Here’s a gorgeous beach photoshoot that I got a chance to work on – summer feel, bohemian theme, fresh, sandy and absolutely charming – brides, get inspired!
I didn’t have any particular design for a bridal bouquet in mind when I started working on it, so I let the materials lead me with the shape and the flow. I prefer working this way, because following the lines of the things you work with, the arrangement always turns out more natural, balanced and free than if you focus on making it into a particular shape. Let it flow!
Foraged grasses and ferns, muddy and earthy foliage, lotus fruits painted gold, branches and dried elements are the core elements in this free-shaped bouquet, which has a sophisticated and timeless colour palette of rust orange, burnt toffee, wet sand and warm caramel. Every leaf and flower is a beauty on its own, but the different structures and textures of the elements combine organically and serve to complement one another.