My Top Five Favourite 2020 Bridal Bouquets.

Definitely one of my favourite parts of any wedding I do is creating the bride's bouquet. Maybe it's because it has to be perfect and I just love moving every flower petal until it is that. Or maybe it's because it is for sure the one floral arrangement that will be sure to stand out. It is many reasons but I think my favourite reason is seeing the bride's face light up when she sees her bouquet for the very first time.

I'm going to take you through my five favourite 2020 bouquets. All of them are totally unique of each other and were the highlights of my flower career so far. Hope you enjoy!


Number One:

This bouquet is first because simply, I am still in love with everything about it. The hot pink and lavender flowers literally popped against the epic backdrop of Silent Lake Provincial Park in Bancroft, Ontario. More bouquets in 2021 like this pretty please!

Number Two:

This fall bouquet almost made it to number one. I got to use both dried and fresh flowers and everything about creating this garden style beauty was epic. It complimented the extraordinary venue The Wakefield Grand in Wakefield, Quebec and really tied the whole wedding together by drawing in the colours of the surroundings.

Number Three:

I'm usually not a huge fan of blue and white wedding bouquets but this, oh yes all the way! The soft flowers complimented the country style barn wedding in Stratforville, Ontario amazingly. 2021 brides, bring on the blue and white florals!

Number Four:

This wedding bouquet is on the list as I got to experiment with the florals a bit in the fact that I got to die the baby's breath grey. I'm also realizing that I really love incorporating both dried and fresh flowers and this bouquet was no exception. It was truly a joy creating these unique florals for a creative project at the Wade Studio in Toronto, Ontario.

Number Five:

This wedding bouquet may be simple but it was fun to come up with the concept. While finding flowers for a winters day can be hard due to the cold, these dried florals were amazing in one of the coldest Petawawa, Ontario 2020 days. Winter brides, do not fear, I will make sure you have a bouquet that will stand up to the elements like this beauty!



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