Campbell's Flowers design vintage inspired, romantic, pretty flowers with a 'just picked' look. We strive to source our flowers locally and ethically and buy British wherever possible. We love to share our flowery experiences and our blog not only showcases our lovely weddings and gorgeous photo shoot inspiration, but also features heaps of DIY tutorials and all our latest work.
So a couple of months back we brought you Luxe floral inspiration as part of our regular 'Ask the Experts' feature on the lovely Boho Weddings blog. Well today we are talking all about foliage. T spoke about the foliage flower trend as a guest on Kelly's blog, but here she is on our own blog to tell you all about it. I'll now pass you over to T:
Hello all. Can I start by saying that we are huge fans of the green stuff, Not only is it incredibly versatile but it's a wonderful way of 'bringing the outside in' - something which works really well with the ethos here at Campbell's HQ of creating beautiful designs which let the materials we are working with really shine. We adore all forms, colours and textures it comes in and have found our fashion forward brides are embracing foliage in favour of last year's much used, white gypsophila.
Hanging flowers are just one of our fave ways to create impact on your venue. Not only are they bang on trend but their versatility means you can choose something really simple as a few baubles filled with little sprigs of foliage or the cutest succulents - perfect for the budget concious bride.
For those outdoor areas, think about using a vintage or antique chair adorned with a cushion of moss and select foliage outside your venue. Hang a cute 'To the wedding' sign from it and you've got your directional signage covered and not a lost guest in sight!
As ever, the shape of your bridal bouquet is very much dependent upon the silhouette of your gown and we chose the gorgeous 'dress' by Suzanne Neville from The White Room for it's beautiful design and simple silhouette. We've teamed this gown with a very soft, flowing, cascading bouquet, full of textures, subtle contrasting colours and the sweetest smelling, seasonal white broom.