Forget sourcing peonies in November. Embrace a wild and wonderful wedding landscape of foliage, ferns, herbs and fruit
Floral Menagerie’s off-kilter greenery installation seems like it’s sprouting up spontaneously – and we like it.
Left: As we edge into more adventurous decor territory, will we see celestial shapes becoming the new ceremony focal points? Tupelo Tree makes the case with glossy crescent greenery.
Right: Sometimes the outdoors can benefit from a bit of organic decor too. Check out this romantic, overgrown arch and garland from Sparrow & Rose.
Whoever commissioned Isla Duncan Florist’s succulent-stacked centrepieces – can we be friends?
Floral Menagerie’s masterful, abundant bouquet, bursting with fragrant eucalyptus and ample foliage, flourishes against a tomato-red façade.
Left: If you can’t quite bring yourself to forgo flowers altogether, a few choice blooms in muted tones will enliven a foliage-heavy bouquet, as talented Isla Duncan Florist demonstrates.
Right: Ditching florals can limit your colour palette, so follow Briar Rose Design’s lead and experiment with myriad textures. Grasses, ferns, buds and a combination of smooth and rugged leaves feature in this luscious bouquet.
Lavender & Rose shows vibrant berries make brilliant buttonholes.
Mixed foliage forms Sparrow & Rose’s inventive and awe-inspiring leafy chandelier. Who needs dripping crystals when you’ve got nature’s finest at your fingertips?
Left: Buds and fluffy ferns are an aesthetically pleasing package – snaps for The Flower Company.
Right: A handful of freshly picked ferns and foliage can serve as an effective and affordable bouquet option. Pretty Little Flowers’ is super-sized for impact.