Take a top Interflora florist, a superb setting and a design brief to create a stunning seasonal wedding collection. The result is a winning combination of pure innovation, brilliant inspiration and smart technique, just see for yourself…
Although it looks wintery, the woollen handle and textured stachys leaves make this pretty posy feel wonderfully warm and soft: this is one bouquet the bride most definitely won’t want to throw.
The word ‘corsage’ doesn’t really do justice to this contemporary design. If you want to get the look for your own wedding ask your florist to attach two magnets to the back of the design to make it easy for the wearer to attach.
Keano rose, delicate muscari, eucalyptus and viburnum create a stylish groom’s boutonnière.
This bouquet combines spring and winter wonderfully with fantastic textures- and is surprisingly light and easy to carry.
A more traditional style posy is still gorgeous. Delicate and compact; Keano roses, viburnum berries and pink tulips have been neatly bound with stain ribbon and pins. The muscari and berries add a seasonal touch of winter.
Meet the Designer
Steve Betts from Urban Design Flowers in Hall Green, Birmingham, has had a flair with flowers ever since he plucked up the courage to ‘have a go’ at his parents’ florist’s shop. Steve scooped the first ever Smithers-Oasis Academy prize, has won a coveted medal at the Chelsea Flower Show and is part of the Interflora Collection design team. Most recently he’s created some of the exclusive Vera Wang wedding bouquets, carried on the catwalk at the National Wedding Show at Birmingham’s NEC.