Rustic wedding flowers are perfect for outdoor or barn weddings, or those with a rustic and slightly undone theme. We’ve rounded up our seven favourite looks to provide you with some inspiration.

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Blooming Haus Florist

7 Rustic Wedding Flowers

Whilst we love a well-composed and uniform bouquet, we couldn’t help notice a rise in more undone bouquets. They tend to be present at more relaxed and casual weddings and we can’t help but feel they are the perfect fit for such weddings. We’ve rounded up our favourites, with insight from master florist, Michal Kowalski.

“Organic and loose wedding bouquets are taking the internet and Pinterest by storm.” Says Michal Kowalski of Blooming Haus.

“Colours are analogous, muted, almost earthy, thus representing the sophistication of the design.”

“Contrasting and saturated colours are not very popular these days but subtly complementing ones (in forms of accents) are still present. Monochromatic bouquets are starting to show up more and more.” 

Michal predicts the size of bouquets is decreasing in favour of smaller, more manicured ones.

“We have noticed this from many consultations with our brides. Their main worry was that the bouquet would overtake their dress and take the attention away from the bride.”

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