The Vera Wang Wedding Collection by Interflora was revealed at The National Wedding Show in London last week and is now available exclusively through a select number of Interflora florists.
Offering statement designs for the bride, groom, wedding party, ceremony and reception, the Collection captures the essence of Vera Wang design and presents an inspirational range of flowers for brides who adore the romanticism and simplicity of Wang’s iconic bridal couture.
Within The Collection, Vera Wang has also designed three distinct looks – Traditional, Romantic and Modern. Each look embodies a different aspect of the beauty and elegance that epitomises the Vera Wang style.
The Traditional Collection offers a classic and sophisticated bridal colour scheme. Fall in love with soft pinks, rich fuchsias and the delicate hint of lavender or convey your passion with our luxurious variations of red, the symbol of love and desire.
Celebrate the sweetness of your union with the softest shades of pink and an abundance of subtle creamy white flower varieties and forms. The Romantic Collection captures the femininity and elegance of nature’s most beautiful hues.
The Modern Collection presents a unique statement, perfect for the individualist bride. Find inspiration from our array of contemporary flower varieties in a stylish palette of blush peach, dark plum and vibrant purple.
Best known for her nonchalant approach to luxury and style, Vera Wang has spent a lifetime at the forefront of fashion. The internationally renowned designer has dressed some of the world’s most glamorous and influential women on their wedding day including Victoria Beckham, Sharon Stone and Jennifer Lopez.
For more information about The Vera Wang Wedding Collection or to find your nearest Vera Wang accredited florist visit the Interflora website. You can also view the collection on the catwalk at the National Wedding Show at the NEC on Friday 5th October.
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