Last week we unveiled our Vera Wang Wedding Collection on the catwalk at The National Wedding Show in London and Birmingham.
The Collection, which is exclusive to Interflora, looked sensational on the catwalk and the designs beautifully complemented the gorgeous gowns modelled.
Featuring stunning bridal bouquets and designs for the whole wedding party, 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. Some of the pieces are exclusive to the UK, designed specifically with the taste and style of British brides in mind.
This striking purple orchid shower bouquet is inspired by Vera Wang’s Modern Collection and is perfect for the individualist bride. Designed using contemporary flower varieties in a stylish palette of blush peach, dark plum and vibrant purple, a beautiful bridal bouquet from the Modern Collection is sure to turn heads on your wedding day.
This pretty pomander design is from Vera Wang’s Romantic Collection and captures the femininity and elegance of nature’s most beautiful hues. Pomanders make beautiful decorations for your ceremony and reception venue and can be a great alternative to formal bouquets for younger bridesmaids.
A simple but chic arrangement of white Calla lilies makes a wonderfully elegant bridal bouquet. This kind of bouquet, carried in the crook of the arm, shows off the beautiful form and lines of a ballgown-style wedding or bridesmaid dress.
From Vera Wang’s Traditional Collection this bouquet of luxurious red roses symbolises love and desire. The rich berry tones make it an ideal choice for an autumn or winter wedding. We think it has a glorious fairy-tale look.
To see the full gallery of images from The National Wedding Show and to find out more about this season’s hottest wedding trends visit our Google+ page.
Images copyright of The National Wedding Show.
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