There are so many beautiful blooms out there, sometimes it can be overwhelming trying to decide which style to go with for your special day. To help with your floral search we've put together this inspirational collection of 10 stunning floral designs from some of our favourite styled shoots.
This gorgeous arrangement featuring fresh and dried florals was created by Nelson based The Wilde Florist and was captured by Claire Dewson Photography. See more of this earthy styled shoot here.
This stunning wintry bunch was designed by Nelson based Flora & Forest was photographed by Sophie Milson Photography. You can see more of this dreamy styled shoot here.
These elegant arrangements featuring cool blue tones were crafted by Auckland based Liberty Event Styling and photographed by Haute Weddings, see more of this luxe styled shoot here.
This sweet peachy posy was also created by Nelson based Flora & Forest and photographed by Sophie Milson Photography.
This monochrome masterpiece was arranged by Queenstown based Bespoke Wedding and Events and shot by Maegan Brown Moments.
This fresh, spring posy was created by Christchurch based The Flower Press and snapped by George & Jane Photography.
These whimsical florals were arranged by Nelson based Flora & Forest and photographed by Lumiere.
This perfect harmony of warm tones was arranged by Victoria, Australia based Events by Shann and captured by Mel Badsey Photography, see more of this farm styled shoot here.
Another gorgeous arrangement from Queenstown based Bespoke Wedding and Events but this time in bight, saturated colours! Captured again by Maegan Brown Moments.
Last but not least, another beautiful, rustic bouquet with autumnal vibes designed by Nelson based Flora & Forest and snapped by Sophie Milson Photography.
Good Gold Top Tip
When it comes to choosing particular flowers for your arrangements it's important to think about what will be in season for your wedding day. If you're working with a florist they'll give you the low down on exactly what they'll have available, if you're planning to do your own flowers be sure to do a little bit of research as to what will be in season and available to gather or purchase at the time.