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Five sweet ways to personalise your wedding bouquet

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Celebrate your roots and include a national flower in your designs. For example, many Scottish grooms choose to incorporate a thistle buttonhole to represent their hometown, whereas a Welsh bride could add daffodil’s to her bouquet.

Similarly, if you’re tying the knot abroad, research that particular country’s national flower and incorporate it into your day. Some of our faves we’ve researched include France’s iris, Spain’s red carnation or India’s lotus.

Imagery: Kim Le Photography; En Route Photography; Freckle Photography; Laura Kuy; Kit Myers Photography.




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