Here you see a stunning soft Succulent Hand Tied Bouquet with the added help of David Austin Roses, Lisianthus, Hyperium and Peonies. Succulents are pretty easy to recognise because of their unusual and eye catching shape, hence why they’re so ideal for bridal bouquets.
They can be large or small in appearance and could be used in many different ways for your wedding, such as for centrepieces. Larger succulents make the perfect focal points if you pop them into a statement bouquet with a variety of other flowers, whereas packing lots of smaller succulents into your bouquet creates a really unique and textured look that is very ‘outdoorsy’, and in fact, this Bouquet was carried by a Bride that married in a Tree House in Beaulieu, Hampshire.
Succulents are available to buy all year round, making them an incredibly versatile choice for your wedding bouquet. To tailor your succulent bouquet to the month that you’re getting married in, mix the succulents with seasonal wedding flowers – such as sunflowers for summer or roses and berries for winter.