The shape of wedding bouquets have evolved over the past few years from perfectly round, tightly knit spheres into these beautiful, organic landscapes, that give breathing room to each carefully chosen element.
To give you some insight to Lisa and some of her favourite elements to work with we asked her to give us a list of the flowers, berries and greenery she used to create this beautiful bouquet.
1. Hopps | 2. Oregano | 3. Ocean Song Rose | 4. Jasmine | 5. Asclepias | 6. Clematis | 7. Vendela rose | 8. Blackberries
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