At Lucy’s Florist we’re obsessed with all things royal wedding! So we’re incredibly excited to report back to you today with a detailed analysis of Princess Eugenie’s beautiful wedding to Jack Brooksbank. If you missed out on a de-brief of Princess Meghan’s royal wedding flowers, see our blog ‘Lucy's Reports: The Story Behind Meghan Markle's Wedding Bouquet’ for more royal wedding madness!
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Princess Eugenie’s flower theme was distinctly autumnal, sourcing local flowers from Windsor Great Park. The princess worked with celebrity florist Rob Van Helden (whose previous clients include Elton John and Pierce Brosnan).
This foliage display featured a mix of spray roses, hydrangeas, dahlias, berries, and Liquid Amber tree roots for a vibrant, garden inspired look.
The princess’ bouquet on the day featured a traditional all-white mix of flowers including Lily of the Valley, Stephanotis pips, white spray roses and trailing ivy. The bouquet also included sprigs of myrtle as per a royal wedding tradition that started when Princess Victoria married in 1858.
Van Helden released a statement on Instagram shortly after the wedding took place wishing the couple congratulations on their wedding day:
What do you think of Princess Eugenie’s autumnal themed wedding? Does it inspire you for upcoming winter/autumn 2019 Australian weddings? Want to see the differences between Princess Eugenie’s wedding to the Duchess of Sussex? Have a read of our blog ‘The Story Behind Meghan Markle's Wedding Bouquet’.