We are so in love with these gorgeous new “lunar buds” which look like sweet little white pom poms! A member of the disbud chrysanthemum family, lunar buds are such a beautiful, unique and really fun floral to consider for your wedding florals.
A “white winter” style wedding, the tables featured clean crisp white florals from the bridal theme in a mix of square and footed glass vases. The florals included stunning winter white sweet pea, white pom pom style ranunculus blooms and elegant white swirl calla lilies.
The pom pom “lunar buds” looked absolutely gorgeous wired into this budding magnolia, which formed large striking feature floral arrangements in the room. Some brides like to invite their guests to write well wishing notes and peg them to the branches of these style arrangements for really personal keepsakes from their wedding day.
Other fun floral pom pom favourites of ours are these stunning “billy buttons”! These Australian Native florals have made a come back in recent years and make a really lovely and fun addition to almost any wedding floral theme.
Featured here in this whimsical style bouquet the billy buttons can be seen with lolly pink peony roses, cream lisianthus bloom, lemon double tulips and soft silver grey dusty miller.
Photo by Jonathan Wherrett, of Jonathan Wherrett Photography.
Rounded, rah rah style bouquets are created using soft feathery florals or open bloom florals such as open bloom roses, peony roses, lisianthus blooms, double tulips, dahlias, hydrangea to name a few! Pom pom style bouquets often feature no or minimal foliage to create a softer, rounder bouquet design. Rounded pom pom style bouquets suit a variety of wedding gowns namely soft flowing silk chiffon or ruffled/feathery style fishtail gowns for example.
So give us P….O…and…M for these gorgeous pom pom florals and bouquet designs!!!
Love the Hello Blossoms Team!
Photography by Hello Blossoms
Ms Gingham says: I love these pom pom florals!! They remind me of snow balls. Thanks Georgia from Hello Blossoms for this inspiration.
About Georgia: Georgia is the floral director and vision behind designer wedding florist Hello Blossoms. Her love of weddings stems far beyond flowers, resulting in her becoming a guru of wedding knowledge to her clients and friends alike. Georgia’s passion for flora and design took her the field of landscape architecture, where she studied at RMIT and worked for several years at environmental firm ERM – before returning to her one true love (followed somewhere behind by her husband), floristry.