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  • Fi Passey


A perennial favourite, the natural cascade bridal bouquet is full of movement, charm and just a little drama! It's a perfect choice for the fine art bride looking for a statement bouquet that doesn't hide their dress details. I make these bouquets using a classic hand-tied sprial method rather than a nasty plastic and foam holder, so you see the stems and the flowers sway and move naturally.

Here are just some of the cascading bridal bouquets I've designed in recent seasons

For Katharine's wedding last year at Sezincote House in the Cotswolds, I blended garden roses and ruffled peonies with gently tumbling jasmine to create this dreamy cascade and complemented Katharine's lace gown. Photography by @imogenxiana Venue - Sezincote House & Gardens near Stow on the Wold, The Cotswolds

For this editorial at wedding venue Elmore Court in Gloucestershire, our inspiration was the Cotswold Lavender fields.

Using perfect white garden roses, unusual 'Amazing Grey' poppies and fragrant lavender, this cascade bridal bouquet was the perfect accessory for this vintage aesthetic. See more inspo over on Love My Dress Blog from this shoot with photography by Red Maple.

Cascading bridal bouquets can also be whimsical and bohemian in style too as this statement design for Krista demonstrates. My client loved the wild flower meadow style of flowers and wanted a really full and free-spirited design for her wedding at Merriscourt in Oxfordshire. Photography by Damian Willis. The whole wedding story was featured over on Whimsical Wonderland Weddings.

We loved this cascading bouquet for Annie who married her soulmate Joe in Gloucester catherdral in the summer of 2023. This petite bride had a passion for colour and wanted a statement bouquet so I choose flowers and greenery to scale this design, and finished the stems with coloured silk ribbons. And that smile 😊 just says it all! Thank Clem Stevens for the wonderful pictures.

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