Wedding Trend Watch – Pheasant Feather Bouquets

I love watching out for wedding trends, themes and ideas that I think have the potential to become popular because of their uniqueness, appeal and beauty.  It’s always interesting to see how these things bubble up in the wedding world, and how talented brides and vendors then put their own unique spin on a popular idea.  There is so much creativity within weddings, it’s mind blowing!

Lately I’ve noticed a couple of bouquets decorated with pheasant feathers and have to say I love how they look.  Pheasant feathers have an unusual striped brown and black pattern.  They bring a rustic, natural charm to flower arrangements, and combining them with a bouquet that has earthy colour tones looks very striking.  Throw in a pop of hot colour, like the bright orange of the second bouquet below, and you’ll have a creation that looks both elegant and wild!

Pheasant Feather Wedding Bouquet

Top Left: Photography by Alea Lovely, Floral Design by Victorian Gardens via Style Me Pretty // Top Right: Photography by Meg Ruth, Floral Design by Layers of Lovely via Style Me Pretty // Bottom: Photography by Genevieve Leiper, Floral Design by Holly Heider Chapple

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