The Royal Wedding flowers: how to get the look

All the flowers at Meghan and Harry’s wedding, revealed

From Meghan’s dress, to the guest fashion, to the bride’s make-up, there were many things we admired about the Royal Wedding, one being the beautiful, unruly flower displays.

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We spoke to Ruth Davis, CEO & Artistic Director of florist All for Love London, about the flowers the Royal couple opted for.

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“The Royal Wedding featured the classic combo of beautiful greens and whites – always elegant and timeless,” says Ruth. “A couple looking to recreate the look should explain to their florist that they are after romance and elegance, using seasonal flowers and foliage."

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"The Royal Wedding flowers featured white garden roses, peonies, foxgloves, delphiniums, nigella, along with birch, beech and hornbeam branches, that was sourced from the Palace gardens," shares Ruth.

Philippa Craddock created the flowers for the big day, with Meghan's bouquet including Forget-Me-Nots which were Diana, Princess of Wales’s favourite flowers.

READ MORE: 22 White Wedding Bouquet Ideas

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