I’ve searched high and low for information about exactly which flowers featured in Kate Moss’s bridal bouquet, when she married Jamie Hince earlier this month. And from what very little that’s written about the flowers, there were conflicting reports in the press…
It’s quite hard to see from the pictures and some reports say that Kate’s bouquet contained vintage roses, lisianthus and Marguerite daisies, whereas others say daisies and camellias. And I wondered whether the lime green dainty foliage was perhaps alchemilla mollis?
The style is very much the ‘hand-picked’ vintage feel which is very ‘in’ at the moment and I think it suited her dress perfectly.
Like Kate Middleton’s bouquet, it was small in design, but whereas Kate Middleton’s was definitely wired, it looks like Kate Moss’s is a hand-tied bouquet?
With regards to the sixteen bridesmaids, it would appear that their circlets are made of Marguerite daisies and small ivory rose buds. As for their posies, it’s reported that they contained Marguerite daisies, gerberas and sweet peas.
Kate’s believed to have sold exclusive rights to the wedding pictures to the US edition of Vogue magazine, for its September issue. So, perhaps we’ll have to wait until the official photographs by Mario Testino to get a closer look?
In the meantime, does anyone know which florist was given the privilege of creating Kate Moss’s wedding flowers?
And what do you think of Kate’s bouquet?
P.S. I wonder how many bridesmaids will be wearing floral circlets over the next few months? Both Kates chose this design for their little flower girls…