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a majestic and wild looking bridal bouquet with the king protea as the main flower

Wilderness Splendour Bridal Bouquet


Introducing our Wilderness Splendour Bridal Bouquet, a truly unique and beautiful arrangement that is perfect for celebrating the special day.


The focal point of this stunning bouquet is the majestic king protea, a striking and regal flower that exudes elegance and grace. Surrounding the king protea is a mix of colorful blooms, adding a vibrant and lively touch to the bouquet. This exquisite combination of flowers creates a wild and natural look, capturing the untamed beauty of the wilderness.


Whether you're celebrating a rustic outdoor wedding or simply love the beauty of nature, the Wilderness Splendor Bridal Bouquet is the perfect choice for the bride who wants a truly original and unforgettable bouquet.



Our flowers vary daily due to seasons and inspiration, and so will your bouquet. What you receive will be different from the pictures that we show, as every flower, even in the same tone or colours, have their unique shades and tones. All pictures are only for colour references and style. 

  • Care & Maintenance

    1. Place your flower arrangements in the best location. Keeping them in the right place can directly impact the life of the flowers. Place your fresh flowers in shaded and cool areas, away from direct sunlight and heat will help preserved their freshness. Remember, cooler is better with the expection of tropical blooms which prefers heat and humidity.    

    2. If you would like to transfer your wrapped bouquets into a vase, do unwrap them gently and with care.    

    3. Fresh and clean water helps keeps your flowers alive longer. Do trim at least half inch of stem off your flowers before you arrange them in a vase and each time you change the water. Replace the water in your vase daily. If you have dying foliage, be sure to remove it as it may contaminate the healthy flowers.    

    4. Avoid placing your flowers beside ripening fruit or vegetables as they give off ethylene gas which causes flowers to deteriorate.    

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