By Louise Baltruschat Hollis
Photos by Monisa J. Photography
Eucalyptus, oh eucalyptus how we love you! Your spindly stems, your beautiful aroma and your silvery-green leaves leave us all aflutter. It’s no wonder you are considering having a eucalyptus wedding bouquet.
If you are still trying to decide whether you’d like eucalyptus in your florals, or perhaps are looking for initial bouquet ideas. Then right here, right now is the place to be.
Let’s get set to discover all the eucalyptus bridal bouquets, shall we?
Use eucalyptus to add height to your wedding bouquet.
Photo: Sophie Mort via The Hall Barns Wedding Prestwold Bouquet: Boon and Bloom
Pop tall stems of eucalyptus with fresh flowers and dried grasses for elegant sophistication.
Photo: Two Cheeks Studio via The Meadows Stirling Wedding Floral Designer: MQ Florals
Eucalyptus works perfectly with fresh white wedding flowers for a modern feel.
Photo: Photography by Grace via Noke Hotel Wedding Florist: Two Girls and Some Flowers
Pampas grass is still really popular, but for a twist, you guessed it, add eucalyptus!
Photo: Mini and Me Photography via Christmas Wedding Ideas Bouquet: East Kent Flower Company
Tie your bouquet of dreams up with a coordinating green ribbon. So stylish!
Photo: Nicola Belson Photography via Minimalist Wedding Ideas Bouquet: Bramble Cottage Flowers
Create real drama and have a cascading bridal bouquet style.
Photo: Jesus Caballero Photography via Spain Destination Wedding Bouquet: Flores La Boheme
Pop dainty fresh flowers in the middle of foliage for a natural feel.
Photo: Joe Stenson via East Riddlesden Hall Yorkshire Wedding Bouquet: Max’s Flowers
More is more when it comes to greenery, don’t be shy, go bold.
Photo: Freckle Photography via Devon Garden Tipi Wedding
Using foliage with gypsophila is a great budget-friendly bridal bouquet idea. Pop in sparing expensive flowers to complete the look.
Photo: Martin Venherm via Happy Stylish Scottish Wedding
You simply don’t have to add anything else to your bouquet.
Photo: Egle Jociute via Whimsical Greenery Wedding Ideas Bouquet: Romy Disseny Floral
For a wild-style, go oversized with your bouquet.
Photo: Perfect Capture Photography via Ethereal Boho Wedding Ideas Bouquet: Melissa Timm Designs
Picking a bold central flower such as protea makes a real impact in amongst foliage.
Photo: Kerry Diamond Photography via Eucalyptus Boho Greenery Barn Wedding Bouquet: Go Wild Flowers
Add greenery to your peony wedding bouquet for all the texture.
Photo: Iain Irwin Photography via Millbrook Lodge Hotel Wedding Bouquet: Zoë Conville Design House
Team eucalyptus with autumn flowers and berries for a flash of colour.
Photo: Laura Williams Weddings via Autumn Wedding Colours Bouquet: Ever After Events
Try using a combination of different foliage for a really natural bouquet.
Photo: Jenna Kathleen Photographer via Ethical Natural Wedding Ideas Bouquet: Botanicals Floristry
Eucalyptus goes with every colour way which makes it really versatile.
Photo: You Them Us via Orange Tree House Wedding Winter Bouquet: Marie Cafolla Flowers
Use eucalyptus to border the main flowers in your arrangement.
Photo: Holly Rose Weddings via Kent Village Hall Wedding Bouquet: Lush Floristry
If you crave a sunflower wedding bouquet, why not pop in greenery to break it up?
Photo: Lily Sawyer Photography via Athelington Hall Wedding Flowers: Blooming Blooms
Use eucalyptus sparingly throughout your bouquet for a more modern effect.
Photo: Louise Barry via Venue Bowers Mill Wedding Bouquet: Natasha Coustol Floral Designs
Add in a single foliage sprig for a really organic feel.
Photo: Maddie Farris Photography via West Yorkshire Hall Wedding Bouquet: Yorkshire Petals
Eucalyptus is a great option for winter wedding flowers.
Photo: Carrie Lavers Photography via Starry Winter Wedding Bouquet: Passion for Flowers
Go boho with your bouquet style. Use seed heads, grasses, earth-tone flowers and of course, greenery.
Photo: Amy Cutliffe Photography via Sage Green Wedding Ideas Bouqet: Bloomantic
Think about other natural elements you could use in your bouquet such as berries and pinecones.
Photo: Bernadeta Kupiec via Dunbar Wedding Bouquet: Florence And Flowers
Wedding bouquets can be small, just as this one below demonstrates beautifully.
Photo: Sophie Oldhamstead Photography via Maidens Barn Wedding Bouquet: Elegant Stems
Wax flower teamed with greenery is a match made in heaven.
Photo: Damian Brandon Photography via Combermere Abbey Wedding Bouquet: Anne Whysall
Use stems in tonal colours with your eucalyptus for a really unique arrangement.
Photo: Patrick Partridge Photography via Sri Lankan English Wedding Bouquet: The Lily Pad Florist
Ferns make for fantastic texture, especially with other foliage.
Photo: Stott and Atkinson via Industrial Glam Marquee Wedding Bouquet: Wild Floral Couture
Dusky pink roses with silvery foliage looks amazing, don’t you think?
Photo: Milkbottle Photography via Letchworth Wedding Bouquet: Stephanie Rose Flowers
This bouquet looks like it’s been scooped up the very same day. Stunning!
Photo: Natalie Pluck via DIY Rustic Lavender Wedding Bouquet: Lily Knight
You could plump for a dried eucalyptus bouquet if you’re looking for everlasting flowers.
Photo: Jen Marino Photography via Barn Didcot Wedding Bouquet: Florence and Flowers
There we have it, all the eucalyptus wedding bouquet ideas to inspire your very own floral arrangements. Yes!
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