Flowers in Season: February

People often ask to provide them with lists of flowers that are available in different months. So, here is our list for February! February is certainly the month of love. With Valentine’s Day approaching (clue: on Wednesday 14th February), bouquets of beautiful red roses often become a common sight in florist shops, supermarkets, wholesalers, just […]

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Gorgeous AF Wedding Backdrops

Wedding Backdrops Our favourite wedding backdrops perfect for wedding ceremonies, receptions, photo booths – or all three! A wedding backdrop is sure to impress your guests and add some personalised style to your wedding day! Types of Wedding Backdrops: Lush Greenery Fabulous Florals Colourful Wedding Backdrops Tropical Vintage Rustic and Country Garden All of the Lights […]

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Aprille + Chris Wedding

On the 30th September, Aprille and Chris tied the knot at Copdock Barns in Suffolk. Our Triangle florists had the pleasure of doing the flowers, bouquets, buttonholes and table runners for the lovely couple; see below to view more photographs of the wedding. Photography: Bush Fire Photography Lots of love and congratulations to our happy […]

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Harriet & Zak at Decoy Farm

Our lovely couple, Harriet and Zak got married at Decoy farm in the heart of the Suffolk countryside in August. The couple opted for a selection of ‘pretty’ seasonal blooms in light blues, pinks and white to accompany their theme. Below, view all of the photographs of the wedding day itself, bouquets, buttonholes made by […]

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A elegant, classic bouquet with fragrance

A relaxed wedding set in the heart of the Suffolk countryside. Sarah & Alex got married at the church in Charsfield and had the reception at Crows Hall, Suffolk.

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Flowers for Chinese New Year

If you’re serious about getting into the floral side of Chinese New Year, then you better go in prepared. This year, Chinese New Year is on Friday 16th February and celebrations last for 7 days. If you are throwing a Chinese New Year party, or simply celebrating at home with family, don’t forget the flowers! I know what […]

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This week’s bouquet oozes charm

This week’s ‘What’s in my Bouquet‘ is bursting with charm. The colour palette of burgundy with blush pink has to be one of our favourites for fall and winter weddings.

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Introduction to Language of Flowers

Welcome to the curious world of floriography… The most important thing about flowers is of course, that they make your home or your event naturally lovely and beautiful – and frankly, we can’t see why they really need to have much meaning beyond that! Even so, since long before red roses meant ‘I love you’ and […]

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Freesia

The Fabulous Freesia. A flower bursting with elegance, sparkling colours and leaving a subtle hint of perfume around the home. Old-fashioned? Far from it! Read below to learn and explore about this flower variety… Origin Freesia are grown from a bulb called a ‘corm’ and are the genus of the Iridaceae family. Originally native to […]

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A Pretty, Pink Posy

This week’s bouquet features a very pretty in pink bridesmaids posy, complimenting the overall colour scheme of pink and ivory. The wedding was held in July, at Easton Grange Wedding Venue. Below, see below the ingredients used in this bridesmaids bouquet: Astilbe Washington Eustoma Lisianthus Double Arena Champagne  Rosemary  Rose Dreamland Rose La Belle For […]

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