Get inspired! The most beautiful ways to include floral flourishes in your wedding day…


Flower crown

Aside from the bouquets, a flower crown is a perfect idea for the bride, bridesmaids and flower girls.



Collar me pretty

More couples than ever are now including their pets in their celebrations, and a bride’s best friend certainly deserves to look dapper on the wedding day too. If your thinking of involving your dog in the big day, ensure (if you can that is!) they look the part with a statement flower attached to the collar, or maybe even a hardy foliage wreath! How can you resist?



Puppy love!!


Cake flowers

Turn your cake into a sweet sensation! If you are opting for a plain cake, turn it into a scrumptious canvas with a combination of fresh blooms and foliage that tie in with your colour scheme!


Flowers used: Waxflower, Eryngium Aquestar, Veronica White and David Austin Roses. 


Flowers used: Hydrangea Blue, Miss Piggy Roses, Delphinium Dewi Boy and Rose Kiwi. 



Flowers used: Ranunculus Pauline Violet, Scabious Stelata, Rose Armando and Rose Babyface 

Floral table plan

A frame of fresh blooms or foliage can add character and a splash of colour to the wedding table plan!



Trunk show

Every bride deserves to arrive in style! Whether it’s a classic car, horse & carriage or stretch limo, your wedding wheels are the perfect place for a striking showcase of beautiful blooms.



Remember to use big, blowsy blooms like dahlias and hydrangeas, and plenty of foliage to create a garland or wreath display which won’t get lost against a vehicle backdrop.



Take a swing or on a bike?

It’s the little details that count! Bridges, gates, swings, bicycles can all create romantic settings for your wedding photographs. So, remember to scout out your surrounding in the venue’s gardens to uncover its unique features.



To complement a country setting, fill the wicker basket with armfuls of fresh blooms, including open garden roses, delphiniums, stocks, fluffy hydrangeas and foliage.

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