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Wedding Planning Tools

Are you planning for an upcoming event, wedding or a special occasion? Utilise our handy online resources to aid your planning and make the process as stress-free as possible. 

Top 5 Planning Tools

Discover our Top 5 Planning tools that will aid your planning of flowers for an up and coming event, wedding or special occasions. All of which are free!

Planning Tools for Weddings and Events

Flower Suggestions

Searching for the perfect flower for your event? Overwhelmed? There are quite literally thousands of different varieties of flowers in a wide range of colours, shapes, sizes and grades. If you have a specific colour scheme or style of event (i.e. vintage, gothic, exotic) that you are looking to achieve, we are here to help you narrow down your choices! Discover our boards here.

For example, if you are planning a Country-Garden style, you have a fabulous selection including:

Tanacetum | Garden Roses | Lisianthus | Hydrangea | Ivy | Veronica | Achillea | Allium | Astilbe | Cornflowers | Dahlia | Daucus Dara | Leucanthemum | Nigella | Mentha | Ranunculus | Stocks | Sweet peas | Sweet Williams | Delphinium

Flower Guides

Although there are many varieties of flowers that are becoming AYR (all year round), there are still some that are seasonal and are only available during the particular months of the year. Our Flower Guides provide comprehensive details that help you identify mainstream and less common varieties, along with useful advice related to conditioning and seasonal availability, these guides will help you plan and make the most of your wholesale flowers.

Most Popular Seasonal Blooms:

Peonies:

The peony is in season between April through to July. Typically blush pink and white varieties are available earlier in the season and the darker, red and plum varieties are available in the latter part of the season. TOP TIP: When peonies are out of season, Garden Roses are a perfect subsitute as they resemble a similar size, shape and fragrance, learn more here.

Bouquet of pink peonies

Hydrangea:

There are two types of Hydrangea available on the website that are sourced from Colombia and Holland. Colombian varieties are available AYR in two colours, both blue and ivory, whereas the Dutch varieties in a huge range of colours and sizes are available from April through to November. Learn more here.

Ranunculus:

Ranunculus, a cheery bloom that is gaining popularity in wedding flower arrangements. They are commerically available in standard and large clooney sizes available from December through to May. Learn more here.

How to Guides

We have a range of different tutorials, video and gallery images to inspire and help you leading up to your event, wedding or for a special occasion. From seasonal designs, wedding and sympathy work to basic through to advanced techniques.

If you have any suggestions of tutorials or blogs you would like Triangle Nursery to create, contact info@trianglenursery.co.uk.

Further to the handy online tutorials, our team stream live videos on Facebook. So why not get involved? Find our schedule for upcoming videos here.

Wedding Flower Calculator

An easy way to work out your stem count is by using our wedding flower calculator. Download it as an excel spreadsheet or print it out (make sure you have a pencil handy!). List your floral arrangements, the quantities, along with the flower suggestions you are wanting to use for your event or wedding. Download here.

Request an Estimate

The final planning tool, and probably the most important is the budget. Once you have your list of flowers in your wishlist and the quantities, request an estimate online. One of our specialist advisers will contact you with the quote within 10 working days along with your requested information. If a variety on the request is out of season, we will always offer an alternative. Learn more here.

For all of the online resources found on this blog, visit the website here.

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