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Mairead and Matt’s Wedding

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Mairead and Matt’s Wedding

Mairead and Matt tied the knot on 6th August at a picturesque castle situated in 50 acres of beautiful mature trees, gardens, and lawns.

Soft powder blue hydrangea, dusty pink and earl grey roses paired with an all-time brides favourite, fluffy gypsophila. From the chapel arrangements to the bouquets, their vision was turned into reality by our team of florists and the couple were thrilled with the flowers for their wedding day. Continue reading to find all the photographs for Mairead and Matt’s wedding day in August this year.

Images by Angel Photography & Film

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‘If I could give 20 stars, I would! The whole team at Triangle are fantastic – they are so passionate about what they do!’ – Mairead, Bride (testimonial on Google)

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To find all the flowers used in this blog, visit the website or contact the office on 01394 385 832 for guidance on your flower choices for an upcoming wedding or event.

Are you getting married in Suffolk or surrounding areas? If you are looking for a florist to do your wedding flowers or even to do your own DIY flowers? Fill in your details here call back or contact us directly on 01394 385 832.

3 thoughts on “This week’s bouquet oozes charm

  1. I am doing wedding flowers for a friend in November and this is exactly what she wants. Would all these flowers be available at the beginning of November?

  2. Hi Abi, yes – this wedding was 28th October, the flowers are either in season or available all year round (roses, germini, greenery, spray roses). One thing to be aware of is that the Astilbe is coming out of season and therefore, can become more expensive as it is in shorter supply. If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to ask or call us on 01394 385 832. Thanks, Laura x

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