Have you ever considered doing your own wedding flowers for your big day? If you are sticking to a tight budget or are creative, willing and don’t mind putting the work in, maybe DIY really is for you.

The wedding flowers are typically a big part of a wedding day, incorporating into the bridal party, ceremony and venue flower decor. Depending on your overall vision of the big day, will ultimately determine the type and quantity of flowers you require.

Chooisng your wedding flowers can be an overwhelming and daunting process, especially with SO many different flower varieties on offer. Triangle Nursery have made the process as simple as possible for you by providing a new range of ‘All inclusive Wedding Flower Boxes.

Each box, available in a wide choice of colours contain a set number of stems of both flowers and greenery at a set cost to make the buying process simpler and aid budgetary planning. The boxes are available in small to large depending on the size of the wedding or type of flower arrangements you are looking to make up.

Here, you can find some beautiful examples of how our flower expert has put together the flowers using a Pink and White Wedding Flower Box. Click here to find online (image credit: Big Fish Photography)

It is important to note, DIY is no easy undertaking. It is crucial to practice and get the technique right so that you get a beautiful end result! Florists train for years, know their blooms inside out and have lots of experience. Consider attending a local floristry workshop, doing a trial before the big day or rallying the troops. Enlist the help of as many willing family members and friends as you can. The days leading up to the wedding are stressful enough, no matter how organised, so don’t be shy of recruiting cheerful support.

Get in touch with our Sales Advisors for more information on the DIY Flower Wedding Packs on 01394 385 832, visit the website here or schedule a 1-2-1 consultation with our floral experts (for a fee). 



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