This beautiful wedding featured bohemian and vintage accents, was situated at a picturesque Tudor period house surrounded by green gardens and fine trees in Suffolk. Advertisements
In this week’s pretty in pink mix, we have a selection of seasonal and AYR varieties that are ideal for the up and coming wedding season. Combining statement blooms, textural berries and fluffy gypsophila.
Feast your eyes on this week’s What is in My Bouquet? The bride asked for a large, statement hand-tied bouquet with a draping greenery, contrasting palettes and soft seasonal blooms to suit a romantic bohemian styled wedding.
Hollie and Lee’s October wedding encompassed everything that weddings should be about: love, fun and laughter! The atmosphere was celebratory from start to finish.
Centrepieces don’t have to be overcomplicated when you are using fresh flowers.
Following on from our May Flower of the Month, the Garden Rose follows on nicely. The Garden Roses are extremely popular for weddings and events, loved for their fragrance, bloom size and colour palettes.
Another beautiful, autumnal bouquet featured on one of our favourite wedding blogs, Love My Dress.
Following on from our recent DIY how to guide on How to Create a Trailing Flower Arrangement in a Rose Gold Conical Vase for a wedding or event centrepiece, I felt it was apt to create a blog about the different flower varieties and accessories that would work to suit this colour scheme.
This week we have a fantastic combination of textures to share with you! Each flower is unique in shape and form and they all match with each other wonderfully, don’t you think? This colour scheme is particuarly popular throughout the year, combining muted, pastel shades with contrasting deep colour palettes, whether it be in pinks, …
Vibrant Bold Blooms Trends and styles are an ever-moving picture, going in and out over the years. All-white, neutral/blush hues, luscious greenery and ultraviolet colour styles have been favourited in 2018 and I am sure that they will continue to flourish into the new year. While these trends won’t diminish, big, bold and unique blooms …