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Tips when choosing your Wedding Flowers

TIPS WHEN CHOOSING WEDDING FLOWERS

Flowers are a wedding day essential but the most common question asked by our brides is how to get a big impact with your wedding flowers, without spending a fortune.

Firstly, find out which flowers are in season. Import costs will be passed on to you so locally sourced blooms will be better value for money.

Secondly, large headed blooms make a big statement without breaking the bank. Consider hydrangea, peonies and tea roses if you’re after this kind of look. And finally the number one trick to saving money on your wedding flowers is to reuse them!

Double up ceremony decorations as top table details and you’re on your way to being a savvy, saving bride! Whichever season you choose to get married there are beautiful seasoned flowers available.

Spring blooms

Tulips

Great for a modern, minimal look, tulips come in a multitude of colours to match the colour scheme of your wedding reception, as well as various shapes and sizes.

Anemone

Hard to say, but beautiful to look at. Anemones are perfect for a vintage-style look with its colours moving from white through to shades of pink, scarlet, lilac and purple with the contrasting green and black centres.

Ranuncula

If you’re having a spring wedding but had your eye on the summer blooming peonies, then rananculas are the flowers for you. Grown in a range of colours, including the very pretty looking two-tone.

Lily of the Valley

These are classics for a delicate, elegant bridal bouquet and table centres for your reception. The heavily scented white and pink lilies make for a beautiful flower decoration at weddings.

Summer blooms

Roses

A very traditional wedding flower with its symbolism of love, is available in a multitude of colours, shapes and sizes to suit any wedding colour scheme, theme, or bridal personality.

Peony

These simple flowers never fail to beautify wedding venues. Particularly good for country,rustic weddings, the pale and pastel colours of peonies are simply gorgeous.

Delphinium

For a more elegant and luxury look at a summertime wedding, delphiniums are the flowers to go for. Again, coming in a range of colours, they will bring a classical essence to your wedding venue to suit the occasion!

Dahlia

For those weddings that want their decor bright and beautiful, dahlias are ideal coming in all sorts of colours, shapes and sizes.