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Wedding Florists in Buckinghamshire

23 results

  • Dotty and Bramble

    From £80
  • The Floral Decor

    From £500
  • The Thatched Florist

    From £5
  • The Rockery

    1 deal -5% Discount
    From £100
  • Kelly Atwood Floral Designs

    2 deals -5% Discount
    From £500
  • Pick A Lily Florist

    1 deal -3% Discount
    From £100
  • Augusta Florals

    2 deals -10% Discount
    From £7
  • Holly & Ivy Flowers

    From £5
  • Bird Events

    From £1,000
  • Seventh Heaven

  • Willow & Thyme

  • CarolAnn's Country Garden

    1 deal
    From £4
  • Rebecca Marsala Weddings

    From £1,500
  • Bluebelles Flowers

  • Silk Flower House

    From £6
  • Stems of Beauty Ltd.

    From £100
  • Amaris Flowers

    1 deal -5% Discount
    From £250
  • Belle Fleur

    1 deal -5% Discount
    From £100
  • Jade Flower Boutique

    From £12
  • Field Gate Flowers

  • Willow House Flowers

    From £6.50
  • Flora Special Occasion

    From £500
  • Floral Creations

    1 deal -5% Discount

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Floral Design in Buckinghamshire

What Are Some Current Floral Design Trends?

Over the last few years, couples have chosen more simple and understated designs. Your wedding bouquet, boutonniere, centrepiece, and wedding arch may appear natural, and be adorned with dried and preserved flowers.

Choosing a Style That Matches Your Wedding Theme

Once you decide on your wedding theme, whether it be vintage, classic elegance, or boho-chic, you'll need to fine-tune your floral design. Some popular bouquet styles include round, cascading, nosegay, posy, pomander, and hand-tied. If you're planning a boho-themed wedding, your floral design may be rustic and whimsical and feature loosely bundled wildflowers.

The Number-One Tip for Choosing Wedding Flowers

There's much to consider when choosing the perfect floral arrangements for your wedding. Above all, experts recommend choosing your wedding attire before your floral design to ensure they complement each other. It can help to bring a sample of your wedding dress colour to your florist so they can get a clear picture.

What Kinds of Flowers are Popular for Weddings?

Although peonies are the most popular wedding flower, year over year, couples are also opting for romantic garden roses, vibrant dahlias, and fragrant lilacs and hydrangeas. To-be-weds are also choosing seasonal flowers, such as the Chiltern gentian, native to Buckinghamshire.

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