Located in Pershore, Worcestershire, my name is Renata, and I am The Fairy Florist. I love working closely with couples who are having tiny, intimate...Read more ceremonies to large whole-family celebrations. Naturalistic, just foraged from the garden, is my favourite style when creating my designs, which you...
Oak & Ivy is a family-run wedding floral company located in Warwick, Warwickshire. Known for their exceptional floral arrangements and bespoke...Read more furniture designs, this business uses locally-sourced blooms to craft romantic floral displays. They are passionate about adorning wedding venues with...
The Green Room is a private, luxury floral design studio in Great Malvern, Worcestershire. Our intuitive skill, love of flowers, movement and nature...Read more helps create the most beautiful flowers for our clients. We use British flowers as much as possible and foam free mechanics always. Our floral design...
Based in Evesham, Worcestershire, Perfect Petals UK is a luxury, award-winning wedding florist offering nationwide delivery. As a small business, the...Read more creative team provides a bespoke service to ensure your wedding blooms are perfect. Their floral arrangements can be crafted for any theme or style,...
The Wedding Florist is a Redditch-based company that specialises in designing and creating bespoke and professional florals for weddings and other...Read more special occasions across the West Midlands. With more than 15 years of experience in the floral industry, The Wedding Florist will create captivating...
Artificial Floral Designs is a wedding florist based in Redditch, Worcestershire, specialising in bespoke silk flower arrangements for special...Read more occasions to buy or hire. From gorgeous artificial trees, flower arches, centrepieces, and even hen flower party workshops and pamper gift sets, this...
Located in Worcester, Worcestershire, Camomile & Cornflowers is a company that specialises in creating natural wedding flowers and arrangements for...Read more the most important day of your lives. Owner and florist Kate creates bespoke wedding flowers grown right in Worcestershire, which will effortlessly add...
Fleurs of Evesham provide stunning floral designs for weddings throughout Evesham, Worcestershire, and the surrounding areas. The owner, Lisa Mannina,...Read more is a dedicated florist who strives to create beautiful botanical arrangements that reflect her clients' one-of-a-kind love stories. This florist uses...
Flowers by Anna Brian is a Hanbury-based company, run by professionally qualified florist and farmer. Anna established the business after gaining...Read more qualifications from Pershore College & Academy of Floral Art. The company offers stunning, bespoke floral creations based on the customer´s desires, event...
Countrywild is a florist business based in Worcester, Worcestershire, offering services to couples for their weddings and other milestone events....Read more Owner Jody Page is passionate about flowers and loves helping couples create unique displays to mark their walk down the aisle. She and her team strive to...
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Your wedding flowers can add a touch of whimsy, speak to your style, or completely transform your venue into a lush garden of love. However you choose to highlight your floral designs, take a moment to consider some key questions asked by couples.
Which Flowers Are Most Popular for Weddings?
Couples have been most enamoured by light and air wedding flowers that instil calm, such as peonies, lavender, magnolias, and holly. If understated isn't quite your style, floral arrangements with brighter and bolder colours is also making a revival. Look out for vibrant periwinkles and shades of blue, green, and pink. Some couples also choose to pay tribute to the flowers native to the area, such as dainty forget-me-nots native to the Worcestershire region.
What Are Some Popular Bouquet Styles?
Florists have been busy crafting cascading bouquets with elegantly draped flowers, posy and round bouquets, and hand-tied arrangements to create a rustic and natural feel.
How Do You Choose Your Bouquet?
Choosing your bouquet may not be at the top of your list, but experts recommend giving it thought as soon as possible. You should try to choose your dress first to ensure your bouquet doesn't overshadow or clash with it. Be sure to bring a sample of your gown's colour to your florist. Your floral arrangements should also match your wedding's overall vision, including the season and your colour palette. Some couples are choosing to preserve their flowers as a keepsake, so you may want to consider if it's possible with your choice.
Should Bridesmaids Bouquets Look Different Than the Bride's?
Bridesmaids typically have smaller bouquets than the bride but should have the same style, shape, and colour.