British Wedding Flowers For Every Season
When choosing your wedding flowers, it’s not only about picking blooms that complement your wedding dress and overall wedding theme. It’s also important to consider whether they’re even available! Importing flowers that aren’t in season is not possible for all flowers, can be expensive and is not eco-friendly! Seasonal flowers look better, are better quality, cheaper and are a great way to capture the beauty and atmosphere of your chosen wedding season. Here is a handy guide to finding the perfect British wedding flowers for every season.
Of course, spring is always associated with flowers! Spring flowers can be bold and bright or soft and pastel, perfect for any theme. During this bountiful season, you can source plenty of blooms including Carnations, Lily of the Valley, Daffodils, Marigolds, Hyacinths, Forget-Me-Nots and Sweet Williams. Carnations provide a classic bridal aesthetic while delicate Lily of the Valley look wonderful in a bridal bouquet or hairstyle. Daffodils are a fun and affordable option for decorating your venue.
Summer blooms can be soft and romantic, or vibrant and eye-catching, and include such favourites as Peonies, Stocks, Sweet Peas, Roses, Delphiniums, Hydrangeas, Iris, Sunflowers and Cornflowers! From these wonderful blooms, you can select pinks, whites, blues or purples. You could add seasonal herbs to your arrangements, such as dill, mint and lavender, to add a lovely scent.
Autumn blooms are warm and vibrant, creating a burst of colour with oranges, burgundy, red, magenta and deep purple. Choose from Aster, Heleniu, Gladiolus, Freesias and Calla Lilies. Continue the seasonal touch to your decorations by incorporating seed heads, plums, blackberries and gourd pumpkins throughout your floral arrangements.
White, red and purple are the most popular winter colours as the flowers available are richer and jewel-like. Our favourite wintery blooms include Anemones, Roses, Amaryllis, Poinsettias, Hellebores and Chrysanthemums, which all look stunning when paired with wintery foliage such as holly and berried ivy.
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