If you’re looking to add something a little different into the mix for your wedding flowers then succulents might just be the perfect thing for you.
Wedding Flowers Tips
Choosing the flowers for your wedding can seem daunting at first, and it's difficult to know where to start. But fear not. Whether you need advice on decorating your venue with flowers or are looking for wedding bouquet ideas, our wedding flowers tips articles by top florists will help you choose beautiful blooms for your big day.
If you want to take it your wedding bouquet the next level, why not consider using fruit to truly make it one-of-a-kind?
Styling a botanical wedding really gives you the space and opportunity to get creative, and is the perfect way of creating fresh, clean wedding styling.
Tropical foliage in all its forms is a wonderful way to add a great style statement to a wedding. So, be bold, have fun and go green!
What made the royal wedding flowers so iconic, and how can you recreate Meghan Markle’s wedding bouquet for your own big day?
For flowers, autumn is a time of year when we are spoilt for choice. Here are a few beautiful ideas for autumn wedding bouquets.
This DIY tutorial will walk you through the process of how to make a flower chandelier for your wedding, with video and step by step instructions.
When decorating a wedding marquee with flowers, get it right and you will have something wonderful, but get it wrong and it can look awful!
Remember these big no-nos as you plan your wedding reception flowers. Avoiding these mistakes could save you a lot of time, stress and money.
A dapper groom should complement his suit with perfectly polished shoes, an elegant watch, stylish jewellery and a striking, quirky buttonhole.
Flowers make a wedding, but the 2017 wedding flower trends will be more about the green and less about the flowers.
Flowers make a wedding, and everything from a ceremony setting to a blank canvas marquee has the potential for wow factor wedding flowers.
Brides really are spoilt for choice when choosing flowers for a glorious summer wedding bouquet, from delicate meadow flowers to hardy tropicals.
How do hanging installations work, what sort of wedding venue are they most suited to, and what are the options?
There are always timeless classics, emerging trends and unusual choices, and here are some of the top 2016 wedding flower trends.
If you find a wedding florist whose work you love and you trust to bring your ideas to life, then you’ll have found a perfect working partnership.
Wedding chair flowers can help to define the ceremony aisle, highlight the top table at the reception and make the bride and groom’s chairs stand out from the rest.
Using British wedding flowers is the perfect way to celebrate the season, so how do you get the best out of what’s available?
Using foliage at weddings adds texture, interest, depth and movement to arrangements, which can sometimes be hard to achieve using flowers alone.
Whatever tables you have, whether round or banquet style, you can include planted arrangements to great effect at your wedding.
Traditional or contemporary, a well dressed mantelpiece can showcase your wedding style. If used for a ceremony, it can also give your guests a sense of what’s to come.
From December through to February there is a wonderful palette of flowers and foliage you can use for winter wedding bouquets.
Wedding topiary is a fantastic way to make a statement at your ceremony and reception, and topiary works perfectly for wedding venues with high ceilings.
The buttonhole has made a comeback, and there is now a trend for tied style buttonholes, where the components are tied together like a miniature bouquet.
If a wedding venue has high ceilings this offers the perfect opportunity to complement the reception room by using tall table arrangements.
Scented wedding flowers and foliage will add depth and meaning to your big day, rekindle memories and stimulate the senses.
Flower and foliage wedding garlands have been used for centuries, but in recent years they seem to have fallen out of fashion in favour of more stylised designs. With the rise of a more botanical style of floristry, together with a greater interest in historical...
Whether you want your vintage wedding flowers to evoke the feeling of a country meadow or something more refined, the overall effect is all about romance.
Wedding flowers grown in their natural season will be stronger and cheaper. Here are some recommendations for the very best wedding flowers by season.
When it comes to your wedding flowers, be a green, eco-friendly bride. It’s all the rage, and choosing eco-friendly wedding flowers is the easiest thing to do.