Wedding day extras

Flowers for your wedding

Flowers can help to set the style for the entire wedding and bring a sense of charm or drama to the whole occasion. The trick is to choose the right ones to make your dreams come true - without blowing your budget! Visit our floral gallery to see just a small selection of the many arrangements and bouquets we have created. In all our wedding plans we include a bridal bouquet and a groom’s buttonhole, but if you fancy something a little bit more special or if your wedding has a theme, maybe exotic, tropical, elegant or charming, then you might want to consider some of our other choices of flowers, colour coordinated to suit your theme. Below are just a few suggestions:

For the Bride

A Shower Bouquet - A posy top trailing down to a single stem, made up of roses, freesias, orchids and trailing ivy A Tear-drop Bouquet – A posy top trailing to a point, made up from miniature roses, freesias, orchids and trailing ivy. A Semi-crescent Bouquet – A posy top with stems trailing out to each side, made up of freesias, miniature roses, ivy, ferns.

For the Chief Bridesmaid

Lilies and Roses, hand tied with natural stems - something simple but elegant, modern and not too much to hold.

For Younger Bridesmaids

A Small Posy in a Holder - Daisies, lilies and roses A Small Wicker Basket to hold - with daisies, lilies, roses and trailing ivy.

For Mothers (who may prefer to keep their hands free)

A Stylish Corsage - Roses and Orchids. If you would like fresh flowers in your hair, this can be easily arranged with the florist to suit your requirements. Whether you go for a traditional or contemporary theme, the colour scheme is always very important. The seasons are usually a good ‘natural’ guide as to what colours to choose: Spring – pastel pink and white / lemon yellow and white / gold and green Summer – yellow and mint green / crisp white / blue and silver Autumn – orange and russet / lilac and lime green / gold and cream Winter – white / silver and white / red and rich green You might like flowers in the church or town hall: Greek labadthes can be used at the wedding ceremony and dismantled afterwards to use as a table decoration at the reception. Large white candles stand on a wrought iron pedestal surrounded by a cascade of fresh flowers, such as lilies, gerberas, buttonhole chrysanthemums, gypsophila and trailing ivy. A simple vase of flowers is a charming way to add a touch of ‘Greece’ to your wedding too and turning up in your wedding taxi is made extra special if there is a fresh floral arrangement on the bonnet next to the crisp white ribbon.
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