Today we are looking at spring weddings. This is an excellent time of year to be married with lots of gorgeous spring flowers around.
For budgets, I would say be careful of higher prices around St Valentines Day (14th Feb) and Mothering Sunday (11th March 2018, 31st March 2019, 22nd March 2020).
To the flowers; These gorgeous daffodil bouquets for your bridesmaids will make for a bright and cheerful wedding. If yellow is your colour, or accent (these would look fab with navy dresses). Just make sure the stems are fully wrapped so as the sap doesn't stain any dresses.
For the bride, a traditional shower shaped bouquet with lots of narcissus, small daffodils and roses. This was a highly scented bouquet and smelt divine.
In spring we can also get the beautiful cyclamen as a cut flower. Again these make excellent small posies for your maids. Coming in a range of colours from white, pink, purple and reds. Another highly scented bouquet.
Classic spring white and green (Greenery is colour of the year), this is a lovely fresh colour scheme with gorgeous germini, freesia, viburnum, bupleurum and foliage
and the maids posy too.
For something more vibrant, blue hydrangea, cappuccino roses and pink tulips
Another hand tie design of roses, double tulips, hyacinths, and foliage.
Or how about anemone? An all anemone bouquet brings lovely jewel colours together, or stick with one shade. These come in reds, purple, deep pink, blue, and white.
A blue colour scheme needn't miss out. The beautiful blue muscari are delicate and highly scented and make cute posies for your ladies.
The wonderful lily of the valley. This is available all year round now but beware, it is pricey for such a small flower. It is best (and cheapest) in it's natural season.
A beautiful all white/ivory bouquet. Filled with roses, spray roses, eustoma, ranunculus, and freesia with added sparkle to catch those early rays of sunshine.
Tulips!! What's not to love? These all tulip bouquets are so simple yet so pretty. Tulips come in a vast colour range, size of head and single, double and parrot varieties, there is bound to be something for your colour scheme.
Brides bouquet of single tulips
Brides bouquet of double tulips with a lovely silver collar.
On to the men;
Buttonholes, should we feel, mirror the bridal bouquet. The groom and best man traditionally had a double flower from the bridal bouquet, but anything goes today.
A daffodil buttonhole wil certainly brighten up a dark suit.
For the groom a design of mixed narcissus
Page boy? How about two tiny sol d'or flower heads and fern
Tulips make great buttonholes, double or single
or teamed with another flower.
For the ladies don't forget we can create traditional lapel corsages, wrist corsages or a bespoke design for their hand bag.
To decorate your ceremony we can create archways. This one is filled with a mix of narcissus and cuscus foliage, the scent just filled the room.
For the guest tables we can provide these lovely nest designs, perfect for spring, filed with daffodils,
a mix of seasonal flowers, maybe in vibrant colours
or a more neutral theme.
Love fish bowls for your guest tables? These were filed with yellow stones and floating daisy heads
Wanting tulips? A tulip display in your colours with fern and ginista make a perfect spring display your guests can take home with them.
And don't forget the top table, mirror your guest table flowers in a larger display for you.
Are you getting wed in the spring time? We have many ideas and can source any spring flower. We are also working closely with British growers and this should work fantastic as we are a nation of lovers of spring blooms and Lincolnshire are where many grow.
Get in touch today to start planning your springtime wedding flowers