Almost any Wedding Flowers can be included in your bridal bouquet. There are so many varieties it can be hard to know where to start! While fashions come and go, there tends to be a few types of Wedding Flowers which remain popular with brides-to-be. To help you make your choices before you come and see us for the first time, take a look at the top 10 most popular Wedding Flowers.
Hydrangeas add vintage glamour. Delicate pink and blue varieties are perfect for a summer Wedding, while green and burgundy shades complement an autumn Wedding beautifully.
Gerberas are an extremely popular choice of Wedding Flowers, due to the many colour varieties. It is great for adding a vibrant colour to your big day.
Lilies look fabulous in larger bouquets and are beautifully scented. With many colours, from white to burgundy, there’s a shade to complement almost every colour scheme.
Peonies are one of the most sought after types of Wedding Flowers. With its luxurious taffeta-like flower head and glorious scent, they are perfect in any bouquet.
Orchids make an elegant choice. These exotic flowers look sophisticated in cascading shower bouquets. Single orchid heads make attractive buttonholes and corsages.
Stephanotis is a wonderful way to add a touch of old-fashioned glamour to your Wedding Flowers. Small, star-shaped flowers produce a fragrant perfume and have a timeless look.
Calla Lilies are a striking choice for Wedding Flowers. Their clean lines and structural shape, suit contemporary weddings and are stunning with anthuriums and orchids.
Lily of the Valley are the Wedding Flowers of choice for British royals, They featured in Kate Middleton’s Wedding Flowers and create an air of elegance that is difficult to match.
Roses are often top of a bride’s list. With grace, beauty, fragrance and many colours, whether incorporated into a bouquet or worn as a corsage, it is an enduring choice.
Tulips’ range of colour varieties make it a popular choice. Tied in posies or in simple containers, they make eye-catching displays worthy of any celebration