Spring Wedding Flowers – Part 2

Weddings come in all different shapes and sizes – one of the many reasons I love them. I like to work with each couple to bring personality and a sense of uniqueness to the day. Growing and arranging with seasonal flowers means no two days will ever be the same. A USP for sure but sometimes potential couples want to see what they are going to get in advance.

The more my wedding portfolio builds, the more I am able to share. For this delightful Spring Wedding I created a collection of pickle jars for the tables, a bridal bouquet and complimentary bridesmaid bouquet plus button holes and flowers for the cake. It wasn’t a ‘big’ wedding but was a  perfect one – see Part 1 here.

Jody, was a dream bride to work with. A few days before the wedding we finalised our ideas and added loads of  silk bows (told you she was a dream). Making sure the bouquet was the right size and weight and the colours of flowers sat with the stationery for the tables. Once decided, I set about creating this gorgeous spring wedding collection, It was full of the best flowers of the season and not a yellow daffodil* in sight.

Spring Wedding Table flowers
  • British Grown flowers for a spring wedding.
  • British Grown flowers for a spring wedding.
British Grown Flowers for a Spring Bridal Bouquet
  • British Grown Flowers for a Spring Bridal Bouquet
  • British Grown Flowers for a Spring Bridal Bouquet
British Grown Flowers for a Spring Button Holes
British Grown Flowers for a Spring Button Holes

If you’d like to know more about my weddings please get in touch, I can create anything from a simple bouquet to a full set up. See my wedding page here or take a look at some of these posts.

Simple Summer Bridal Bouquet

Quendon Hall Wedding 

Back Garden Wedding

*FYI – I love yellow daffodils and think they’d make great wedding flowers.

British Grown Flowers for a Spring Wedding Cake

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