Why you should choose seasonal blooms for your summer wedding – in support of British Flowers Week 2015
Choose seasonal blooms for your summer wedding
In case you missed yesterday’s post, this week we are celebrating homegrown seasonal blooms by supporting British Flowers Week 2015. We are hoping to inspire you each day of this week with a feature on each of the seasons, and provide you with loads of ideas for your own wedding flowers.
Without further-ado, let’s launch into this seasonal round-up of wedding flowers with summer, because that’s where we’re up to in the year. The summer months I’m focussing on here are June, July and August, so if you are looking to have a wedding during one of those months, here are just some of the seasonal flowers you can expect to find in the UK.
Cosmos, cornflowers, borage flowers
Poppies, dahlias and dill flowers
Garden roses, sweet peas and ivy
Love-in-a-mist, ammi and larkspur
Grasses, lavender and gypsophila
Foxgloves, calendula and nasturtium
Ammi, feverfew and asters
Cornflowers, lavender and love-in-a-mist
Delphiniums, peonies and euphorbia
Honeysuckle, roses and dahlias
Scabious, clematis and astrantia
Roses, dahlias and herbs
Delphiniums, foxgloves and aliums
Poppy seed heads, ferns and artichokes
Amaranthus, clematis and dahlias
Hydrangea, sweetpeas and mint
Strawflowers, zinnias and cornflowers
Sweet Williams, cow parsley and cornflowers
Seasonal blooms for weddings all year round
Be sure to check out the other posts in this series:
Plus our round up post here Why you should choose seasonal wedding flowers.
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