I impressed even myself this morning when I spotted flowers by The Real Cut Flower Garden on a wedding blog without knowing who’d done them. The Real Cut Flower Garden is one of the businesses listed on the directory, and I’ve known Charlie Ryrie who runs it for a number of years now. She has a distinct style and provides beautiful English-grown flowers for weddings.
On scrolling through this Vintage British Wedding I saw these photos of the wedding flowers and couldn’t help but think “they must by Charlie Ryrie’s flowers!” My thoughts were confirmed at the bottom in the list of suppliers – I love all my businesses and it’s so lovely to see them and their lovely work on big wedding blogs.
I thought it might be nice to do a round-up of what some of the lovely businesses listed on the directory have been up to recently. So I’ve had a snoop round their blogs and decided I would feature some seasonal flower photos, for the following reasons:
- I just can’t get enough of English flowers at the moment (probably spurred on by the buckets of gorgeous flowers I had to arrange for my wedding)
- They are always such a positive and beautiful reflection of our seasonal countryside
Charlie Ryrie from The Cut Flower Garden has been creating floral wonders such as this stunning globe of flowers for a wedding recently…
And arranging flowers for this wedding in vintage style jugs and jam jars…
Jo and Rachel over at Green and Gorgeous created this stunning (and pretty fabulous, don’t you think!) summer collar for one of their dogs.
It’s made from blue cornflowers and apple mint – I think this could be the new must-have item for anyone incorporating their dog into their wedding…
Wedding flowers inspiration – spring greens and whites and twigs of pussy willow in galvanised metal jugs.
For all those brides and grooms planning an autumn or winter wedding who are in need of some inspiration when it comes to decorating – look no further.
From red berries to dried ferns, maple leaves scattered on tables, abundant fir cones and gourds, ivy coiled around willow hearts, and beeswax candles – this wedding shows how beautiful natural decorations can be when you look to what nature can provide.
With the help of a few vintage pots and metal jugs and a little bit of imagination an autumn or winter wedding can be just as beautiful as any summer wedding with its pick of flowers.