seasonal wedding flowers with wild grasses and berries

Following up from my post about using grasses in wedding arrangements and bouquets, I wanted to share some pictures of from Susanne at The Blue Carrot in Cornwall, one of the businesses listed in the flower section of the directory.  She got in touch with me after the original blog post to say that she loves using grasses in her arrangements and to share a couple of pictures.

Thought you’d all like to see some on a dreary January afternoon!  Any favourites?

The Blue Carrot seasonal wedding flowers

I love these deep wine colours with the silvery green grasses and foliage, and the spray of blackberries too.

Seasonal wedding flowers in Cornwall

A white and green flower arrangement with dill flowers, furry grasses, white dahlias and a single white foxglove – gorgeous.

country garden seasonal wedding flowers with grasses

I love the yellow-orange nasturtium’s in this arrangement, especially alongside those big showy pink dahlias.  More of those gorgeous silvery green grasses and poppy seedheads.

natural locally-grown wedding flowers Cornwall

Another pretty yellow and white combination with silvery green foliage – aren’t those yellow poppies so delicate.

wedding bouquet yellow poppies and grasses

The added touches of peach and lilac in this one completely transform this pretty arrangement – it really does look like you’ve wandered through a beautiful country garden (I wish mine looked like this!) picked a little bit from here and there.

natural wild looking wedding flowers

If you are getting married in Cornwall and love this natural style, why not get in touch with Susanne and see if The Blue Carrot could do your wedding flowers.  Visit The Blue Carrot for more details or contact Susanne at


Hannah Webster on 25. January, 2012

I massively love wild looking flowers. Always drawn to them more than heavily structured arrangements. They just make me feel so happy when I look at them. Le sigh!

CharlieB on 26. January, 2012

There is something really beautiful about wild looking flowers, I’m so pleased the wedding industry and brides have embraced them – I remember a time when a wedding bouquet was a tight ball of roses, I’m pleased we have more choice now 🙂

Mary on 2. February, 2012

Susanne’s flowers are always absolutely beautiful. So cleverly presented to suit any occasion – I love them.

CharlieB on 2. February, 2012

Thanks for leaving such lovely feedback about Susanne’s flowers – they are just beautiful and so naturally wild looking xXx

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