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Peachy tulips and tiny narcissi for seasonal Easter inspired wedding flowers

Charlie

Spring floral arrangements

I couldn’t get through this week of Easter wedding inspiration without featuring some seasonal flowers, and these two were real beauties.  I love the large twiggy birds nest style container filled with tulips in a variety of colours and tiny narcsissi or daffodils, and the colour of those peachy tulips on the right is just heavenly.

Do check with your local flower farmer or florist on what’s available seasonally in your area, certainly in the UK you’ll find variations on what’s flowering around Easter in different regions.  My granny lives in Devon and all her daffodils are over, whereas in Cheshire where I live they are just starting to think about flowering.

Image: Elizabeth Ann Designs blog via Pretty in White Planning

Comments

The Garden Gate Flower Company on 27. March, 2013

Loving the woven nest idea so Easter! Our daffodils are still flowering in Cornwall as are our anemones and tulips. Not long now and we will have our own ranunculus and freesias. Happy Easter. X

Charlie

CharlieB on 28. March, 2013

I could just see you creating something similar! It sounds like you are surrounded by beautiful spring flowers, just send some warmer weather our way to we can have them flowering too :)

Emma Lou on 28. March, 2013

What beautiful Spring colour – thanks Charlie! x

Charlie

CharlieB on 28. March, 2013

My pleasure Emma :) It’s such a joyful time of year and flowers are a big part of that I think x

Lorenzo Photography on 8. April, 2013

Spring is such a perfect time of year for a wedding. New beginnings and perfect light.

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