Why you should choose seasonal blooms for your spring wedding – in support of British Flowers Week 2015
Choose seasonal blooms for your spring wedding
Well what a lovely positive week it’s been following all the goings-on of British Flowers Week 2015 – I hope you’ve been following along on Instagram and Twitter. This week we have covered why you should choose seasonal flowers for your summer wedding, autumn wedding, and winter wedding – now we are finishing off with inspiration for a seasonal spring wedding.
It was evident when I started collating images for this seasonal spring wedding flower feature that is such an incredible selection of British grown flowers available, I think the most difficult part as a bride should be choosing, not deciding whether to choose British or not.
Apple blossom, lilac and cow parsley
Mixed tulips, blossom and dusty miller
Peonies, larkspur and love-in-a-mist
I would love this one, it’s my own bridal bouquet!
Violets and more violets!
Clematis, verbena and peonies
Tulips, lily of the valley and narcissi
Buttercups, mint and ranunuculus
Tulips, lilac and ranunculus
Snakes head fritillary, hellebore and grape hyacinth
Daffodils, tulips and blossom
Scabious, snapdragons and ferns
Snowflakes, hellebores and iris
Aquilegia, tulips and lilac
Anemones, tulips and blossom
Ranunculus, tulips and grape hyacinth
Tulips, ranunulus and lilac
Blossom, ranunculus and anemones
Daffodils, narcissi and tulips
Blossom, tulips and leafy branches
Hellebores, daffodils and snakes head fritillary
Forget-me-nots, ranunculus and grape hyacinth
Snakes head fritillary, tulips and anemones
Tulips, snakes head fritillary and hellebores
Ranunculus, tulips and geums
Tulips, ranunculus and forget-me-nots
Tulips, ferns and snakes head fritillary
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.
Categories: DIY + Inspiration