Guests Wrist Corsages
A wrist corsage will add the perfect finishing touch to that special dress at any wedding, Our designed corsages are made with utmost care and the best quality flowers to make sure you look your best at your important event. A selection of flowers are available to use.
Wedding Flower Transfer
We can transfer your flowers from the wedding to your reception. That way you get to use them twice to help with your wedding budget depending on distance involved.
Bespoke Flower Bouquets
We guarantee personal attention.
As our slogan indicates our service revolves around you with bespoke bouquets and a one-to-one session for your special day.
Floral Wedding Arches are a very popular Way to create an instant entrance and look stunning when used in Wedding Photographs (We Can Also Hire Bay Trees For The Service).
Price available on request.
Including wedding stand hire, the designs used in the church or other venue will reflect the ambiance of the surroundings and the setting as well as reflecting the colours and style of the Bridal party.
(Hand Tied/Aqua Boxes)
A Wedding is also a very lovely occasion for the bride and grooms guests, as friends and family get to celebrate their big day with them and wish them a long and happy marriage. Whilst it is traditional to give newly-weds a gift to congratulate them on their union, it is also customary to give thank you Wedding gifts to all those who helped make the day special.
Flowers For Wedding Cakes
Flowers make a stylish addition to wedding cakes and are an attractive alternative to traditional bride and groom figures. Flowers which sit flat such as gerberas look particularly effective.
Corsages for the couple’s mothers are small floral arrangements and can be worn pinned to a jacket or buttonhole or attached to a handbag.
We create fabulous buttonholes each created totally different, to suit the wedding theme.The groom often wears a flower in his buttonhole. It is usually the same as one of the flowers that feature in the bride’s bouquet. This goes back to the time when a knight would wear his lady’s colours. Key male members of the wedding party normally wear buttonholes on the left lapel of their jackets.
Bridesmaids’ Bouquets are usually smaller than the bride’s bouquet and their colour and style should match or complement the overall scheme of the wedding. An alternative for younger bridesmaids is to give them a small basket of flowers.
(Photo by Photo Vision Photography)
Roses are synonymous with love and passion and can be an excellent choice as to symbolise the strength of feeling between the bride and groom. Lilies are another good choice as they symbolise purity and innocence, while orchids are said to stand for love and pure affection, as well as being linked to fertility by the ancient Greeks.