Which flowers for you?
This is really the first thing to consider. Which month are you getting married in? Different flowers will be in season at different times. For example, if you’re set on tulips and narcissi then you can’t have these at an autumn wedding. Roses are available pretty much all year round which is good, as they are the classic romantic wedding flower and come in a variety of colours as well as the eternal deep red. Choose flowers in season and they’ll be readily available, less expensive and you’ll be keeping your green credentials intact as you’re not flying in forced blooms from overseas.
Classic wedding flowers include: Roses, peonies, ranunculus, gypsophilia, tulips, lilies, lily of the valley and hydrangeas. Talk to your florist or stylist about what is available.