British flowers in season for your Spring wedding

Beautiful Buttonholes

Try using spring blooms and seasonal foliage to create a beautiful buttonhole with a difference. Hellebore and hyacinth pips have been combined with a lichen twig to create a unique buttonhole that sets just the right tone for a stylish spring wedding

Lily of the Valley

This enchanting flower has a heavenly smell and is often used in bridal bouquets or arrangements. A pretty late spring flower symbolic of purity and modesty is available in white or rosy pink. English outdoor grown Lily of the Valley is usually only available for a few weeks in April.

Lily of the Valley

Lovely Lilac

A beautifully scented flower perfect for an English country garden style wedding. Tiny star shaped flowers on woody stems available in white, mauve, violet or pink. The purple-flowered varieties are only available in spring for a very short season of perhaps six weeks but worth seeking out for their stronger scent. British Grown season from February to April.

Snakeshead Fritillary

A delicate and pretty posy of Snakeshead Fritillary has a just picked from the garden simplicity. Simply hand tied with a beautiful ribbon

Stylish and Sophisticated Tulips

Tulips are a favourite for spring weddings, perfect used alone or as part of a mixed bouquet with other spring blooms. Although they have a tendency to droop your florist should know how to condition them properly and use them in the right design to show them off to perfection. Available from January to Spring in the UK the Tulip comes in a wide variety of colours

Beautiful British Spring Blooms

The Hyacinth is often strongly scented and available in a wide variety of colours including white, pink, peach and blue but also look out for more unusual varieties in rich deep purples , reds, navy, orange and yellow.

Muscari, also known as grape hyacinth has pretty bell shaped flowers clustered onto the stem. Varieties offer shades of blue including navy as well as lilac and white.

Commercial british Bluebells are mostly grown in Cornwall and Devon. They come in shades of blue and would be a beautiful addition to a natural style hand-tied wedding bouquet.

The Snowflake flowers are small and bell-shaped, delicate white bells with a spring green spot at the bottom of each petal. Snowflakes have a delicate yet distinctive fragrance.

Pretty Petals

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