All posts in “Freesia”

Wedding Flowers – Fresh Green and White Ideas

Green and white is such a timeless classic for wedding flowers. I love it when lime green flowers and foliage are used making it ‘pop’ and creating a modern edge to the flowers.

Wrapping the stems with green satin ribbons brings the look together.  With the gypsophila only bouquet, which could be great for bridesmaids, it instantly gives a more expensive look to the bouquet.

These fresh colours work all year round and I’ve written below flower suggestions to create similar looks which I found on pinterest.   Continue Reading…

Autumn Flowers…A touch of Autumn for your wedding

I can’t believe the summer has gone and the smell of autumn is in the air! Think cozy jumpers, colourful leaves and the crackle of a open fire – the autumn is a beautiful time of year, which makes it a fantastic season for a wedding! Continue Reading…

F for Freesia

Freesia are grown from a bulb and originally were native to South America.  From the bulb shoots tall, thin spiky leave plus a cluster of trumpet shaped flowers.  Available in a wide range of colours from white and pale shades to deep purple! Continue Reading…