As Valentine day approaches, I thought I would inspire you with red wedding ideas…after all it is the colour of love! Be it a bold statement or trying to add a touch of warmth, using red can spicy up your wedding theme. Continue Reading…
Anemones comes in a range of bright jewelled colours as well as white with a black centre.
We dispatch the flowers very fresh so the majority of the petals are closed. If you’re using them for a wedding or event and find they’re taking a little while to open, re-cut the stems, place them in lukewarm water and put them in a warm room.
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.