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Real DIY Bride - The Flowermonger

DIY Venue Styling…feedback

Wow I just love these jugs…Wayne contacted us for flowers for his wedding in June.   He had 8 vintage jugs/pots to fill and wanted a simple range of flowers in white, some greenery and then a touch of blue!  Continue Reading…

Spring wedding flowers ideas

Spring is in the air at the flower market…it’s just brimming with gorgeous tulips, ranunculus, stocks, hyacinths, muscari and narcissi…perfect for Spring wedding flowers. Continue Reading…

A for Anemones…one of springs little gems.

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.

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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…

Real DIY Bride - The Flowermonger

Customer Feedback – DIY Wedding Flowers

We do love getting customer feedback! Wow, what a beautiful sunny day for this DIY Wedding! Charlotte, sister of the groom, ordered all the flowers from us to create simple rose, carnation and gypsophila bouquets and buttonholes

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DIY Table Flowers using Ocean Song Roses

I’m really loving the lilac tones at the moment, the soft shade looks great against bright green foliage.  In this mini DIY table flowers, I used Ocean song roses, Eupatorium, Bupleurum and Brassica.

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