Choose the flowers in season on your big day with this week’s elegant infographic.
There’s a lot to consider when choosing your wedding flowers. Which blooms best suit your colour scheme? Does your venue suit rustic bouquets or elegant arrangements? Not to mention, of course, which flowers are in season for the time of year you’ve chosen to get married in?
Flowers that are in season are more readily available. Not only does this mean your florist is more likely to be able to source them, it will, of course, keep your budgets down – leaving more money for the dress!
However, it can be tricky to know where to start! There are so many beautiful blooms to choose from that brides and grooms are certainly spoilt for choice. Therefore, we were delighted when the team at Bowood sent over this fantastic infographic. No matter what time of year you’ve chosen to get married in, let their Top Tips guide you this Tuesday with the best wedding flowers for the season.
Boowood have put their thinking caps on and brought you a selection of their favourite blooms. And, as it’s April, they have a spring in their step and have started with the current flowers in season (so don’t panic if your wedding’s just around the corner!).
When you’ve taken a look, and chosen your favourite blooms, simply find one of the finest florists in the industry here on The Wedding Affair’s Approved Supplier List. We’ve got a selection of exceptional florists, who are experts at creating the most beautiful bouquets and sensational centrepieces. If you’ve met them at one our wedding fairs, you’ll have seen their stunning work for yourself. If not, simply drop them a line here. They’ll be delighted to hear your ideas.
Bowood are one Wiltshire’s leading wedding venues, with a love of flowers! This season, they’d recommend including Ranunculus within any bouquet, buttonhole or arrangement. And we agree: what a stunning, elegant flower! It’s perfect for a romantic, country house wedding. Bowood tell us that a recent couple of theirs chose cupcakes instead of their wedding cake; each was individually iced with a Ranunculus shaped flower on top. And that’s an idea we want to steal! If you’re planning to head to Bowood this spring, why not take a wander around their incredible gardens and take a look their stunning borders for more inspiration?
Wedding florists: we’d love to hear from you! Which flowers of the season would you recommend? We’re always excited to hear from the best in the business. Fancy a complimentary blog feature? Drop us a line: firstname.lastname@example.org.