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Wedding Flowers for a Spring Wedding

15 Apr 2015

​Spring is a glorious time for weddings with plenty of delicate and colourful seasonal blooms available to add a seasonal touch to bouquets and arrangements.

For this wedding we used grape hyacinths and white tulips alongside ivory roses and lime green foliage for a fresh spring feel.

We used tulips to create a very different effect for this event, which had a contemporary style and a bold colour theme.

Tulips are very popular for weddings early in the season and come in a wide variety of colours. They can be grouped together or used as part of a mixed arrangement, as we have done here contrasting them with dramatic aubergine calla lillies.

For this spring wedding at Goldsborough Hall the scented hyacinths, anemones, ranunculus and grape hyacinth look pretty against delicate paperwhite daffodils.

We included lime green vibernum pom-poms, a versatile spring flower that adds a contemporary twist to classic spring arrangements.

As spring turns to early summer, around May to June, peonies come into season and can add a new dimension to late spring and summer arrangements.

A fabulous mix of roses, peonies and seasonal blooms make a vibrant combination here.

The flowers are inerspersed with striking greenery and hundreds of romantic candles for an informal fairytale look.

Another popular choice for spring brides is hellebore, which ranges in colour from delicate pastel shades to darker reds and purples.

Hellebores make striking buttonholes and for this groom we added a touch of rosemary.

The bridal bouquet was a tumbling shower of hellebores, Amnesia roses, seasonal blooms and ivory pearl clusters.

These arrangements were extra special because the hellebores we used had been grown by the bride’s mother in her garden and cut fresh for the occasion.

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