Flowers play an important part of your wedding. They are what you hold as you walk down the aisle, what stands out in your photos and they have have an amazing way of transforming an ordianary room into one full of life. Your flowers are also a representation of your personality and style so don't be afraid to make them whatever you want them to be!


The one floral piece that will get the guests talking is the brides bouquet! There really is no right or wrong way to go about designing your special bunch. Whether you choose a simple classic style, a large bunch full of colour, a messy mixture of blooms or have one that sparkles with lots of bling! Why not even try a bouquet that will last forever made of silk flowers.


Buttonholes add that extra splash of colour to your groom's suit and just because they are commonly small doesn't mean they can't look amazing! The groom's buttonhole usually carries on from the theme of the brides and maid's bouquets. Every groomsmen can wear the same buttonhole or each have a slight variation of the same style. Roses, baby's breath & orchids are common classics.


These cute little ones feel extra special when they have something to hold or throw as they walk down the aisle. For flower girls, a small posy, a cute flower crown, a basket full of petals or a flower a wand to wave around includes them in the special day. For your page boy the options are more limited but wearing a small buttonhole is always very cute.

For the little ones that may be too small to walk perhaps a tiny wrist corsage or just some flowers for their hair.


Whether having a beach, garden or chapel wedding, flowers can create an amazing back drop and add so much colour and life to a certain area. Decorate you aisle with pastel or bright coloured petals or have jars of mixed flowers hanging from the sides. Stand under an archway full of blooms to say I do or have pedestals arrangements either side of where you stand.


Wow your guests as they walk into the reception area with beautiful table centerpieces high or small. Whether your flowers be displayed in mason jars, tall vases or even on top of mirrors with tea light candles surrounding, you can really get creative with how you decorate this space.