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Wedding Flowers


Wedding flowers:

There are arrays of beautiful flowers that are often used in wedding arrangements; the top 10 most popular for weddings are:

· Roses

· Tulips

· Calla Lilies

· Lily of the Valley

· Hydrangeas

· Peony

· Ranunculus

· Stephanotis

These flowers symbolise love and happiness; roses in particular are considered a symbol of beauty and love. They are mentioned in many myths and fairy tales because of their symbolism and links with love- Romantic writers and poets have used the flower as a metaphor for emotion, beauty and true love.

Your choice of flowers may depend on the season of your wedding, most likely spring or summer. If you’re going for a more classic theme, the flowers mentioned above will be perfect for both spring and summer weddings. However, if you want your bouquets to match the season, peonies are recommended for spring and rununculus or dahlias for summer.


Flowers at Moor Street Wedding Bouquets:

Our florists at Flowers at Moor Street provide a variety of wedding bouquets for your special day. Our most popular choices are:

· Rosie Bridal Bouquet

Ivory avalanche roses, peach ranunculus, ivory vuvuzella and brunia, with a hint of soft ruscus.

· Pippa Bridal Bouquet

Memory Lane Roses, combined with white eustoma, and lilac freesias.

· Emma Bridal Bouquet

Ivory avalanche roses, white anenome, purple anenome, autumnal berries and eucalyptus foliage

· Katie Bridal Bouquet

Ivory and soft pink pastel peonies combined to make this beautiful neutral peony bridal bouquet. Finished off with ivory satin ribbon and pearl pins.

· Ava Bridal Bouquet

Memory Lane Roses, combined with Avalanche roses, eucalyptus populus, astrantia combine to make this beautiful, delicate posy hand-tied Wedding bouquet.

Flower Crowns:

Flower crowns are becoming increasingly more popular with brides and bridesmaids. The one shown is made from gypsophilia, also known as Baby’s Breath.

Step 1: Shape the wire to your desired size.

Step 2: Wrap greenery around the base of the crown.

Step 3: Create mini-flower bunches.

Step 4: Attach your flower bunches to crown.

Bridal flower crowns vary based on the bride’s taste; minimalistic flower crowns are popular this wedding season.


Weddings this year:

Due to Coronavirus we understand that you may have to unfortunately postpone your wedding, if you would like a small service on your planned wedding date, we can create your bouquet for you to celebrate your wedding at home!