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To get the most from your budget, it's always best to choose your flowers according to the season.
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: A large open flower in pure white to brightest red. Perfect for larger bouquets and centrepieces.
: Available in 120 different varieties. The brighter colours are great for trendy posies.
: A bright yellow flower that is always popular for spring weddings.
: Small, highly scented flowers in bright colours. Ideal for headdresses and posies.
: Large and dramatic daisy-like flowers that come in many bright colours.
Lily of the valley
: Tiny bell-shaped white flowers with a sweet fragrance. A classic wedding flower and ideal for small posies. Expensive.
: Exotic and pricey but available in a variety of pretty colours. Just a few long stems simply tied make a stunning modern bouquet.
: A buttercup-shaped flower popular for spring weddings. Available in a variety of colours.
: A traditional and popular small white wedding flower with a wonderful sweet scent.
: A classic wedding favourite with delicate petals and a sweet, lingering fragrance.
: Famous for its glossy, waxy-looking flowers. Popular for beach and tropical themes.
: The traditional choice for a buttonhole and available in lots of colours. Also works well en masse in pomanders for bridesmaids.
: A versatile flower ranging from daisy-like flowers to large pom-pom shapes.
: Tiny white or pink flowers that form a cloud-like display. Best used in quantity.
: There are about a hundred varieties in a huge range of colours. Particularly good for centrepieces.
: Large, subtly scented flowers in a wide range of shapes and colours. Popular for reception decoration.
: Large, fragrant flowers with petals in a bowl shape. A popular bouquet flower in shades of pink or white.
: The most popular of all the wedding flowers and used for bouquets and decorations. Available in a huge variety of sizes, varieties and colours and many are scented.
: A refreshing choice for a summer wedding. They can be pricey but are so big you don't need many to make a visual impact.
: Large, bell-shaped flowers in a striking shade of violet. They add a splash of colour to bouquets and centrepieces.
: A small, daisy-like flower in a wide variety of colours, usually with a bright yellow centre. Pretty in bouquets.
: Perfect for trailing bouquets. Comes in a good selection of sizes and colours.
: An all-year-round favourite that always looks bright and cheerful. An ideal flower on which to theme your whole wedding.
: Popular foliage with heart-shaped leaves ranging in colour from soft to brilliant green.
: Large, full flowers in a variety of pretty pastel colours. Good for centrepieces and pedestal arrangements.
: A large, exotic flower that can be used to add splashes of bright colour.
: Available in all shades of pink from very pale to almost red. Pretty round flowers that are ideal for bouquets.
: Beautiful open-faced flowers ranging from a single row of petals to overlapping multi-rows.
: An evergreen shrub with yellowish flowers. Useful as an all-year-round addition to venue arrangements and more elaborate bouquets.
: An unusual fan-shaped flower with three large petals. Usually lilac, purple or white and popular for centrepieces.
: Sprays of hot or pale pink trumpet-shaped flowers. Fairly exotic, so good for more unusual centrepieces.
: Small, flat faced flowers in a variety of colours and intensities. Can be kept in a pot to double up as a table decoration and pretty favour.
: A delicate white flower and one of the classic bridal blooms. Ideal in hand-tied posies and for smaller table decorations.
: A cheerful favourite available in a wide range of colours. The varieties with frilled edges are very popular for contemporary bouquets
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