wedding flowers for all seasons

If you're getting married and unsure of what flowers will be available during your wedding season, check out these galleries.

These are not the only flowers available, we have just picked a selection to show you.

spring wedding


Spring is a beautiful season with a huge variety of blooms from March through to May.

The most common spring blooms are:
Roses, Delphinium, Peonies, Ranunculus, Snap Dragons, Dahlias, Wax Flower, Alliums and so much more.

Spring flowers are known for their fabulous pastel colours and textured petals. Please note there is a massive variety available and these are just a few options. 


summer wedding


Summer is a wonderful time of year to get married. It is one of the best seasons for flowers as it has such a huge variety in blooms and colours! 
Some of the most sought after flower varieties are at their best and most beautiful so it really is a perfect time to choose exactly what you're looking for.

Summer wedding flowers include:
Peonies, Roses, Garden Roses, Veronica, Astilbe, Sunflowers, Stocks, Craspedia, Echinops and Freesia.


autumn wedding


Autumn is a fab time for flowers, the cooler weather often means you can be more adventurous with your flower arrangements, as the heat will not effect their look. 

Autumn colour schemes are typically oranges, reds and Burgundy, however a lot of pastels seem to be gradually becoming a more popular choice at this time of year.

Wedding flowers available in Autumn:
Dahlias, Roses, Hydrangeas, Calla Lillies, Thistles, Scabious, Hypericum, Wheat and other dried grasses. 


winter wedding

Winter weddings are becoming increasingly popular as many couples are looking for something different to a summer wedding. The texture and blooms available are amazing, in a variety of colours. Whether you're looking for a traditional Christmas theme or pretty pastels, you are sure to find the perfect flowers to match your big day.

Winter flowers include:
Roses, Scabious, Thistles, Hypericum, Viburnum, Brunia, Ranunculus, Lisianthus, Anemones, Succulents and Orchids.  

Check out our blog posts on a few of our favourite weddings!