Wedding floral trends 2023
The Floristry
by Kerry
1w ago
Wedding flowers remain an important part of the day but trends just like fashion change over time, so if you are looking to be up to date with your wedding flowers this year, then here are some ideas of what’s on trend in 2023. White wedding flowers Choosing white wedding flowers has always been popular amongst brides, the subtle crispness of white flowers gives a timeless elegance. This year the trend moves more towards a more monochrome look using a single variety of flower, perhaps in a smaller bouquet giving more impact. Bright florals In stark contrast to that, eye popping colours p ..read more
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Christmas wreath workshop
The Floristry
by Kerry
2M ago
Come and join us at The Sun Inn in Crook on the 1st of December 2022, for and evening of wreath making tuition and Christmas nibbles. Please book with the Sun Inn. Looking forward to seeing you all there ..read more
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A snapshot of this years wedding flowers
The Floristry
by Kerry
3y ago
We’ve had a fantastic year with our couples choosing a wide range of flower colours, styles and varieties. Here are just a few of the creations we’ve provided for our lovely couples who we wish a fantastic first year married ..read more
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Runners and garlands
The Floristry
by Kerry
3y ago
Runners and garlands of all styles have still been very much in season this year and here are a few of our creations that we’ve loved designing. Some venues really do suit long floral arrangements on banqueting style tables and they can create quite a statement. You can mix and match these with other flower styles using the garland for the top table only or give all tables the same treatment ..read more
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Bridesmaids bouquets
The Floristry
by Kerry
4y ago
It’s fairly traditional to give your bridesmaids a smaller version of your bouquet for their flowers. Something to hold as they walk down the aisle is often welcomed by bridesmaids but how about these as an alternative?? We love these bridesmaid hoops, they are a perfect alternative to the traditional bouquet and follow the current trend for circles. Hoops, rings, circular arches are all making their appearances at modern weddings and these are a small way of showing you are a fashionable bride who likes an alternative ways of doing things. Your bridesmaids will love these rings, easy to carr ..read more
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Peony Season is back
The Floristry
by Kerry
4y ago
It’s easy to see why Peonies make such beautiful wedding flowers …. and right now, Peonies are back in full swing. The Peony season is quite short and is one of the few flowers we can’t get most of the year round, which is really sad when our brides tell us they are their favourite flower but they are getting married in September. Peonies come as tight buds and your florist will work hard to get them to the perfect point in their opening to make them look gorgeous for your wedding day. Peonies also look great when they aren’t fully open as can be seen in these bouquets … .  So if your wedding ..read more
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Floral Circles
The Floristry
by Kerry
4y ago
With the changes in laws that have meant you can get married in all manner of venues, the traditional arches for entrances have morphed into stand alone structures of all shapes and sizes. We particularly love these large circles of flowers, they bring a modern twist to the arch but also they symbolise the unity with a circle is very apt for a wedding ceremony. Whether you use a minimalist structure with asymmetrical flowers, in open land with views as above or you go for a fuller version against an uninteresting backdrop, they are really adaptable to all styles. The circle is designed to f ..read more
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