11 Stylish Florists For Your Wedding Day
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FOR COLOUR ADDICTS: Gloria
If you like romantic, joyful flowers that are full of colour but delicately arranged to reflect the natural ramblings of gardens and green spaces, then Gloria is your go-to. Its style is elegant and ethereal, and each arrangement makes the most of seasonal flowers available at the time of your wedding. Soft texture and architectural shapes are what Gloria does best, and it can cater to events of all sizes – from intimate reception dinners to grand parties.
FOR FASHION-FORWARD BRIDES: Blume Studio
Blume Studio provides bespoke floral design and styling services for weddings and events across the UK. From bouquets and buttonholes to larger-scale arrangements and table flowers, it’s a name to know if you’re looking for something modern and fashion-forward. Even better, the brand also creates bespoke stationery from menus, name cards and welcome signs, and can provide additional items such as candles, crockery and table linen.
FOR DRAMATIC DISPLAYS: Flùr London
Flùr is a London-based design studio specialising in flower installations, botanical set design, events styling, weddings and bespoke bouquets. And you can trust you’re in good hands here – previous clients include mega brands like Dior, Hermès, Prada and L'Oréal. With a dramatic aesthetic that will put your flowers front and centre of your wedding, this isn’t a choice for the faint of heart.
FOR SUSTAINABLE BLOOMS: Jessica Blume
Jess’s designs are inspired by her twin passions: nature and art. She works solely with locally grown flowers – which allows for full transparency with clients, seasonal arrangements and minimal waste. Growing all her own flowers on an organic farm in rural Essex, she is led by regenerative and organic practices. As well as supporting and working with other small-scale growers to source her ingredients, she liaises with clients to repurpose or rehome flowers once the party's over.
FOR LUXE ARRANGEMENTS: McQueens
For many, McQueens needs no introduction. A stalwart of the British floristry scene, it’s worked on some of the largest events with some of the world’s top brands – so you can trust you’re in safe hands here. The style is abundant and luxe – there really is no expensive spared, so it’s a good choice if you’re willing to allocate a decent amount to flowers. The brand’s dedicated wedding team will work with you directly to bring your vision to life, which makes it ideal if you’re looking for one-on-one service.
FOR BESPOKE DESIGNS: Liberty Lane
Liberty Lane is owned and run by Jennie Evans from her workshop in the middle of the Cotswolds. Since opening in 2016, the business has expanded and now provides florals for weddings, parties, brand events and more, throughout the UK and beyond. Its signature style is best described as organic, abundant, stylish and refined, with arrangements designed to enhance the venue and complement the seasons. Just be warned – Jennie only takes on a few weddings each year to allow each one to have the best experience possible.
FOR MICRO WEDDINGS: Ronny Colbie
Regular readers will know we’re big fans of Ronny Colbie – who honed his skill as a florist when he worked on the blooms for the Soho House Group. Now running his own floral studio, his attention to detail makes him perfect for smaller, more intimate affairs, while his rich use of colour and sumptuous accessories are ideally suited to autumnal and winter weddings. Ultimately, he can do it all – including one-off installations and seasonal displays.
FOR SOMETHING DIFFERENT: Simply By Arrangement
The small and trusted team at Simply By Arrangement are obsessed with flowers, and their simple aim is to make your day truly memorable and unique. They only take on a few weddings and events each year and designs are carefully considered to fit perfectly with your chosen venue: accenting details that are already there; echoing your colour palette; and always reflecting the season. They only use flowers of the highest quality – many of which are often grown specially for your event or sourced from a network of talented local growers. Every bouquet, archway, table centre and buttonhole is treated as a work of art, down to the last detail – be it the perfect ribbon or the right vase.
FOR OUTSIDE LONDON: The Good Florist
The Good Florist works with couples and planners on weddings across the South West. The starting point is always the seasons and the brand’s speciality is finding innovative ways to work with colour. Sourcing from specialist growers and gardens across Devon and Cornwall, it uses a collaborative process when it comes to sharing inspiration and ideas. Its arrangements are all designed to suit the setting and the couple’s personalities – with services starting from £2,000.
FOR LAST-MINUTE BOUQUETS & BUTTONHOLES: Wild At Heart
Looking for a bouquet or buttonhole at short notice? Wild At Heart makes traditional style bouquets, most of which come in around the £100 mark, and sweet buttonholes for less than a tenner. If you are looking for more of a 360° service that covers full installations, flower arches and arrangements, there is a bespoke option available.
FOR OFF-THE-PEG PACKAGES: Sweet Pea
Trying to strike a balance between time, price and quality? Sweet Pea’s Ready-To-Wear collections do the hard work for you. The curated edit of flowers is designed to cover the essentials and you can choose from three stunning combinations: ‘Blush & Nudes’, ‘Whites & Greens’ and ‘Drama’. You can mix and match too – simply order online (minimum order value is £250) and it’ll deliver everything on your big day. Alternatively, Sweet Pea offers a complete bespoke service.
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