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British Seasonal Flowers for your Spring Wedding

Many of my brides are opting for seasonal, British grown flowers for their wedding bouquets and arrangements. It's better for the environment and helps support local flower farmers here in the UK. Here are some British seasonal flowers which you may want to consider for your spring wedding.

Suzy Elizabeth Photography

Daffodils

These are a traditional spring flower and are commonly associated with Easter. They come in yellow, white, and orange and can be used in bouquets and centrepieces. Daffodils can make a beautiful addition to a wedding as they are known for their bright, cheerful appearance and symbolism of new beginnings.

Daffodils are typically available in the early spring, usually from late February to early April. They are a popular choice for spring weddings but may not be available year-round.


Tulips

Tulips are a classic wedding flower that is known for its elegant appearance and wide range of colours. Tulips are typically available in the spring, usually from late March to early May and come in a variety of colours, including white, pink, red, purple, yellow, and orange. They are especially popular for their bright and vibrant shades.


Tulips are associated with love, passion, and happy years. They can also represent elegance and grace, making them a great choice for weddings.


Peonies

These large, fluffy flowers come in a variety of colours, including pink, white, red, and are a popular choice for spring weddings. Peonies are one of the most popular wedding flowers due to their lush, romantic appearance and delicate fragrance. These large, fluffy flowers come in a variety of colours, including white, pink, red, coral, and burgundy. The most popular shades for weddings are usually soft pinks and whites, which complement a variety of wedding themes.


Peonies are typically available in the late spring and early summer, usually from late April to early June and are associated with romance, prosperity, and good fortune. They can also represent a happy marriage, making them a great choice for weddings.

Melanie Duerkopp Photography

Lilacs

Lilacs can make a beautiful addition to a wedding as they are known for their sweet fragrance and delicate blooms. They are usually available in the spring, typically from April to June.


Lilacs are associated with love and romance. They can also represent new beginnings, making them a great choice for weddings. They also come in a variety of gorgeous colours, including white, pink, lavender, and purple which make the perfect spring wedding colour scheme. The lavender and purple varieties are the most popular for weddings as they add a touch of elegance and sophistication.


Hyacinths

Hyacinths are known for their vibrant colours and sweet fragrance. These flowers are typically available in the spring, usually from late February to early May.


Hyacinths are associated with sincerity and constancy. They can also represent beauty and grace, making them a great choice for weddings. Hyacinths come in a variety of colours, including pink, white, blue, purple, and yellow. They are especially popular for their bright and vibrant shades.


Bluebells

These beautiful blue flowers are often used in wildflower and meadow-style arrangements. Bluebells make a beautiful addition to a wedding as they add a natural and rustic touch to the overall decor.


These flowers are usually available from late April to May, which makes them a great option for spring weddings.


Bluebells are associated with humility and gratitude. They can also represent everlasting love and constancy, making them a great choice for weddings.


Heline Bekker Photography

It's important to keep in mind that the exact availability and pricing of flowers can vary depending on the region and the specific flower. It's a good idea to check with your florist to see what flowers are in season and available in your area.

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