Not sure where to start? Haven’t a clue about flowers? Is your favourite flower in season? 

I am sure you have a million questions …. be inspired by the season BUT ultimately be inspired by your personality and have FUN ! 


Planning a January wedding?


Your inspiration: With crisp mornings, bare branches flecked with frozen dewy droplets and silver foliage, January calls for a bouquet which replicates the cool colours of winter.

You could try: ‘Akito’, ‘Avalanche’ and                   ‘Exclusive Sensation’ roses, ranunculus, eucalyptus and waxflower.

Planning a February wedding? 

february_bouquet_ideaYour inspiration: Complement a snowy cluster of white blooms with a hint of colour – the dusky lilac in these anemones mimics the blue-grey feel of the season.


You could try: Lilac, ranunculus and anemones.


Planning a March wedding?

march_wedding_bouquetYour inspiration: Spring is a time for new beginnings. Embrace the abundant blossoming blooms and seasonal pastel hues with a straight-from-the-garden bouquet featuring a textural variety of inky purples and fresh green foliage.

You could try: ‘Memory Lane’ roses, ‘Cari Lavender’ and ‘Rosita Purple’ lisianthus, ‘Delta River’ freesias, astilbe,                                              astrantia, veronica, mixed eucalyptus, syringa, senecio,                                            viburnum berries, dried lavender and clematis.

Planning an April wedding?


Your inspiration: Love the idea of one simple hue? Give your bouquet extra ‘oomph’ with large, fluffy heads and feathery foliage for an enchanting spring feel that suggests romance.

You could try: Ranunculus and astilbe.


Planning a May wedding?

hr_may_bouquetYour inspiration: Combine soft spring shades with a touch of drama as you welcome in the summer season.

You could try: ‘Memory Lane’ and ‘Sweet Avalanche’ roses, ‘Sarah Bernhardt’ peonies, anemones, freesias, lisianthus and lilac.


Planning a June wedding?

colourful_bouquet_pretty.jpeg JUNEYour inspiration: Cheery hues are all around, from your on-trend coral nail polish to the sunshiny yellow blooms growing in your garden.

You could try: ‘Bowl of Cream’ and ‘Coral Sunset’ peonies, ‘Irischka’, ‘Talea’, ‘Vendela’ and ‘Sweet     Avalanche’ roses, craspedia, eustoma, stachys and brunia laevis.


Planning a July wedding?

july_wedding_flowersYour inspiration: A beautiful array of sun-kissed colours; strawberry ice cream, handfuls of raspberries and freshly cut green grass.

You could try: ‘Miss Piggy’ roses, ‘Pepita’ spray roses, peonies, fountain grass, guelder rose and pittosporum.


Planning an August wedding?

august_bouquet_ideaYour inspiration: Choose a freshly-picked arrangement inspired by summer woodland walks. Think brilliant bundles of wild flowers, grasses and berries.

You could try: ‘Boheme’, ‘Love Unlimited’, ‘Memory Lane’ and ‘Quick Sand’ roses, waxflower, ligustrum berries, papaver seed heads, eucalyptus, scabiosa and skimmia.


Planning a September wedding?

sept_bouquet_ideaYour inspiration: Garden-fresh shades of seasonal purple are perfect for a vibrant late-summer feel.

You could try: A simple bouquet of freesias.



Planning an October wedding?

october_wedding_bouquetYour inspiration: Crisp golden leaves and berries represent the change in season. Robust blooms will represent a bountiful harvest.

You could try: ‘Sweet Avalanche’, ‘Upper Secret’, ‘Pepita’ and ‘Dark Hypnose’ roses, thlaspi, alstroemeria, hypericum and asclepias


Planning a November wedding?

november_bouquet_ideaYour inspiration: Seasonal roses will fill your bouquet with warm colour and a variety of dark green foliage will add texture for an arrangement that’s undeniably autumn.

You could try: ‘Red Petite’ and ‘Cherry Brandy’ roses, alstroemeria, waxflower, eucalyptus and twisted willow.


Planning a December wedding?

december_bouquetYour inspiration: Mirror a snowy December landscape with delicate and graceful blossoms. A loose gathering of widely available gypsophila will make a dramatic statement when bunched together en masse.

You could try: Gypsophila and narcissi.