June wedding flowers from a Somerset Flower Farm
We were too busy this year for me to upload many pictures from our June weddings, but in some ways that's a good thing because now I can concertina the very best of them into one blog post.
We have brides who commission us to provide the full bespoke wedding flowers design service, but we also supply a great many combinations of buckets of flowers for DIY brides as well as sometimes doing the bride's bouquet and bridesmaids', perhaps the buttonholes, or a series of jam jar posies ordered on line or to suit a special scheme over the phone, and then sending buckets of flowers for people to arrange themselves.
Here's a little parade of our June wedding flowers, all grown by us organically here on the farm near Bruton in Somerset. We use no flower preserving chemicals or sprays, so our flowers literally grow in the vase, and our roses and sweet peas and other scented flowers are just that, full of amazing scent. One of the things I love about our clients is that they often prefer a braver colour palette: while of course we love the classic pinks, pale blues and whites of wedding flowers, and, indeed, grow probably 75% of the flowers in our garden to be able to supply weddings in those colours, I do love it when a bride asks for orange, or wild, clashing colours, as this gives us a chance to really exercise our creativity with jewel colours, yellows, golds, and exuberant combinations of all.
Enjoy a little tootle through our pictures, and if you, or someone you know is planning to be married next June, then get in touch and we'll help create the flower scheme of your dreams.
hot colours with roses and calendula
traditional pinks and whites - a soft bridal palette
rich jewel colours in a big jug for a party at Tudor
Bridal bouquet with wild flowers
midweek bridal bouquet sent to Warwick for a teeny little wedding.