Seasonality is an important aspect to consider when choosing wedding flowers in London
Depending on the time of year, certain flowers are not as easily available and prices can also fluctuate dramatically during the change of seasons. Valentines weddings can expect red roses to triple in price whilst spring weddings will find peonies more affordable as they are much more accessible during the early months. Wedding florist Todich Floral Design has put together a guide for brides, for the best times to get married based on the most popular flower costs and availability.
Spring wedding flowers for London brides – spring holds the start of the wedding season and is the most popular time of year to get married. Spring is a beautiful time as there are many pretty flowers that come into bloom during the months March, April and May. Spring brides will have the chance of using hyacinths, peonies and ranunculus in their bridal bouquets. Many flower blossoms are in colours of pinks, purples, lilacs and creams.
Wedding flowers available in spring include: camellia, anemone, tulips, sweet pea, hyacinths, peony, jasmine, raununculus, snapdragon, mimosa, narcissus, tuberose, cymbidium orchids, phalaenopsis orchids, dendrobium, ginger, alchillea, agapanthus, English garden roses, iris and muscari.
Wedding florist in London Todich Floral Design has created a list for brides that show the availability of wedding flowers per month, as well as listing when the flowers are at their most affordable rate.
Summer Wedding Flowers – The summer is during the height of wedding season and is a very popular time of year for modern brides to get married. Brides hope to be blessed with warm temperatures and a glimmer of sunshine whilst they marry in outdoor weddings. Summer comes with an abundance of vibrant colours, such as yellows, pinks and purples. Summer wedding flowers include: gentian, delphinium, calla lily’s, viburnum, dahlias, English garden roses, mollucella, larkspur, sunflowers, dendrobium orchids, hydrangea, craspedia, antirrihinum, cornflower and astilbe.
Todich Floral Design has created a list for brides that show the availability of wedding flowers per month, as well as listing when the flowers are at their most affordable rate.
Autumn Weddings – Autumn is a beautiful time of year which shades the world into a stunning hue of gold’s, reds and oranges. October is the last month in wedding season as there is large decline in ceremonies during the colder months, although in recent years, autumn weddings are on the rise as many venues offer discounted packages which many brides cannot refuse, autumn has a large variety of flowers which would work wonderfully within a bridal bouquet. Some autumn flowers include: celosia, snowberry, sedum, dahlias, ilex, newton, chrysanthemums, gladioli, amaryllis, birds of paradise, scabiosa, heliconia, lisianthus, limonium, platycodon, achillea, poppy heads and nerines.
London florist Todich Floral Design has created a list for brides that show the availability of wedding flowers per month, as well as listing when the flowers are at their most affordable rate.
Winter Bridal Flowers – Winter is the quietest season for weddings. The UK sees temperatures from zero degrees and is often covered in frost and ice. Winter ceremonies tend to be popular at Christmas time; otherwise many brides wait until the warmer weather. There are still many flowers available if you are after a winter wonderland wedding. Some winter wedding flowers include: ilex, amaryllis, capsicum, birds of paradise, agapanthus, hypericum, aster, heliconia, Amaryllis, iris, roses and freesias are very still popular for winter wedding flowers.
Wedding florist Todich Floral Design has created a list for brides that show the availability of wedding flowers per month, as well as listing when the flowers are at their most affordable rate.
All year round Wedding Flowers–On top of the seasonal flowers, brides are fortunate enough to be able to choose flowers which last all year round. These flowers include phlox, sweet william, bouvardia, anthurium, primroses, hyacinth, ranunculus, phalaenopsis orchids, lisianthus, freesia, chincherinchee, hypericum, rosemary, rose, gerbera, lily, carnation, gypsophila, astroemeria, anthurium, wax flower, chrysanthemum, statis, veronica and trachelium.