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Lavender Green Flowers

Monday, May 1, 2017 - 12:15

With over 30 weddings in the next few months, the Lavender Green Flowers summer is packed full of the most spectacular celebrations at some of their favourite venues including Two Temple Place, The V&A, The Wallace Collection, Banqueting House and the Natural History Museum.

One of the best things about summer is the wealth of flowers that come into season, the vast range of colour available and the possibilities this provides the team with to meet each and every bride’s vision.

This year, Lavender Green Flowers is loving:

Mother’s Choice peonies – a new species of peony only released last year, the Mother’s Choice peony is the most beautiful, subtle, barely there blush pink. Expect to see much more of this flower!

Astilbe – this feathery flower is the perfect addition to any bridal bouquet. It softly breaks a definitive shape and gives a delicate and romantic feel to the design.

Waxflower – the ideal flower for any bride looking for a ‘wild meadow’ flower feel. These gorgeous small, white headed flowers come in clusters on a stem with leaves which are similar to rosemary.

Stocks – this staple favourite has a fragrance to die for and comes in a whole host of colours, making it the perfect flower for both a memorable look and perfume.

Birch trees – the go to for a more ‘woodland’ look. Hung with globe nightlights, scattered with p-lights and moss based, this is the perfect way to bring the outside in; helpful with the unpredictability of the English weather!

Foliage garlands – whether completely full of foliage or with clusters of flowers or even fruit, the foliage garland is a strong theme this summer. Providing maximum impact at minimum cost, a trailing foliage garland interspersed with lots of nightlights and candlesticks is a stunning look for weddings with long guest tables.

And as Lavender Green Flowers welcomes the summer sun, they look forward to bringing wedding flower installations and corporate event designs alike to new and interesting spaces, which are bound to become some of the favourite choices for brides and event planners alike.