Which flowers are best for a July wedding?
Updated: May 23
One of the favourite months for Summer weddings, long nights and hopefully hot days.
It's a greatest time of year for flowers, especially British Flowers with one of the largest choices available. So which to choose? Worried that you are unsure of flower names?
Not a problem - just ask us for ideas and check out the following flowers...
All the summer favourites are around, roses, gypsophila, freesia, gerbera are year round favourites but if you want seasonal flowers at their best, check out our list below.
However...Roses are at their best in July...
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A cottage garden classic, perfect for large arrangements or compact wedding bouquets.
Big and showy and adding a touch of vintage glamour.
Colour choices: White, cream, green, red, blue, pink shades.
Wedding bouquet of white hydrangea and Blush roses.
Tall funnel shaped flowers on tall slim stems. There are 2 main types - the tall varieties used for large flower design such as a pedestal arrangement for a Church and the dainty "Bridal" varieties which are perfect for bouquets and table decorations in vases.
Colour choices - most colours (not blue).
A highly scented cottage garden favourite. burgundy. Perfect for bouquets and table decorations.
Colour choices: Pastels pinks, lilac, cream, white and deep purple to burgundy.
A tall stately garden favourite. Perfect for tall arrangements and tied bouquets.
Colour choices: white, pink, blue shades.
A bushy, daisy-like flower. Perfect for tied bouquets and smaller floral designs. The brown centres are great to use in buttonholes.
Colour choices: Warm yellows, terracotta red and burnt orange
Meaning our souls are united
Perfect for bouquets, wild style designs, rustic weddings.
Colour choices pure white, cream,pinks,deep pink, lilac, purple.
Small flower nicknamed the pincushion plant. Perfect for tied bouquets and vase arrangements for tables.
Colour choices: pale lilac, sky blue - sometimes white, pink/burgundy
Wedding bouquet - wild style including scabious, roses and ferns.
The UK peony season is quite short, usually the flower peaks Late April to June but often peonies are still available in the month of July. Have a second choice just in case. We normally recommend garden roses which are a little smaller but very similar in look.
Large scented flowers - you can see why they are the number one choice for weddings.
If you need flower advice for your wedding please get in touch, we love to help!