If you're looking for seasonal, locally grown, British wedding flowers, then we have one of the best selections of suppliers across the country. Many of our flower farmers grow organically or without pesticides, and offer DIY wedding flowers or 'buckets' of flowers for the DIY bride. Alongside fresh flowers there are a handful of suppliers of alternative eco friendly paper flowers and dried flowers.
Wild Bunch is a small cut flower garden on the north Herefordshire, Shropshire border. Tammy grows an abundant selection of beautiful flowers, foliage and herbs, and designs unique and beautiful arrangements - from small and intimate bouquets and posies, to large floral arrangements.
Barney and Victoria grow glorious garden flowers in the beautiful old walled garden at Stokesay Court on the Shropshire/Herefordshire border with Wales. They specialise in growing lovely and unusual varieties and provide a friendly traditional floristry service, as well as flowers by the bucket.
Growing flowers and foliage with tender loving care not chemicals around their Nottinghamshire barn. Once gathered from their gardens, they use their homegrown flowers and foliage to create evocative, naturally-styled florals for weddings. Environmentally conscious in all aspects of their business.
A flower garden and floral design studio growing and arranging artisan flowers and greenery for weddings. Holly-Bee Flowers work with the seasons and are passionate about British flowers and all the beauty they bring. Their flowers are grown in a quintessentially English country garden in Dartington, Devon.
Unique alternatives to real wedding flowers. Kat creates beautifully folded, elegant arrangements created from a variety of high quality and reclaimed papers to produce stunning combinations of colour, form and shape. Origami flowers are timeless flowers that can last forever.
Catkin is a floristry business that grows their own English, seasonal flowers and foliage in a cutting garden in Lincolnshire - green and gorgeous is their motto! Rachel is known for her beautifully natural, seasonal style.
Stunning hand crafted paper flowers featuring beautiful paper roses, lilies, orchids and sunflowers. The range includes bouquets, flower crowns and decorations. All are eco-friendly and ethically produced and they are able to custom make some items.
With years experience arranging with garden flowers, Jo believes they look better, smell better and will give you an unforgettably natural wedding. She carefully sources her flowers from various growers in the local area. She's happy to supply DIY brides with vase hire or buckets of flowers.
Little Paddock Flowers is all about celebrating British grown, seasonal, country garden flowers. All their flowers are lovingly sown, grown, cut and conditioned by Jo and Charlotte. The flowers are combined with pickings and harvests of foliage from hedgerows and woodlands around the farm.
A bespoke wedding florist working in North Devon using wild and seasonal flowers and foliage, many homegrown in their cutting garden. They can provide all manner of floral designs, from a simple posy of garden roses to an extravagant arch filled with texture and colour.
Botanika is a Sussex based flower company specialising in custom floral arrangements for weddings, special occasions and styling projects. They create naturally beautiful, lush, organic designs using locally grown, sustainable flowers.
Organic Blooms is a community interest company specialising in growing cottage garden flowers and herbs using organic principles. They can supply you with beautiful bouquets and arrangements for your wedding.
For a more wild and wondrous wedding using locally grown flowers, visit Shelsley Herbs & Flowers 3 acre plot in the beautiful Teme Valley of Worcestershire. They grow unusual flowers and herbs and often grow to order. They love to design fragrant and thoughtful arrangements that are totally unique.
Floribunda Rose are a floral foam free florist who use locally sourced British flowers and foliage wherever possible and support artisan businesses, including hand dyed ribbons. They aim to reflect your style as a couple and ensure that your flowers are beautiful, seasonal and smell amazing!
Denise is an artisan florist and small scale flower grower in North Suffolk. She grows and arranges cottage garden flowers for weddings and other celebrations. Her style is natural and seasonal with a particular emphasis on colour.
Bouquets and Butterflies grow seasonal, English flowers for country style weddings. Their flowers are organic and eco friendly and make beautiful arrangements for a natural, vintage look. They are based on the Cambridgeshire/Suffolk border and provide field grown flowers for weddings across East Anglia.
Seasonal, natural flowers, arranged with an instinctive passion. BareBlooms never buy in from aboard, all home-grown or sourced from other British growers. Specialising in free-form arrangements which make the most of the natural movement of the flowers. Also offers a DIY service.
Fletcher & Foley arrange and style flowers for weddings and events. Inspired by the seasons, texture is key to their designs. There’s a little home grown beauty in there too, think redcurrants with dahlias, asparagus with branches of plum or quince blossom and lots of scented sweet peas.
Seasonal country garden flowers, all field-grown, for weddings. Charlie grows glorious old-fashioned and unusual flowers and foliage and creates beautiful seasonal bouquets. Can grow specifically, for example glorious scented sweet pea arches grown in containers and brought to your wedding.
Providing country garden style wedding flowers with a personal touch. Their flowers are seasonal, natural and always freshly picked.http://www.valegardenflowers.co.uk
A mother and daughter duo creating wedding flowers from local Peak District growers and their own garden. Real 'country garden' flowers.http://www.francesandrose.co.uk
Jan grows organic cut flowers on her cutting patch and has a wealth of ideas and a field of gorgeous, fresh flowers from which to choose your favourites.http://www.jwblooms.co.uk
Flowermug uses homegrown and locally sourced flowers, seeking out quiet connections among the blooms, setting and people involved in your day.http://www.flowermug.co.uk
They grow over 40 varieties of beautiful English cut flowers on the family farm in Lancashire. Specialising in vintage and country style wedding flowers.http://www.theflowerfarm.co.uk
Growing traditional English cottage garden and meadow style flowers on their working farm. Providing simple arrangements and DIY flowers.http://www.hollowmeadowsflowers.co.uk
Creative natural designs with seasonal, scented flowers and herbs, and lots of foliage. Angela grows a selection of flowers in her cutting garden.http://www.petalandtwig.co.uk
Flowers are grown on site using only natural methods. Their bridal bouquets convey the joy of walking through a field of flowers.http://www.theflowerhive.co.uk
Scented, traditional cottage-garden flowers without the air miles grown from seed to bouquet. Different packages available including DIY flower buckets.http://www.delamereflowerfarm.co.uk
Beautiful, natural wedding flowers, grown at their cutting garden in Hellingly. Stunning and original bouquets, buttonholes and venue decor.http://www.sussexcuttinggarden.co.uk
Their flowers are seasonal, local & sustainably grown and are handpicked fresh from the garden, ready to make your wedding day even more beautiful.http://www.theflowerpatch.co.uk
Organic, seasonal cut flowers chosen for their fragrance and colour. From hand-tied bouquets to buckets of seasonal flowers for DIY weddings.http://www.inbloomdevon.co.uk
Eco-florist specialising in seasonal British flowers and local foliages, working with nature to turn wedding dreams into reality.http://www.wildandwondrousflowers.co.uk
Natural floral design for your wedding day, incorporating seasonal and British flowers wherever possible, including flowers from their cutting garden.http://www.floristintheforest.co.uk
Gorgeous eco-friendly bouquets using their own field-grown flowers and other local, seasonal flowers and foliage.http://www.bloominggreenflowers.co.uk