Wedding flowers


Getting married is an exciting time, and choosing the flowers for the day is a huge part of that. Whether you want bright and vibrant, or vintage, pastel and romantic, choose the flowers that mean something to you and that you love. Do you want fluffy Ammi that looks like wild cow parsley but is available long after it is over, Lilac in May or Buddleia in summer? Whatever you like, even if it's out of season, we can try and find a similar alternative. Looking for scented, think narcissi, hyacinths, sweet peas, roses, rosemary, lavender, pelargonium leaves and peonies. You want the wild flower look? Then think foxgloves, ammi, mint, lemon balm, cornflowers, poppies, corn and trailing ivy. We can also usually provide dried flower confetti. 


Flowers are available from the end of March to October. E-mail Sheila at or ring for a chat on 01580 240838. Flowers for DIY brides are sold by the bucket - pick your own or I can pick and condition for you. 


If you would like a little more support for the day I work with some amazing florists who can help you with putting your vision together.  If you would like to make your own bouquet but are not sure whether you have the skills, why not come to  our Bouquet and Buttonhole workshop.


Price List for flowers and extras


Bucket of the best flowers picked and conditioned £65- approximately 80-90 stems


Half bucket of the best flowers picked and conditioned £32.50 approximately 40-45 stems



Dried flower confetti available from July- £4 a bag.









April -The beautiful Louisa on the way to marry Sam - the brief was Spring flowers, natural style. Fantastic photo

by The Little Photo Company.

April- A countrystyle buttonhole for a hunting, shooting and fishing groom.

April -White and green bouquet for April wedding. Stunning mix of lily of the valley, ranunculus, Maureen double tulips, and silver pear, with a bit of hidden myrtle for marital bliss.

Mid May wedding - table centres

Beautiful ball of Blue Hen flowers put together by Charlotte Molesworth May wedding

May Wedding - Beautiful ball of Blue Hen Flowers put together by Charlotte Molesworth. 

Late May wedding flowers in buckets and ready to go.

May The beautiful bride and her bridesmaids made up the table decorations whilst a bevy of babies rolled around on a rug. 


Early June - The bouquet where all the best elements came at once- paeonies, poppies  and  roses in their prime. So pleased for this very lovely bride.  photo credit

photo credit 

photo credit

Early June wedding - so relaxed and informal with a wild flower theme.

Mid June Wedding  - hot hot hot temperatures hit 40 degrees in the barn. This hay wagon was dressed to look as if it had just come in from the harvest.

Bridesmaids bouquet by Blue Hen Flowers -photo by Sam Yardley photography

Image by Sam Yardley Photography

Bridesmaids bouquets by Blue Hen Flowers, Brides bouquet by Astilbe and Sorrell and gorgeous photography by Sam Yardley Photography


July wedding The lovely Mr and  Mrs Jack T . Gorgeous photos by

Mid July wedding

July -A small bouquet of clematis, Chandos Beauty and Champagne Moment roses, white Scabious and honeysuckle. 


Sweet pea wedding in July. All photos taken by wedding photographer Rich Lehmann The Other Day Photography

Sweet pea wedding Photo credit Rich Lehmann

Early August wedding - Louise's wonderful smile says it all. Stunning

Mid August wedding  of fab Robyn and Chay at

Heavenly flowergirl

Posies in basket waiting for the flower girls

Early September A glorious late summer wedding. Flowers brilliantly put together by the brides mother. 

Where modern art meets vintage flowers at a September wedding

The cake and Blue Hen Flowers

Images from the lovely Laura's September wedding- photos by Leela Bennett. 

September wedding flowers Photo credit

   Late October wedding with lovely subtle sultry colours-bit of bias on this one as it was for my very beautiful daughter.

Accessories such as kilner jars, bird cages and jugs sometimes available to borrow.

Dried flower confetti 

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