Every wedding I photograph has flowers of some kind involved - I even had one wedding where they crafted floral backdrops out of paper! It actually looked amazing, check it out:
But for those less DIY creative wanting to book a supplier I have a bunch (pun intended) of suppliers I love to work with and here's a little list of them:
- Kent Based Wedding Florists -
The time of year was perfect for this choice of bouquet, however it was so easy to work with Penelope's myself, ordering an awesome bouquet for my Mum's 60th birthday - they do it all!
Michele's style to me is slightly more traditional but was able to create bouquets that perfectly matched in with the bridesmaids dresses which at times can be pretty hard to do!
To create such stunning bouquets in mid December is a hard task, and you just wouldn't know that it was borderline snowing outside with the warmth and condition of these flowers. Also, side note, Lucy is super nice to work with and a good communicator: we often chat on Instagram which makes her so easy to recommend.
- Cambridge Based Wedding Florists -
Wild Stems creations are so unique and so bespoke I couldn't help but mention them first. Particularly for Janki & Andy's wedding she created these traditional flower garlands and structures for the ceremony area that could be moved to the reception later. I mean, wow, talk about vibrancy.
I loved the classiness that came with these flowers - subtle colours but such contrast, not drawing away from the beautiful bride either.
I often bump into the head florist at Burwash Manor and she immediately remembered Sophie and her gorgeous bouquet and the vision she had for her day. It's great when florist's are so personal and get invested in to how your wedding day goes, you really get that impression from this florist.
Enjoy this helpful bit of direction for people I recommend hiring to supply your wedding flowers.
Cambridge based wedding photographer
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