We appreciate how special your big day is, so we’ve put together a new range of wedding flowers full of beautiful designs in a variety of styles.
There’s the traditional Graceful Rose & Stephanotis Scented Bridal Bouquet, full of different subtle shades of white which give a sense of timeless elegance. The bouquet is made up of 12 Akito large-headed roses, 12 stephanotis blooms and 8 white large-headed roses.
For something a little different, there’s the Crimson Gerbera & Orchid Shower Bridal Bouquet, which makes a great statement, as the crimson gerberas look fantastic against the purest white. This contemporary bouquet is certain to make a lasting impression.
There are also corsages and buttonholes available as part of the new collection. The Soft Pink Rose Wrist Corsage is stylish and can add a hint of vintage chic to the outfit of any bridesmaid or special wedding guest. For the gentlemen at your wedding, the Chic White Calla Lily Buttonhole would add an elegant finishing touch to an outfit.
For those going to a wedding and wishing to take flowers as gifts, there’s also the Wedding Gifts range. This includes congratulations bouquets, champagne, chocolates and luxury floral designs.
If you’re in need of a bit of inspiration then we’ve put together a number of different wedding trends…
Seaside Wedding incorporates bright, fresh flowers with a romantic seaside setting. Francisco Orts-Martinez, from Parkwood Florists in Bournemouth, has created this combination of fresh white flowers, pearls and crystals.
If you don’t know how to find your local Interflora florist, but would like to talk to them about wedding flowers, then you can use our Florist Referral Service. Give us a call and let us know what you want and we’ll put you in touch with your local expert.
For more information, to have any questions answered, or to use the Florist Referral Service simply call the Interflora Wedding Team on 0844 375 1448 or visit out Wedding Flowers page.
You can get our blog posts delivered for free by email - simply add your email address to the box below or alternatively grab the RSS feed.
Don't forget to follow Interflora on Twitter