Roses

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Roses are a classic choice for any wedding flowers day – they’re an all-time favourite for many brides. The most natural way to use roses is a combination of all the different kinds in one bunch – baby, large-headed, and garden roses. They look exquisite when the sizes and colours blend together in a bouquet or table display.

Berries

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In the Autumn months, there are several different types of berry available in an array of colours to use in your floral arrangements and bouquets – including green, orange, red, and brown. Hypericum, rubus, rose hips and snowberries are most popular in floral arrangements for a variety of weddings.

Hydrangea

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Hydgrangeas came in large bunches. They are extremely popular in white for classic weddings, but they also come in light blue, light pink, magenta, purple and even shades of green! Only available in the Autumn, the hydrangea has a long life span and can often be dried in vases or from fresh.

Alliums

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These purple flowers have long stems, perfect for tall bouquets and long vases. They work really well in romantic spring bouquets with pinks and purples, but also in contemporary arrangements as they have a strong shape that makes a statement.

Amaryllis

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Large flowers, amaryllis resemble the lily. They can last up to ten days in vases or arrangements – longer than many other flowers. They main colours for amaryllis are red and white, with new pink shades proving to be very popular.

Clematis

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Clematis used to be flowers exclusive to the garden, but a new variety means they can be used in floral arrangements. The colours range from blue to purple to magenta. They look good in meadow style arrangements as the little flower heads come in different levels.

Bouvardia

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Bouvardia is a cute little flower. The main colours bouvardia come in are red, white, and an array of pink shades. They would make the perfect flower for summer wedding flowers with this colour scheme.