Choosing flowers for your big day is one of many tough dilemmas in the build up to your wedding.
From the bridal bouquet to the corsages to the flower girls and all your floral arrangements throughout your ceremony site, there’s plenty to consider. You can spend days, weeks and months trawling through wedding albums, looking for the perfect choices but to save time and money, your best bet is a trip to the Brighton Flower Company.
The team of creative, friendly and highly skilled florists are able to give advice on everything from how to create the perfect arrangement to the best seasonal choices, as well as how to best care for your purchase.
Run by the team of floral experts, the shop is based on Western Road, Brighton and offers the opportunity to walk in and see for yourself the vast variety of high quality flowers which are sourced from a mix of local and international growers.
Whether you’re a bride on a budget or you’re looking to spend big, the specialists at the Brighton Flower Company can put together a special package unique to you. Just choose your theme and leave the hard work up to them.
They deliver across Brighton and Hove as well as offering a national and international delivery service, making sure you’re catered for no matter where you choose to spend your big day.
So if you’re looking to take the stress out of flower arrangements or you just need a helping hand from the experts, visit the Brighton Flower Company before you say ‘I do’.
HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT SEASONAL FLOWERS
There are many things to take into account when choosing your wedding flowers. By this stage you’ll probably have a colour theme in mind and almost certainly a budget to work to. In terms of choice the possibilities are endless, you can source almost any flower at any time of the year if you’re prepared to pay for them but the team at The Brighton Flower Company recommend using locally sourced seasonal flowers to get the best value for money.
Roses are readily available all year round and red varieties are particularly striking in a winter bouquet, either alone or contrasted with white and finished with green foliage or berries. Spring or summer brides may choose to opt for pastel shades of pink or vibrant blues and purples using tulips, peonies and locally sourced garden roses, whilst a striking autumnal bouquet can be achieved with calla lilies and marigolds.
For more information please visit www.thebrightonflowercompany.co.uk
Dan has written numerous articles for Title Sussex. He no longer works for Title Media and has made a confident career in the world of coffee!