Suppliers of Wedding Flowers in Cheshire and Merseyside

Wedding flowers are an essential and beautiful aspect of almost every occasion. An experienced florist will use their experience to advise and give you options to suit your preferred theme and taking into account the time of year. Aside from bridal bouquets, a florist will show you ideas for table centrepieces along with many other ideas about how to dress your wedding venue.

Planning flowers and centrepieces for your wedding can be a tricky task and that's why an experienced florist and designer, with your budget in mind, will be so invaluable.

Here’s some great ideas from wedding florists based in Cheshire and Merseyside from places like Liverpool, The Wirral, Chester, Stockport, Warrington and Wilmslow, whom you might want to get in touch with...

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Foam Wedding Flowers

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Foam wedding flowers can be kept forever. They come in a wide variety of colours. Each bouquet is made to order with the upmost care and attention to detail. I am a fully qualified florist with over 35 years experience so your flowers are made to the highest of standards. I use mainly foam flowers but can add other artificial flowers such as silk and velvet.

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This issue we asked the region's experts for their top tips on planning an al fresco wedding. Here, Jacqui Owen of Jacqui O Flowers shares her ideas for tailoring your big-day blooms. To create enchanting wedding florals for an outdoor wedding that not only look beautiful and memorable but also wow your guests creating an unforgettable experience as you say "I do," why not consider the following? Style. Consider the theme and style of your wedding to help you choose the right colour palette, flower varieties, and arrangements that complement the décor. Location. The landscape, surroundings, and setting of the venue can influence your flower arrangement choices.

Posted: 17 August 2023

On trend flower arrangements for summer 2023

With Summer here at last, it's time to elevate our flower arrangements in align with all the 2023 trends. Much like the fashion designs we follow year upon year, the world of florals is equally monitored for on-trend flowers and colours of the seasons. Bloomsbury Flowers are here with all the top tips on keeping your flower arrangements on trend for 2023. The luxury and longstanding florist (based in Covent Garden) has served some of London & the UK's most stylish venues and beyond with their individual designs and scents. With their reputation for premium and bespoke flower arrangements, they certainly know what they're talking about when it comes to flower trends.

Posted: 18 June 2023

Wedding flowers for a lifetime

If you fell in love with your wedding flowers, or perhaps your chosen blooms on the big day had a sentimental meaning, the experts from Gardening Express have named the best flowers to grow in your garden so you can have memories forever of your wedding day. Dahlias come in a variety of colours and sizes, they have a long vase life, which means they will look fresh and beautiful. Dahlias are also associated with love and commitment, making them a meaningful choice.

Posted: 14 April 2023

Blooming marvellous news for local Liverpool florist, Booker Flowers & Gifts

Local Liverpool florist Booker Flowers & Gifts has announced its acceptance into the Good Florist Guide as a full member. The Guide represents the gold standard when it comes to floristry and is the only merit-based florist directory in the world. Booker Flowers & Gifts was awarded this prestigious accolade by the Guide's advisory panel in December and owner Gemma Wakerley and the team are understandably over the moon. Commenting on their success Gemma says, "We're delighted to be accepted into the Good Florist Guide. We're passionate about flowers, design, quality and the service we give to each of our customers, so it's wonderful to have this recognised. What's special about our business is that we provide beautiful flowers that don't cost the earth. We're committed to being eco-friendly, as well as community-minded and buying responsibly is what we do."

Posted: 21 March 2023

The most popular 2023 trends according to Pinterest

To provide insight on the most popular wedding trends for spring 2023, the experts at Aura Print compiled a list of 25 popular trends after scouring Pinterest to discover the number of Pins for each. And here are the top 15 most popular spring 2023 wedding trends to be insipired by...First place for the most popular wedding trend for spring 2023 goes to the floral-themed trend. This trend had 22,148 Pins on the image sharing platform. It can include things like floral arches, flower-themed cakes or flower crowns. With a total of 11,765 Pins, the blue-themed wedding trend places second in the study. The trend also appeared on 116 Pinterest boards from 2022 onwards, cementing its popularity for the upcoming season. What is more, there's been a great interest in navy blue wedding invites, which had a whopping 16,725 Pins.

Posted: 15 March 2023

Booker Flowers and Gifts have won the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce Innovation in Business Award

Booker Flowers and Gifts, based in Mossley Hill, Liverpool, is proud to have won the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce Innovation in Business Award for Responsible Business Environment 2022. A recognition of the continued work it's doing to reduce the environmental impact of its business.

The florist was also awarded the Environmental and Climate award in 2021. To have won for a second year recognises the work the team are doing from year to year, examining each area of the business to make continued improvements. Owner Gemma Wakerley says, "We've been on a journey since 2015 to work in the most sustainable way possible, taking into account environmental and socio-economic factors. I'm pleased to see that such awards are now commonplace in the business community. This can only serve to increase what we're all doing to help preserve the world we live in. At Booker Flowers and Gifts being eco-friendly, community-minded and buying responsibly is part of what we do, and to be recognised for this fills us with pride."

Posted: 9 March 2023

Jacqui O has been accepted as a member of the exclusive Good Florist Guide

Everything is coming up roses for Nantwich-based floral designer Jacqui O who has been accepted as a full member of the exclusive Good Florist Guide, the gold standard in floristry and the only merit-based guide in the world. The Guide was founded by Caroline Marshall-Foster, editor of The Florist Magazine, as a way to ensure customers always receive top-quality floristry from businesses that value excellent customer service.

Jacqueline Owen, owner of Jacqui O was acknowledged with this accolade by the Guide's advisory panel and is absolutely delighted.

Posted: 16 February 2023

We sat down with local florist Debbie Bennett from Lilac & Thyme

We sat down with Debbie Bennett owner of Wirral-based florist Lilac & Thyme to find out more about her business.

Please tell us about Lilac & Thyme – We're a wedding florist based on The Wirral and are passionate about all we do! The business was born out of my passion for all things floral. I'm a self-taught florist and am fanatical about learning new skills. We work with creative flair to put together beautiful fresh and faux flower displays for all occasions. We love what we do and put our heart and soul into our work to ensure that your wedding flowers are all you've dreamed of and more. From consultation to the actual day, we're with you every step of the way, guiding you and recommending seasonal flowers and styles to suit your theme.

Posted: 22 December 2022

Somerset Blooms is a new Liverpool-based floristry business

New Liverpool-based floristry business Somerset Blooms was set up by Nathalie Somerset earlier this year, adopting environmentally friendly working practices. "I'm creative with how I run the company and always look for new ways to add to my eco promise. I source alternatives to poly- ribbon, wet foam and single-use plastics and use ribbon crafted from old plastic bottles, natural and earth-friendly agra wool and biodegradable plastics. I even grow some of the flowers myself," she tells us. Nathalie's most recent eco action is delivering flowers in her local area by bicyle. Bright pink with a basket on the front, its super-girly and a win win as she gets her daily dose of exercise while she works! Mainly though, it's because no fuel is used in the process.

Posted: 6 October 2022

The most Instagrammable wedding flowers

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Posted: 13 August 2022