(I) Do // Wedding Flowers

Earlier this week Busby and I ended up at the garden centre with my Mutti. The three generations together.

Busby loved the garden centre; the different smells and textures. It was like a free baby sensory class. She especially loved a beautiful rose that my Mutti bought for her garden, and spent a lot of the time chatting away to it whilst it swayed in the breeze. Being a baby must be crazy!

Anyway, whilst we were there I fell in love with a few flowers, and it got me thinking about our impending wedding. Our colour scheme is white, yellow and blue, and we’re getting married in August (2014 – don’t worry, I’m not leaving planning the wedding flowers super late!). Which flowers are going to be around?

I came across this gorgeous David Austin Crocus Rose, which is perfect for the colour scheme and is stunning.

I also fell in love with these blue hydrangeas, and I have been reliably informed that they are very easy to grow!

And obviously the beautiful, happy sunflower will have to make an appearance!

Can you think of any flowers that would fit in with our colour scheme? I’ve created a Pinterest board with some bouquet ideas, but I’m always looking for new inspiration!

Busby and I off to meet up with some of the lovely Brighton Bloggers today for a picnic in the sun.
Have a lovely weekend!

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  1. 6th July 2013 / 5:19 pm

    Hydrangeas are really easy to grow and look great – my sister had them in her bouquet a few Augusts ago but if you grow them yourself you have to get the soil right to give you blue ones – I think it’s something to do with tea bags round the stem – mine always come up pink!

    • 7th July 2013 / 2:58 pm

      My Mutti mentioned that! Definitely will give it a go 🙂 Thanks for your comment xx

  2. 6th July 2013 / 7:52 pm

    Stocks come in white and blue delphiniums will add great drama…Cornflowers. all of which are pretty easy to grow I think. Hope it helps
    And yes Hydranger grow well from cuttings but you would need to check if they need acidic / alkaline soil to get the colour right.

    • 7th July 2013 / 2:59 pm

      Thanks love! Some great ideas there *heads over to Pinterest* xx

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