The quintessential, instantly recognisable, daffodil must be the happiest looking flower alive. With their bouncing heads and cheery yellow, orange and white palette, narcissus are the perfect flower for an early Spring wedding. They look beautiful paired with plenty of foliage.
The ever-lovable tulip comes in an extraordinary array of colours. The simplest styles are very affordable but tulips are now grown in ever increasing variety, including the double tulip (often mistaken for a peony) and lacy and ruffle edged tulips.
To the untrained eye, the gorgeous ranunculus is often mistaken for a rose. With froths and frills aplenty, it is a perfect bridal flower and comes in an array of whites, peaches, pinks, reds and oranges. A ruffly delight.
Lilacs come in pink, white, pale and dark purple. They are most famous for their fabulous scent. The cluster of small delicate flowers gives great impact set amongst other springtime flowers such as fritillaria and hyacinth.
The indisputable queen of the wedding flowers! The huge, frothy, gorgeous peony is the perfect bridal flower but has a relatively short season (late April to early July). Peonies come in white, cream, pinks, corals and reds.
Garden roses are the height of summer wedding beauty. Available in a huge array of colours, and some heavily scented, these luxurious roses are quintessentially British and suit both formal and relaxed floral styles.
These delicate, highly scented beauties come in a wide variety of colours and look glorious en-masse or to accompany statement flowers such as roses or peonies. In season, sweet peas are usually British grown and are very sweet indeed.
Well known as luxurious wedding flowers, hydrangea come in a wide variety of colours from palest perfect blue to deep reds and burgundies. Hydrangea blooms can be enormous and give a fantastic "Bridgerton" look in floral arches, urns and other arrangements.
When you think all the glory of Summer has ended...Boom! Here arrives the dahlia. In a stunning array of colours and shapes, there is a dahlia for every wedding. The Duchess of Dahlias is Cafe Au Lait (pictured).
Chrysanthemum blooms carry an unfortunate reputation for being cheap, unattractive flowers. The Xanth bloom, however, is a beautiful luxury flower of exquisite structure and is available in fabulous autumnal tones including mauves and bronzes.
The simple and perfectly formed anemone with its distinctive dark centre really stands out from the crowd. It creates an elegant, refined bouquet with a wintery feel and comes in reds, purples, and whites. A showstopper.
In floristry, the flower is used in its lovely berry form and is available in burgundy, red, pink, coral and white. It is used to create a perfectly festive look with velvety roses and deepest greens.