Month: October 2015

Creative ways to use Gypsophila as your wedding flower

As a Shropshire florist I love flowers, but one of my favourites is Gypsophila or Baby’s Breath as it is sometimes refered. I’m one for a bit of ‘Gyp’ in a jam jar as a sideboard or table dressing. It’s whimsical, effortless but oh so pretty. Once seen as just a filler to a larger flower arrangement, and there was a time when Gyp fell out of favour because some thought it looked dated. Today Gypsophila is being viewed as a flower in its own right. With the vintage renaissance that this decade has encouraged, a bit of Gyp...

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Winter wedding flowers ideas

If you’re a Bride who’s opted for a winter wedding, there are many seasonal flowers to choose from when your getting married. The winter months of December, January and February offer an abundance of seasonal choice for wedding flower arrangements, Groom buttonholes and bridal bouquets. The availability of spruce, pine cones, viburnum and hypericum, can add texture and serious seasonal appeal to winter wedding flowers on your big day.     The Big Little Things wedding florist’s have put together some winter wedding floral inspiration; these seasonal flower arrangements feature elements like snowberries, holly and evergreen boughs, which will add a festive touch...

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