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I'm bored of flower walls and floral chandeliers - what's a striking way to show off my blooms?

I'm bored of flower walls and floral chandeliers - what's a striking way to show off my blooms?


Written by Katie Byrne


Karen Barnes of Interflora answers this reader's floral predicament...

 

The question: I'm bored of the flower wall and floral chandeliers - how else can I show off my blooms?

The answer: There are so many ways you can use flowers for your wedding, and your florist will have loads of suggestions based on the size and style of your venue.

See more of Sarah and Dan's wedding here; image: Candid Frank Photography

Arches are wonderful in the autumnal season, as they can be created effectively with branches as the structure, adding your blooms and foliage for colour.

See more of Riya and Richard's wedding here; photography: Lemonade Pictures.

Add pots of flowers at the base and scatter rose petals around the base of the arch for an extra-pretty finish.

See more of Bianca and Sam's wedding here; image: Samantha Ward Photography.

The Interflora wedding bouquets and arrangements pictured are designed to order to showcase the creativity of Interflora’s expert wedding florists and to provide ideas and inspiration for brides-to-be. Visit interflora.co.uk/weddings to see more, as well as to search for a trusted Interflora florist closest to your home or venue. Prices for Interflora wedding designs are dependent upon individual briefs and consultations. 


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