Top ten wedding florists in the UK

Alice is quite new to the flower scene but OH MY isn’t she a FAB addition. She’s also just opened her very own ALL PINK shop and I cannot recommend her enough.

Here’s what she says about her and her work:

“I am based in East Sussex, UK trying to spread a little bit of love, one flower at a time. My cat, Sunny, is my number one fan and the reason why I do this – if my blooms can make anyone nearly as happy as he makes me, then my job is done. I LOVE experimenting with colour and am having a bit of an affair with metallics and rainbow dye at the moment. On my days off you will most likely find me dancing down the street with a pint of Guiness and slice of cake in hand.”

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Shilpa Reddy Flower Design

I can’t remember how or when I came across Shilpa‘s work but I just fell in love with it straight away.

“Shilpa Reddy Flower Design combines traditional floral approaches with innovative design principles, crafting elegant, bespoke experiences for the customer whether that be a wedding or special event, or even transforming spaces in locations. Shilpa also holds floral workshops for those who want to try their hand at flower designs, over a glass of champagne in a welcoming environment.” Based in London.

Amanda Jane Flowers

I have worked multiple times with Amanda. She is incredibly talented, knows how to work with a brief and always comes up with the loveliest arrangements.

Covers London and South East.

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Floral Evolution

When I found Catherine’s work, I could not believe my eyes. Her moody and delicate arrangements are so beautiful they belong in museums. 

Catherine is a wedding florist based in Catford, South East London, and caters for the bride that is looking for something a bit different from the norm. She specialises in offering a bespoke service for weddings, where detailed intricate designs will be delivered for your big day.
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Saint Floral

One for the romantics, Hannah makes dreams come true. Based in Newbury, her work is perfect if what you are looking for are wild and big bouquets or installations. Her flowers are moody and ethereal.

Iris and Co Floral Design

Gemma is an art lover and it shows. Her work is beautiful and precise, and her flowers are subtly arranged together to create this wow factor that everyone dreams of for their wedding.

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Don't settle petal

Don’t settle, Petal is a Floristry business based in the pretty rural town of Oakham in Rutland. Jody creates floral designs that are wild, edgy and have a touch of 70s boho mixed with 80s neon. How fucking dreamy.

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Wild Renata Flowers

I have worked with Lara on several occasions and I hope to do so again many many times! Her work is so moody and wild, textured and dramatic, it’s just PERFECT for my troubled soul (almost kidding). 

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Hazel Gardiner Design

Hazel is such an incredible talent, I couldn’t not feature her here. Her flowers are colourful and whimsical, so fun and yet modern and trendy, with such interesting shapes.

Hazel Gardiner is a London based, floral designer and event stylist whose work is inspired by art and design. She focuses on shape, texture and colour to produce inspiring and conceptual arrangements. Whether crafting a single bouquet or a large installation she relishes translating a brief, combining unexpected elements and the natural beauty of flowers to create something truly special.

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Fine Stems

I love how modern Fine Stems‘ flowers are, especially their monochrome-y and block-y arrangements. Trend setters for sure!

Hedges and Flowers

Elise is based in Kent and her flowers are wild and natural, always delicate. She always posts the nicest flowers on instagram too so it’s definitely worth following her, just for that!  

She has won the best florist award this year – and trust me, it’s totally deserved!

Lily Lupin

In her own words, Lisa makes wild and romantic arrangements – so romantic and beautiful that she is a Rock My Wedding supplier! Her arrangements look like they’ve just been picked up from a field, that’s how good she is.

Dove and Myrtle

Jane is fun and colourful and her flowers are exactly like her, wild and spontaneous. She mixes perfectly colours, shapes and textures, with a playful twist.

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