Did you know that there are literally hundreds of different varieties of White, Nude, Blush or Red Roses, not just one or two per colour group?
West Sussex Wedding florists spend a great deal of time learning and mentally documenting which are the most reliable varities of Roses to use in your wedding flower recipe.
For example, there are small Pink Roses, large Pink Roses, Pink Roses that take an age to open up to their most stunning, Pink Roses that open up really quickly, and the of course there’s finding that perfect shade of Pink for your colour pallette.
Through experimenting, meticulous research, and trial and error, we as wedding florists begin to build a catalogue of those wedding flowers that will look the most perfect on your wedding day.
Why is this important?
Well, it all comes down to trust. You want to know that your wedding florist is making decisions that are based on years of knowledge and experience, so that you know you’re in the best hands.
Image: Imogen Eve Photography
Lover of bakeries, pretty fabrics and Etsy. When I’m not planning gorgeous wedding flowers for my beautiful couples, I’m doting on my little rescue dog, attending a gig, eating pizza or I’m glued to my laptop working when I should probably be relaxing.