Bring a little floral charm to your wedding with the help of these creative London florists
Whether you’re after an alternative bridal bouquet to carry down the aisle, or striking centrepieces for your tables, these floral magicians will certainly come up trumps.
Find a bridal bouquet in London
Add a discreet little twist to your bouquet with one of Amy Keeper’s pendants. She’ll place a picture of your choosing in a teeny frame – for a bit of nostalgic sentiment to accompany your flowers. £100.
Do away with flowers entirely and opt for a bouquet made of brooches. Fragrance free they might be, but we quite like these dainty options by Debbie Carlisle – with the added advantage that they’ll never wilt. From £175 per bouquet.
If a posy sounds passé, look to Love Blooms for a more creative take on your wedding stems. The flower designers think outside the box, designing eccentric adornments like a headdress made of flowers and a cake-stand packed with plants.
Slick weddings need a slick florist – and there’s none better than McQueens. Based in Old Street, the shop turns out accomplished arrangements for high profile clients and can turn a plain wedding venue into a floral haven. View the McQueens listing
Farmhouse-chic flowers can be aced in a jiffy at this gorgeous florist. Click onto the online gallery (and prepare to coo at length) to see various bowls packed with a sea of pastel roses and precision-arranged bouquets of spring blooms. Lovely. View the Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart listing
Kate Moss ordered her wedding flowers here, so they must be good. The local Kensal Rise shop is deliciously creative and specialises in natural looking wedding flowers that can be arranged in the countless vintage jugs, glassware and vases the florist has at its disposal. View the Scarlet & Violet listing
They have their naysayers, but roses still have the power to make most girls swoon – certainly Vive La Rose know how to make them romantic, rather than clichéd. The rose specialist can add a vintage twist to your blooms, as well as arrange colour themes and arrangements. View the Vive La Rose listing