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Wed's guide to flowers: pastels

Oh-so pretty pastels for timeless and on-trend wedding blooms


Strike a pastel-pretty scene by selecting flowers with a softer colour scheme: perfect for spring/summer celebrations where sorbet and ice cream shades reflect the season to spellbinding effect.

Mix pale colours from a similar pastel tone for a more eclectic look (think beige, thistle, tan, plum and light blue), or choose a primary hue with flowers from the entire spectrum, from candy to peony and light coral. Add brighter pops for a more vibrant aesthetic, or splice foliage and neutrals into the mix for a more muted, pared-back theme.

Whether you favour your flowers on the wild and rustic side, statement displays, or prefer neater and more elegant arrangements, pastels can be used focally or to simply enhance the overall decor of your day in a number of customised ways, from romantic bouquets to potted blooms (small or oversized), festoons, centrepieces and dotted throughout your venue in glassware.

Here's some gorgeous pastel floristry from the professionals to help you envision how your own wedding flowers might look on W-day...

Blew Flowers

Down By The River Florals

Down By The River Florals

Down By The River Florals

Emma Hewlett (Maxi Photography)

Emma Hewlett (Maxi Photography)

Emma Hewlett (Maxi Photography)

George Mackay

Simon Nickell Design

The Garden Gate Flower Company

The Garden Gate Flower Company

Twigs & Greens

Twigs & Greens

Twigs & Greens (Dan Ward)

Blew Flowers blewflowers.co.uk
Down By The River Florals downbytheriverflorals.co.uk
Emma Hewlett emmahewlett.co.uk
Simon Nickell Design simonnickelldesign.com
The Garden Gate Flower Company thegardengateflowercompany.co.uk
Twigs & Greens twigsandgreens.co.uk

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