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Friday 18th January 2019

Bursting into Spring



Springtime is one of our favourite seasons at Eden Blooms.  Shorter days and harsh frosts are firmly behind us. We begin to embrace more daylight hours, the warm Spring sunshine and all the lusciousness that the months ahead have to offer.  The cutting garden begins to burst with new life. Spring blooms, available at our fingertips, in an abundance of colours, shapes and textures.  After months of careful planning, nurturing and eagerly awaited anticipation. The first batch of seasonal flowers arrive, in all their glory. This for any florist, is beyond exciting.

We are often asked by our brides.... “I've seen these, but I’m not sure if they are in season?”  We wanted to share with you, some of our favourites, that this glorious season has to offer.  These are just a few of the types of blooms you might expect to find, if you are planning a Springtime wedding;

Tulips-These little gems come in a vast array of colours.  From peaches through to dark plums.  Their shape and sophistication is simple and elegant.  A favourite choice to add texture is the aptly named ‘honeymoon tulip’ with its delicately frayed edges.

Narcisissi-also known as daffodils by many.  ‘Bridal Crown’ is a miniature version and adds delicacy and the perfect touch to a Spring Bridal bouquet.

Ranunclus-we simply cannot get enough of the blousy ranunculus.  When at its peak the size of these blooms never fails to deliver. They look great in table arrangements available in whites through to deep Maroons.  Peach ranunculus in Spring paired with vibrant green of viburnum is in our opinion, a gorgeous combination.

Muscari-the tiniest of blooms available in white, pink & blue.  This little chap brings a touch of elegance to any Spring Wedding. We love to use this to wire into buttonholes and corsage’s to add a touch of colour.

Do take a look at our Pinterest boards dedicated to each season to inspire your choice of flowers for your wedding.

First Image by Guy Collier.  All other images by Eden Blooms Florist.

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