A September wedding bouquet of cutting garden flowers by Catkin Flowers. From wwww.GreenUnion.co.uk - A wedding resource and supplier directory focused on stylish and sustainable wedding celebrations.

FLOWERS: Why you should choose seasonal and English flowers for your wedding

A September wedding bouquet of cutting garden flowers by Catkin Flowers. From wwww.GreenUnion.co.uk - A wedding resource and supplier directory focused on stylish and sustainable wedding celebrations.

Book: Cut Flower Patch; photo Jason Ingram. Gardenista

Required Reading: The Cut Flower Patch

A day in the life… The Garden Gate Flower Company in Cornwall | The Natural Wedding Company

A Day in the Life ... The Garden Gate Flower Company: heavenly Cornish meadow bouquets amidst the mud and farm life

A day in the life… The Garden Gate Flower Company in Cornwall | The Natural Wedding Company

Wildflowers in jewel tones, mason jars filled with queen anne's lace, liatris, delphinium, larkspur and cosmos or   zinnias

Will & Becky's Backyard Wedding

Wildflowers in jewel tones, mason jars filled with queen anne's lace, liatris, delphinium, larkspur and cosmos or zinnias

Going the colorful, casual route for the wedding flowers? Consider zinnias in tin cans. by bduck is awesome

Going the colorful, casual route for the wedding flowers? Consider zinnias in tin cans. by bduck is awesome

Loose, whimsical centerpiece of anemones, ranunculus, garden roses, carnations, sweet pea, chocolate cosmos, french tulips, and kumquats.

Loose, whimsical centerpiece of anemones, ranunculus, garden roses, carnations, sweet pea, chocolate cosmos, french tulips, and kumquats.

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