Spring, summer, autumn, or winter, Harper has the perfect guide to choosing your seasonal wedding florals

You may not think it now, but when you look back at your wedding photographs you’ll realise what an impact flowers had on your big day.  From the bouquet you’ll carry down the aisle, to the decorations at your wedding venue, they are quite a prominent feature.

Whatever month you choose to tie the knot, we’ve got a floral suggestion to help you along the way. Expert wedding florist and Harper PartnerSonning Flowers, has shared with us their advice on the perfect blooms for each season.

Wedding flower ideas for every season

Whether you’re getting married in the hot summer sun or a on a snowy wintery day, we’ve pulled together expert floral suggestions to inspire you.

Spring floral ideas

  • Muscari
  • Anemone
  • Tulips
  • Blossom
  • Ranunculus

Flowers for your summer wedding

  • Garden roses
  • Hydrangea
  • Scabious
  • Peonies
  • Echeveria

Autumnal wedding flowers

  • Calla Lilies
  • Dahlia
  • Hypericum berries
  • Nerines
  • Celosia

Winter blooms for your wedding

  • Amaryllis
  • Eucharis
  • Euphorbia
  • Hellebores
  • Waxflower

Floral inspiration from Harper’s Real Wedding stories

If you’re looking for ideas when it comes to planning your wedding at one of our exclusive use wedding venues, you may want to browse through our real wedding section or the wedding gallery on each of our venue homepages. Below are a select few real wedding stories that feature beautiful floral arrangements.

Emma and James’s Notley Abbey Winter Wedding
Lauren and Joe’s Summer Wedding at Botleys Mansion
Natalie and Jake’s September Wedding at Cain Manor
Thea and Sam’s Luxury Wedding at Botleys Mansion

Wedding flowers on social media

Social media is a great place to look for wedding inspiration. Looking through hashtags or following florist’s pages are great ways to explore different designs for flower arrangements. For further floral ideas, take a look at our wedding flowers board on Pinterest. Also, follow our Instagram pages: @CainManor@notleyabbeyofficial@botleysmansion to keep up to date with our ‘Florist Fridays’ posts!

Top tip:

The team at Sonning Flowers recommends that couples should meet with their chosen florist one year ahead of their wedding. This is so that you can see, feel and smell the flowers in the season you’re getting married.