Anna and Alistair approached us with an image of a bouquet we had created in June 2020 as inspiration. They loved the colourful abandon and joyful look of not having a fixed colour scheme, instead giving us the freedom to use all the brightest and boldest colours the flower field had to offer at the time of their wedding. Tulips in every hue, buttery narcissi, cool cornflower, delicate columbine, candy ranunculus, vivid anemones, layers upon layers of colour, with bountiful tulips bringing weight to the airier touches of cornflower, narcissi and ranunculus.
The couple’s aesthetic spoke directly to my heart. We spend much of our time at Days of Dahlia dreaming for and with our clients. Planning unique colour combinations in what we grow on our farm and pulling endless inspiration from this process of growing flowers. On top of that there are all the discussions about outfits, arrangements, venue installations, working with creators on custom vessels, sourcing antique and one of a kind vases, and making our own botanically dyed silk table linens and ribbons. Our bespoke floral design for weddings brings us and our clients a shared joy. There is a thrill to seeing an impactful, rainbow-hued floral moment such as this one brought to life and set off by the most exquisite details. We want to provide artful florals that elevate the senses and add beauty to a moment in time and this wedding perfectly represented our love affair with colourful spring flowers. This colour story felt so authentic and seasonal, we hope you like it too!
The bouquet we made in June 2020 that Anna and Alistair fell in love with which they asked us to recreate a Spring version for their wedding.
Anna and Alistair's rainbow-hued wedding flowers.