Weddings

We specialise in creating truly unique arrangements from the finest seasonal blooms growing in our field - whether your style is wild and romantic, bright and beautiful or classic and elegant. We offer a full range of wedding flowers, from 'bouquets and buckets' for DIY weddings to full ceremony and reception flowers. Our blooms are homegrown and truly seasonal, so what is available changes throughout the year. All are grown without chemicals and we incorporate unusual and scented blooms. Every wedding is unique and we select the highest quality flowers for your day to create bespoke arrangements to fit with your vision.  We offer a free one hour consultation and given enough notice we can tailor what we are growing for your special day.

 

 

2020 Prices

Hand tied bridal bouquet               from £70

Bridesmaids handtied bouquet     from £50

Buttonholes and corsages             from £10

Flower crowns                                 from £50

 

Chair/pew ends                               from £15

Table flowers in vases                     from £30

Table arrangements                        from £45

Milk churns                                      from £75

Floral arch                                        from £200

DIY buckets                                     from £55

Prices vary according to flower choices, containers and style. Delivery is included within 10 miles. For more information please fill in the contact form below or email sacha@thefloralpotager.co.uk and I will get in touch to further discuss your requirements.

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"Thank you very much for my beautiful bouquet and all the gorgeous flowers you did for our wedding. Everything looked incredible and all the flowers you did were just perfect."

— Rebecca and Inness

January 2020

Some of the living planters from Rebecca

“We wanted to say again how wonderful the venue looked as a result of your vision and artistry. The living table decorations are surviving well, it will be nice to look at the Hellebores from them in the garden next January and remember."

— Vivienne and John

January 2020

© 2019 by Sacha Przewieslik-Allen