Fancy rocking the bohemian seventies vibe on your wedding day? Opt for loosely tied bouquets filled with bright blooms in orange and yellow.
Compliment the organic setting with rustic crates overflowing with trailing foliage. Why not use vintage ginger beer bottles and marmalade jars to display flowers around your venue? Colourful streamers, ribbons and tablecloths all add eclectic detail.
If you love the boho look, team your gown with a bright floral crown to match your personality and bring out the hippy chic in you.
English Rose – a classic wedding in the country, filled with lashings of lace and delicate china teacups brimming with pretty British Flowers. Quite simply, charming.
Delicate, yet rustic flowers include David Austin roses, sweet peas, scabiosa, cornflowers, love-in-a-mist and cosmos all mixed together with rosemary, mint, basil, and lavender. Their Summery scent will create those forever memories.
Why not inject our freshly picked blooms with an eclectic range of vintage props? Rustic milk churns, stepladders, vintage ginger beer bottles, assorted tins, together with an old fashioned typewriter perhaps.
Bouquets and buckets has proved to be an extremely popular option for brides who are looking to inject a personal touch to their wedding day.
What can be more special than creating your unique style, with help from your bridesmaids? Ditch your floral “L” plates and have a fun day with our buckets of seasonal, mixed flowers, making your own table centrepieces. Add a few bottles of prosecco 🍾 and a picnic and create memories to treasure!
Glass jars can be so versatile. Dress them up with lashings of lace, or use burlap and twine for a rustic theme. Or, perhaps you may wish to fill our beautiful vintage glass bottles with flowers for an eclectic look.
Our mixed buckets of scented flowers reflect the seasons and you will be given the pick of the cutting garden that day. Each bucket holds sufficient stems for you to fill 8 small glass jars, or 3 medium jugs.
If you plan on indulging your creative side, limit yourself to just a couple of projects to avoid becoming overwhelmed.
On the morning of your wedding, allow Yorkshire Petals to create your bridal bouquets, corsages and buttonholes. These flowers can only be finished in the final hours before the ceremony – this is your time for relaxing and pampering! 🥂 👰 🎩💍
Let us deliver them to you whilst you spend time with your family and friends.
Bouquets and buckets
We’re delighted to let you know that we have recently joined the Flowers from the Farm network.
Flowers from the Farm was founded in 2011 and now has over 300 members. It is not-for-profit network run and administered solely by volunteers.
Most members, including ourselves, are sole traders running small or micro businesses: farmers, smallholders and gardeners, who are using their knowledge of horticulture and floristry to grow and present a different range of flowers from those available in the supermarkets and the wholesale markets.
From Cornwall up to Scotland, and every region in between, these artisan flower farmers are growing old favourites: Sweet Peas, Dahlias, Gladioli, and Cornflowers, as well as trying out lots of new varieties.
Flowers from the Farm brings together all these growers and florists and provides local meetings and events: they encourage their members to come together to build displays at all the big flower shows: they hold workshops to improve members’ skills and – equally importantly – they are the place where you’ll make friends with like-minded people who will become your new work colleagues.
We’re excited to be part of this fantastic network and can’t wait to get involved with their meetings and workshops. Come say hello to Yorkshire Petals here!
Often, we are approached, whilst selling our flowers at market, by brides who want something a little bit different for their wedding. Sometimes they would like to fill beautiful vases belonging to their grandparents with garden flowers. Occasionally family members have hand crafted exquisite wooden boxes that are perfect for filling to the brim with herbs. A bartender who collects unusual gin bottles wanted them displayed with winter foliage at a recent wedding. I have to admit that my heart skips a beat when I am asked to make these special arrangements and it gives me an opportunity to get creative.
I love to create bespoke bouquets for brides and bridesmaids, each one is unique and special.
Daisy, who celebrated her wedding in 2016 at Craven Arms Cruck barn, Appletreewick said “You literally took my dream flowers and turned them into a reality and I couldn’t have asked for anything more.”
Yorkshire Petals have a vast collection of vintage bottles, china and tins available to hire for our brides and grooms to choose from.
Let us inspire you to be different.
We offer our glorious flowers for sale at several farmers’ and craft markets around Yorkshire. Wherever possible, we display and sell the flowers in vintage containers, all recycled and reclaimed. Beautiful antique glass mineral water bottles are filled with dainty and delicate cosmos, love in-a-mist and herbs. Vintage stone ink bottles perfectly compliment the majestic alliums or dahlias. Occasionally sweet peas tumble from vintage tea pots exclaiming to everyone that summer has arrived.
To find out which market we’ll be visiting next, please follow our Twitter page!
Fresh, scented flowers, with the addition of herbs to add a subtle fragrance, are perfect for carefree, relaxed celebrations.
Yorkshire Petals can recommend the best seasonal flowers, all grown in our cutting garden.
Our year begins as the days begin to lengthen in March. With increased daylight and a gentle warmth in the soil we are rewarded with beautiful narcissus emerging from the darkness. Growing unusual varieties is our unique selling point and we are positively confident that they cannot be bought in supermarkets!
Almost unbelievably quickly, tulips, hyacinth and muscari make their delightful entrance into our cutting garden creating an utterly joyous scene.
In the blink of an eye, sweet rocket and sweet William are fluttering in the breeze shouting “pick me, pick me!”