We asked West Yorkshire's Bizzi Lizzi about spring wedding flowers...
Spring is such a wonderful time of year, when the gardens begin to bloom after the long, dark winter with blossom, narcissi and crocuses. With this in mind, a freshly picked vibe would be ideal for your bouquet and works brilliantly with a country or rustic theme.
This is the time for seasonal blooms. Think muscari, tulips, anemones and hyacinths. I also love ranunculi, lilacs, irises or lily of the valley, which the Duchess of Cambridge chose for her wedding. These can all be mixed with imported blooms such as roses and stocks to add a gorgeous scent to your venue.
For centrepieces, try planting flowering bulbs in bowls. It'd complement the theme and they can later be planted in your garden.
Another lovely idea would be to place twigs of blossom in a tall glass jar and have small heart place settings, which your guests can write a message on and hang from the branches.
Liz Burton | Bizzi Lizzi Flowers | email@example.com
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