May showers and lots of flowers
What's a Bouquet? The difference between bunches, posies and bouquets.

Do it yourself wedding flowers - using the freshest British Flowers to make your own arrangements

2015 Update All of these are going to be available again this season, during May & June. The price of the DIY wedding boxes is held at £60

We've now done 3 wedding displays with totally Plantpassion grown flowers. I'm well practised at our mini bottle table centres, and Paula has been doing the bouquets, buttonholes, arches, swags, church flowers and the technical stuff, - but we've had plenty of enquiries for flowers to Do It Yourselve.

There are plenty of Brides-to-be out there, with florally savvy Mum's and sisters and family friends, who are willing to help to make the day, special - so we've devised our DIY bucket to help make your floral friends jobs, nice and easy.


You'll get 6 bunches of flowers, and 6 bunches of fillers all themed and picked fresh for you for £60.

This example has the Flowers as

Pink ranunculus, Sweet Williams, Camassia, White Allium Nigrum, Sweet Peas and Cornflowers

The fillers are

Orlaya Grandiflora, Ligustrum, White Hesperis, Stachys Lanata, Clary Sage and Apple mint.

The size of the bunches will depend on the type of flowers. - Obviously you'll get less Rose flowers, and more Cornflowers, -but in all our boxes so far, there have been between 80 and 90 stems.

So you can see how far one bucket of flowers can go, I set Paula the task of producing a Bouquet, a buttonhole, and a large top table arrangement.

Made with DIY bucket-2

we'll do some more examples in coming months. and we've already got orders, - some where it's all DIY, and some where buckets are being bought to do the table decorations, and Paula will be making Bouquets and Buttonholes.

If you'd like to have some ideas about what might possibly be in a bucket at the time of year that you are getting married (or having a party, or event) then please contact


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Great post! I know someone who's getting married soon and hasn't sorted out her bouquet yet, so I'll make sure I forward this onto her.

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