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A celebration of locally grown British wedding flowers – Flowers @ Oxford

Morning everyone! I have a special feature today for brides and grooms who haven’t quite sorted out wedding flowers… and if you’re wondering whether to DIY your flowers or book a professional florist, then this will be right up your street!

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Creative wedding flowers with wool in spring greens – image credit the Judith Blacklock flower school

All of your wedding flower questions answered!

Flowers @ Oxford has just unveiled information about its wedding marquee – they call it “THE destination for any bride-to-be looking for floral inspiration for her big day“. It’s also a celebration of British blooms, flower seasonality, scent and variety. Visit this exciting floral event on the weekend of 22 August to learn about the latest trends, seek out the perfect flowers and colours for your special day and have all of your questions about wedding flowers answered by experts!

Flowers from the Farm, locally grown all around the UK

The marquee will feature wedding work by top and up-and-coming British designers, all using gorgeous British-grown flowers, provided by Flowers from the Farm – a network of farmers, smallholders and gardeners who grow, sell and promote locally grown flowers around the UK – so not only can brides to be and their friends and family gather visual inspiration, they can see some of the UK’s most talented young florists demonstrate first hand how to create exquisite wedding floral designs using sustainable British flowers. The well known designers from the world of designer floristry include Claire Cowling, Angela Coulton, Annie Blackman and Zoe Rowlinson and Rebecca Hough.

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Classic white bridal bouquet with a twist! – image credit the Judith Blacklock flower school

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A traditional white and cream bridal bouquet – see more at Flowers @ Oxford. – image credit the Judith Blacklock flower school

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Twisted stems for an alternative bouquet – image credit the Judith Blacklock flower school

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Luxurious pedestal arrangement with roses and hydrangeas – image credit the Judith Blacklock flower school

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Opulent wedding centrepieces for a classic wedding style – image credit the Judith Blacklock flower school

Venue: Lady Margaret Hall, Norham Gardens, Oxford
Advance Tickets: £35 – 1 Day ticket (£65 – 2 Day ticket & £95 – 3 Day ticket)
Tickets on the Day: £40
Children: Children under the age of 10 get in free
By car: 350 car parking spaces available: £6.50 a space
Transport info: Visit www.flowersatoxford.com for detailed information
More info & tickets: www.flowersatoxford.com

Claire Gould

Claire spends her days writing - either in beautiful calligraphy or online. She lives on the edge of the English Lake District only minutes away from the beach, where she loves to escape and unwind. Claire's calligraphy can be found at www.byMoonandTide.com. Claire launched the English Wedding Blog in November 2009 - it's been a top 10 UK wedding blog ever since, with a regional focus we hope you LOVE.

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