6 Best Floral Ways To Style Your Wedding UK

Klikety Klik boxes, from approx £11 each, All Women Recycling at eveandnico.com

1 Budding genius

Petal & Pins calls itself the ‘Home of the Flower Fairy’s Wardrobe’ – and for good reason. Using blooms from her garden, designer Sandra Alcorn channels her fashion background to create enchanting art that she photographs for stationery and prints. We love this couture-inspired design – the perfect gift for your mum, your maids, or yourself!

The Paper Florist by Suzi McLaughlin, £15.28 (or £9.99 on Kindle), kylebooks.com

2 Decor with heart

These quirky Klikety Klik boxes are not only made from recycled plastic, but also crafted by women who have been unemployed for over two years: Cape Town initiative All Women Recycling teaches them how to make the boxes, plus life and business skills to help them in the future. So you get a cool vase or gift box and know you’re helping a great cause.

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3 Picture perfect

How gorgeous is this stationery by Kinship Press? The elegant illustrations feature flowers, fruits and foliage that all seem to jump off the paper. The team works closely with couples to create bespoke invitations, menus, maps and table plans – and can incorporate your venue for a truly personalised suite.

4 Florals go pop

Spread some joy with a 3D card! Whether you choose a vibrant bouquet, flower field or vase, these mini works of art by 2 To Tango are bursting with buttercups, roses, poppies and wildflowers for the jolliest ‘thank you’ or ‘will you be my bridesmaid?’ note.

Ceramics, from £19.80 each, chiveuk.com

5 Party pieces

Pose up a storm at your hen do with these photo-booth props by Team Hen. With 10 cute designs such as a Champagne coupe and a lipstick, they’re a great, Insta-friendly way to have fun with your squad!

Photo-booth props, £4.99, teamhen.co.uk

6 Love letters

Who wouldn’t like a message made of dessert? Whatever you want to say, Vicky’s Donuts will whip up some delicious bespoke bakes, adorned with edible flowers and in flavours such as Vanilla Bean Dream and Vegan Cookies and Cream. Ask nicely and the lucky recipient might share them with you.


Want an alternative to trad flowers? Then how about these cool ceramic blooms, corals and succulents by Chive? Whether you use them as centrepieces, mix them in with real plants or gift them as favours, they’re sure to impress your guests… no watering required!

Bespoke stationery, POA, kinship-press.com


Hard to believe, but this beautiful cake decor is actually made of paper. And it’s just one of the clever designs in new book The Paper Florist, which is full of inspo and tips for decorating your wedding and your home. Glue gun at the ready.

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