Autumn weddings are among my favourites this year!
All the beautful, varied Dahlias in glowing colours plus such a choice of 'twiddly bits' to make every bridal bouquet unique. 'Twiddly Bits' is, of course a technical Flower Farmers term, referring to all those little details such as grasses, seed heads, pods. I love the way these add texture & a bit of swish to a bouquet.
We grow Dahlias in many, many colours not just this glowing selection. The first bloom in late July & they're at their plentiful best from August to early October.
100% of this bouquet (made for Lindsay a couple of weeks ago) was grown by us, here at the Flower Farm near Castle Douglas.
If you're a Bride-to-Be in 2023, love Dahlias & 'twiddly bits' too, would you like me to create a special bouquet for you? Do get in touch soon about availability on your chosen date.
Rosie Gray of Galloway Flowers. Artisan Florist & Cut Flower Farmer near Castle Douglas, in South West Scotland. Using 100% Flowers & Foliage grown in British Isles, all year round.