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Weddings & Events


Whether your wedding party is a small, intimate affair or a lavish wedding banquet, our bespoke bridal bouquets and venue flowers are tailored to your individual needs.

We offer a professional service with individual attention to detail and will liaise directly with your venue staff and caterers to ensure that your wedding day runs smoothly.

Using our candelabra, vases, urns and props we can create stunning arrangements that will complement any surroundings.

We start with a free consultation – a wedding florist will meet you to discuss your thoughts and ideas at a time that suits you. We will also travel to your chosen venue to view it with you and help you plan your wedding flowers. 

If you would like to find out more, discuss your requirements or arrange a meeting, you can call us on 020 8693 6088, or email studio@freshflower.co.uk. For prop hire including candelabra, urns, mirrors, storm lamps and vases please call on 020 8693 6088.













Venues & Testimonials

Clients and venues we love to work with:

The Asylum Chapel, Trinity House, Dulwich College, Horniman Conservatory, Lincoln's Inn, St Paul's, Dulwich Picture Gallery, LASSCO Brunswick House, Le Gothique, Stationer's Hall

"We just wanted to say thank you very much for our wedding flowers. They looked amazing and smelled delightful. They were exactly what we wanted but looked better than we could possibly imagine." Dulwich College

"We wanted to say a huge, huge thank you - the flowers were a knockout! Quo Vadis looked stunning and everyone was complimenting the display - which worked perfectly. Thank you for making it so magical." Quo Vadis

"Just wanted to drop you a quick note before we fly off to honeymoon and thank you for the excellent work you did on our flowers. They looked absolutely stunning in the church, The Wapping Project, and my hands!" The Wapping Project

"We thought the choice of flowers for the Cathedral and wedding was wonderful. We had a terrific day and the flowers were very much a part of the days success." St Paul's Cathedral