Wedding Flowers in London
London must have the best choice of wedding flowers and creative florists of any city in the world.
With it’s huge range of venues, historic settings, grand and hip hotels, stunning views and world heritage sites, London has to be the most fantastic city to be married in.
London also has the best and most established trade flower market, with an abundance of the most beautiful freshest flowers available for your wedding coming in on a daily basis.
It’s my job with my floristry and design experience transform these flowers into beautiful bouquets and spectacular floral arrangements designed specifically for you, your specific London venue and your special wedding day.
You will receive a highly personal service and expert advice from me, backed up by my professional freelance florists and support staff. We all work together to ensure your wedding flowers will look amazing and are a huge success.
I have a fully equipped florist studio in South East London to provide a complete and professional wedding flower service for venues throughout the capital.
Here’s a list of some recent London venues I have supplied wedding flowers to. Some you can click through for further information, other pictures from the installations are available on request:
30 St Mary Axe (The Gherkin), London EC3.
33 Portland Place, London W1
Admiral’s House, Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich
Altitude 360 London SW1
Andaz Hotel, London EC2
BAFTA, London W1
Barbican Centre, The, London EC2.
Beauberry House, London SE21.
Belvedere Restaurant, Holland Park, London W8.
Berkeley (The), Knightsbridge, London SW1
Bloomsbury House, London WC1
Cadogan Hotel, London SW1
Cannizaro House Hotel, London SW19.
Carlton Club (The), London SW1
Chandos House, London W1.
Chapel (The), Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich SE10
Charlton House, Charlton, London SE7.
Claridges, Mayfair, London W1.
Commonwealth Club (The), London WC2.
Connaught (The), Mayfair, London W1
Corinthia Hotel London, London SW1.
Devonport House, Greenwich, London SE3.
Dolphin Square, London SW1
Dulwich College, Dulwich
Foreign & Commonwealth Office, London SW1
Garden Museum, London SE1.
Gibson Hall, London EC2.
Goring (The), London SW1.
Gray’s Inn, (The Honourable Society of) London WC1
Harvey Nichols, Oxo Tower, London SE1
Holy Trinity Brompton, London SW7
Home House, London W2
IET Savoy Place, London WC2.
Inner Temple (The Honourable Society of the), London EC4
Kenwood House, Hampstead, London NW3.
Kettner’s, London W1
London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square, London W1.
London Zoo, London NW1
Landmark London, London NW1.
Langham Hotel, London W1.
Lansdowne Club, London W1.
Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London W1
May Fair Hotel, London W1.
Merchant Taylors’ Hall, London EC2
Middle Temple (The Honourable Society of the), London EC4
National Liberal Club, London SW1.
National Theatre, London SE1
Ned (The), London EC2.
New North London Synagogue, London NW3.
One Whitehall Place, London SW1.
Orangery (The), Holland Park, London W8
Painted Hall (The), Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich
Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, London SE1
RAF Club, London SW1
Ranger’s House, Greenwich, London SE10.
RIBA, London W1
Ritz Hotel (The), London W1
Royal Festival Hall, London SE1.
Savoy Place, London WC2.
Savile Club (The), London
Shakespeare’s Globe, London SE1.
Soho House, London W1.
St Barts Hospital, London EC3
St Bride’s Fleet Street, London EC4.
St Ermin’s Hotel, Westminster, London SW1
St Paul’s Cathedral, London EC4.
Stationers Hall, London EC4
The Dorchester, London W1
Trafalgar Tavern (The), Greenwich, London SE3.
Trinity House, London EC3.
Tudor Barn Eltham, London SE9
Vinopolis, London SE1
Wilton’s Music Hall, London E1
There are obviously many high quality florists in London to choose from, so I would like to show you the many reasons why I think you should give me the privilege of working with you to choose the flowers you’ll love and to create the wedding flowers of your dreams: