Flowers For Weddings
No Minimum order - we can easily cater for anything you need, however big or small, for your memorable day.
Whether you are looking for a relaxed, rustic, country approach to your wedding or an elegant and modern twist, here at Woodend Flowers, we pride ourselves in making your wedding flowers as personal and unique to you, for your special day. From country barns and garden marquees to stately home weddings, we can tailor our expertise along with your ideas to deliver the perfect wedding.
We like to keep our work as natural and seasonal as possible, with pale, frilly tulips and ranunculus in spring, scented sweet peas and blousy peonies to add a pop of colour in summer, leading us into the deep colours, berries and stunning foliages that the autumn and winter months have to offer.
Whether you just require bridal flower: bouquets, buttonholes and hair flowers or a full wedding ceremony and reception: church flowers, table centrepieces, pedestal arrangements, cake flowers, and any other areas of your chosen location you would like dressing, we do not have a minimum wedding flower order, so we can easily cater for anything you need, however big or small for your memorable day.
Richard and Caroline
Richard and Caroline got married in September 2016 at Prestbury Church followed by their wedding reception at the family farm. The bridesmaids carried a simplistic hand tied bouquet of white gypsophila whilst Caroline went for a classic selection of white and green seasonal blooms including waxflower, berries, eucalyptus, meadow grasses and a mix of white Avalanche roses and spray roses. The table arrangements were arranged in old port crates and vintage milk bottles sourced from the local dairy farmer with a selection of their favourite gins with tapered dinner candles in. The food was supplied by Caroline’s very own catering company ‘Sweet Caroline’s Catering’ Their photographer was Joanna Eardley.
Simon and Amy
Simon and Amy got married in April 2019 at Sandbach Church followed by their wedding reception at Alderley Edge Hotel. Amy is very creative and did her reception flowers, table favours and room decor herself, along with the help of her mum and bridesmaids. Amy carried a beautiful, feminine, blousy mix of blush pink Ranunculus, pale pink roses with white hydrangea, silver senecio and eucalyptus with long trails of white satin ribbon. Her bridesmaids matched her pale pink roses and carried delicate white spray roses and gypsophila. Their photographer was Martin Pawlett.
Chance and Joanne
Chance and Joanne got married in August 2016 and had a very home-made, country wedding. Starting at Birtles Church, Over Alderley, where they had a surprise guest, Leo the spotty pony dressed in a floral browband who was trotted up to church to meet the Bride and Groom after the ceremony! They turned their very own vintage Land Rover into a wedding car for the day, dressed in Union Jack bunting and flowers. Along with ‘flower dogs’ Beeswax the cheeky terrier and Beli the German Shepherd who came all the way from Germany for the special day! Chance and Joanne transported themselves to the local village hall ‘The Reading Rooms’ greeted by all the neighbours for an afternoon tea supplied from ‘Sweet Caroline’s Catering’. Joanne’s wedding flowers consisted of a mix of delicate cut flowers as well as picking up a rustic, hedgerow theme. In her bouquet, she had a mix of plums, burgundy’s, dusky pinks and greens including unusual flowers such as poppy seed heads, grasses, sedum, brunia, ferns and even rosemary and raspberries! Their photographer was a mix of talented family and friends. The vintage afternoon tea China is available to hire. Please email to find out more.
Ben and Elysia
Ben and Elysia got married in December 2019 at Sandhole Oak Barn. They had a very wintery wedding and introduced the start of Christmas with their frosty, winter wonderland theme. From chair backs made from spruce and a pine cone, they also had the chandeliers dressed in an abundance of tree ivy. Elysia’s bridesmaids and flower girl were dressed in deep burgundy carrying ‘Naomi’ velvety roses with berried eucalyptus and skimmia whilst Elysia carried a stunning, dramatic hand held shower bouquet consisting of burgundy ‘Naomi’ roses, winter berries, scented spruce and pine, astrantia, navy blue viburnum, ivy and asparagus ferns. Their photographer was Helen Williams.
Jodie and Sam
Jodie and Sam got married in July 2020. They had a small, private wedding held at Henbury Church. Jodie carried a classic and elegant white and green hand tied bouquet consisting of ‘Avalanche’ Roses, fluffy Gypsophila, feathery Astilbe, Astrantia, white Bouvardia, Veronica and blousy white Lisianthus with a hint of silver thistle, accompanied with berried eucalyptus and rosemary, secured with white satin ribbon whilst the bridesmaid carried a eye catching bouquet of white, frilly Gypsophila.
The men wore buttonholes to match and the ladies had wrist corsages to match the wedding flowers. The photographer was Jenny Appleton.
Faye and Simon
Faye and Simon got married in September 2020 at St Peters Church in Prestbury. Faye carried a classic massed bouquet of crisp white hydrangea and her bridesmaids complemented her with the added touch of white Gypsophila. The little flower girl wore a delicate crown of Gypsophila and the men wore tied Avalanche buttonholes. The photographer was Louise Jacob photography.