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Choosing herbs for your wedding flowers.

Lovely foraged lavendar in a wonderful English cottage garden Bridal Bouquet. One of the most popular requests that we have had in 2017 is to add some herbs into the DIY buckets and the bouquets in your wedding flowers. We LOVE them too and have put in a herb garden within the walled garden here at the farm. [caption id="attachment_6034" align="alignnone" width="538"] Rosemary in a Classic Coloured Bridal Bouquet[/caption] If you are likely to have the flowers out of water – for example if you want your pew ends to show the bottom of their stems or your bouquets and buttonholes need to last a good few hours out of water here is a list of five of the very best and hardy herbs that will last out of water. Lavender Thyme (use older stems) Rosemary (use older stems) Sage Wild marjoram For more information on Wedding Flowers please pop on over to http://www.greatbritishflorist.co.uk/new-weddings