The Whitney Wedding Collection - Dried Wedding Flowers Package
Please note: We now despatch Mon-Fri which means you can choose which day your flowers arrive INCLUDING a Saturday (We don't despatch Saturday or Sunday so there are no fresh flower delivery slots available on Sunday or Monday). Please order early to ensure next day delivery as we have limited slots available. Thank you Team GBF
These muted blues, lavender and ice colours are perfect when you don’t want any hint of a Barbie style wedding :) They are lovely all year round but imagine them at your winter wedding… When we can we include larkspur, lavender, and dried dumosa. The florists hand-make each arrangement and so no two are ever the same but of course, they keep to the feel and the theme. It’s a good idea to order dried wedding flowers at least 2 weeks before your wedding day.
Whether you love the retro feel of these flowers or want blooms that last, the lovely thing is that compared to a standard fresh option they offer really good value AND they last for ages! Perfect for a no hassle wedding or if your wedding is overseas!
To make ordering your Dried Wedding Flowers even easier, we've put together these new wedding packages, plus you'll save a bit in the process. For £105 you get everything you need for a small and simple wedding, these packages include;
1 Dried Bridal Bouquet - Approx 35cm tall, 25cm diameter.
1 Dried Bridesmaids Posy - Approx 32cm tall, 20cm diameter.
2 Buttonholes - Approx 13cm long, 7cm wide (at widest part of head).
- in the colour theme of your choice. These arrangements are usually £115 when bought separately. Please note, we cannot amend these packages, any other arrangements will need to be ordered separately.
At the current time, everyone is having small, intimate wedding ceremonies, but that doesn't mean you can't have some fabulous flowers to walk down the aisle!
These packages are fab for kitting out the happy couple, and two members of the wedding party - plus they won't break the bank!
We have named our dried flower collections after Herefordshire Villages which we hope you might enjoy visiting at some time soon. Whitney-on-Wye was first mentioned in the Domesday Book with the spelling Witenie. The most plausible meaning for the name is White Water, which makes sense as the River Wye runs right through it.
During the Captain Swing riot movement of 1830, Whitney was a site in Herefordshire for protest by the dispossessed farm labourers who threatened arson and machine breaking to try to obtain a living wage. On 17 November 1830, Henry Williams, a ‘ranting’ preacher and journeyman tailor wrote a threatening letter to a large farmer citing the fires that had been set in the barns of those who had ignored the poor in the county of Kent. For his pains, he was sentenced to transportation to New South Wales…
Please note we are not able to offer next day delivery to the Scottish Highlands and Islands and we do not offer overseas deliveries on flowers. For full details check out our delivery page.