It’s time for another Jes’s Picks post, and this time we quizzed her all about great wedding suppliers in Sussex. Today it’s the turn of the wedding florists, so here are five of the best to look out for if you’re on the hunt for an amazing florist for your wedding.
1. Sussex Roses
Jes particularly loves the Sussex Roses slogan “grown not flown” as all their flowers are grown locally rather than shipped in from other countries. This small, family-run cut flower nursery and florist is based in West Chiltington, West Sussex, and they can provide beautiful local flowers for your wedding.
Find out more at: www.not-grown-in-holland.co.uk
2. Wild & Green
Wild & Green is another West Sussex florist which is passionate about supporting British flowers. Their dedicated team brings fun, quirky and natural designs to couples – they only work on weddings, so you know you’re in good hands! Expect lots of beautiful seasonal flowers, rustic bouquets and scented foliage and herbs.
Find out more at: wildgreenfloristry.com
3. Annie May
Based in Crawley, West Sussex, Annie May is a fantastic local florist which has over 20 years experience in creating stunning floral displays and bouquets for weddings. Annie May is proud of its West Sussex heritage – owner Angi set up her business in her home town of Crawley and has been providing beautiful wedding flowers for local brides for years.
Find out more at: www.anniemay.co.uk
4. Wild Rubus
Focusing on rustic, elegant and natural arrangements, Wild Rubus is a creative floral wedding design studio based in Eastbourne, East Sussex. All of their floristry is completely bespoke, so you know you’ll end up with a handpicked bouquet which is suited to you. Wild Rubus also aim to use as many seasonal British flowers as they can.
Find out more at: www.wildrubus.co.uk
5. The Homegrown Flower Company
The Homegrown Flower Company does exactly what it says on the tin! Based near Mayfield in the beautiful East Sussex countryside, they are a cut flower grower and florist who champion British flowers. As well as providing a full wedding floristry service, they also do “DIY Weddings”, providing you with buckets of freshly cut British flowers for you to arrange yourself.
Find out more at: www.thehomegrownflowercompany.co.uk
Have you come across any fantastic Sussex wedding florists?