Suppliers of Wedding Flowers in South Wales

Wedding flowers are an essential and beautiful aspect of almost every occasion. An experienced florist will use their experience to advise and give you options to suit your preferred theme and taking into account the time of year. Aside from bridal bouquets, a florist will show you ideas for table centrepieces along with many other ideas about how to dress your wedding venue.

Planning flowers and centrepieces for your wedding can be a tricky task and that's why an experienced florist and designer, with your budget in mind, will be so invaluable.

Here’s some great ideas from wedding florists based in South Wales from places like Cardiff, Swansea and Newport, whom you might want to get in touch with...

Don't forget to mention Your South Wales Wedding magazine when contacting a wedding florist.

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Encapsulated Memories

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I'm a very small business, in fact so small it's just me, myself and I. I've been building this dream for just over a year, it all started because I wanted to learn how to preserve my own bouquet from my wedding.

Based in Llanharan, South Wales.

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