Maxine Loves | My Top Five Oxfordshire Wedding Florists

I’ve called this blog the Top Five Oxfordshire Wedding Florists… but it should really be the Top Five Wedding Florists who do weddings in and around Oxfordshire.

So, this is my entirely subjective list of my top five Oxfordshire wedding florists. My favourites who I have worked with over the past few years and who, in my opinion, routinely produce truly fabulous wedding floristry for our clients. So in alphabetical order…

Alexandra Rose

Alexandra and I have worked together on innumerable weddings and shoots now. She is both a florist and wedding planner and it shows in her preparation and attention to detail. Nothing gets past her! Big blousy blooms in perfectly balanced arrangements are her forté.

www.alexandraroseweddings.com

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Fabulous Flowers

Matthew and Gary’s team produce immaculate displays filled with stunning, timeless blooms. They did my wedding flowers and they were PERFECT. They even hung three huge mistletoe balls from the beams for us. Classic floristry at its very best.

www.fabulousflowersweddings.co.uk

Joanna Carter

I seem to do several weddings a year with this amazing team every year at the moment. I never fail to be anything less than awed by their incredible flowers which are always immaculately conditioned and presented. Truly beautiful flowers that will look timeless in your photos for years to come.

www.joannacarterflowers.co.uk

The Flower Shed

Jemma is just so lovely and cares so much about her floristry; she’s very modern but in a timeless, effortless sort of way. She loves a bit of good foliage too!

www.theflowershedoxford.co.uk

The Great Little Flower Company

Sarah and Victoria are both absolutely delightful and are more florists who seem as favoured by my current brides as they are with me! They truly create insanely beautiful flowers. `I love that they are equally comfortable with ‘traditional’ wedding colour palettes as they are with the more ‘modern’ bright tones. I never fail to be inspired by their colour combinations. Oh, and they were recently featured in Vogue!

www.thegreatlittleflowercompany.co.uk

Feeling inspired? Take a peek at my favourite photographers here and find out how I recommend choosing a florist here