Spring Wedding? Arena Flowers to the Rescue!

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You might have noticed that I have been quite conspicuous by my absence from the Arena Flowers Blog for the last month or so. No, I’m not planning a wedding myself (!!) but have been beavering away with our all-new Arena Weddings microsite which, in itself, has become quite a labour of love!

If you’re lucky enough to be getting married this coming spring, then October is traditionally the month to begin planning your special day – so you can get on with enjoying the Christmas party season.  So, you’ve set a date for the ceremony; booked the venues; arranged the photographer; procrastinated over the fluctuating guest list and perhaps even chosen a planner to coordinate it all – but don’t neglect to plan your wedding flowers!

With years of experience of creating the perfect wedding flowers, our florists have an unbeatable reputation for creating stunning, contemporary designs and traditional arrangements to suit even the tightest of wedding budget. They are also ethically sourced wherever possible, too!

With this experience and social responsibility, we have naturally accumulated a burgeoning visual history and portfolio of our bespoke wedding flowers, created specifically to the requirements of our brides.

Over the next week or so, we will be bringing you a wealth of wedding-themed blog posts to help you through the planning stages of your special day – from tips and hints, through to our own experiences of planning beautiful, fresh wedding flowers the Arena way.

In the meantime, take a browse through our extensive portfolio of bespoke and designer wedding flowers and simply give us a call on 0800 0350 581 to discuss your wedding flowers requirements, email weddings@arenaflowers.com or use our new enquiry form for a totally personalised service and quote – and our wedding team will delighted to help…

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