Summer Wedding Flowers we’re Swooning Over

We love everything about summer weddings, particularly the beautiful seasonal wedding flowers. If you’re in the midst of planning your blooms, we hope these striking bouquets, stunning table decorations and vibrant venue arrangements will inspire you.

All About Bouquets

There’s something ethereal about an all-white bouquet. Add a little greenery for a less formal look.

Casey Nolin Photography

As a contrast, choose summer brights! We love these vibrant colours, perfectly echoing the beauty of nature.

Michelle Roller

Pastels remain a popular choice for good reason. Don’t miss these delicate hues of green and vintage shades of pink.

Sarah Jane Ethan

Pretty in pink. Summer roses are breath-taking, whether you choose a formal, structured bouquet or a hand-tied design.

Common Dove

Table Decorations

Carry your colours through to the wedding breakfast with pretty table centres. Flower pots and glass jars suit a rustic style.

Helen Cawte Photography

Alex and Ivan introduced yellow to their colour scheme at Curradine Barns. We loved their delicate, daisy table centres.

Becky Winter

A floral table runner is a lovely idea, using foliage with the addition of summer flowers.

Photos by Heart

There are beautiful flowers to choose from in the summer months, with roses and peonies being a particularly striking choice for table centres.

Big Bouquet Photography

Venue Blooms

Lisa and Guy adorned Curradine Barns with sunflowers and daisies at their August wedding – a wonderful, sunny choice for summer.

NJR Photography

You might add pretty fresh blooms to your seating plan and to your wedding cake.

Julia Park

Flowers were the main decoration at the wedding of Nina and Samuel, in glorious shades of pinks and lilacs.

Tim Borrow Photography

Use barrels, milk churns and pallets as plinths for pretty summer flowers at your barn wedding.

David Jenkins Photography

Chair decorations are a lovey way to add flowers to your ceremony space and you can just have a few, perhaps on alternate aisles. After the ceremony, move them to the Barley Barn and on to the chairs on the top table.

Sincereli Photography

Flowers can make lovely favours and place name decorations. We love the sprigs of lavender given to each guest at the wedding of Nina and Samuel.

Tim Borrow Photography

Flowers and wreaths regularly adorn the wall in the Barley Barn.

Paul Willetts Photography

If you have yet to visit Curradine Barns, we would love to show you all we have to offer. Simply give our friendly team a call on 01905 670039 or contact us online.

Everything and more…

Find out more about celebrating your perfect wedding day at Curradine Barns.