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  • Fi Passey


Updated: May 5

As a floral designer, colour is hugely important to me. It's one of the key ingredients that I draw upon to translate my clients vision and love story into a unique flower recipe for their wedding day. Hunting down the perfect shade, finding complementary blooms, researching new and exciting colour harmonies - this is what makes my creative soul shine. But it also makes me virtually impossible to watch TV with as I am always pausing programmes mid-scene to obsess about something that has caught my eye . My current passion is the awesome combinations of flowers on Married at First Sight Australia - those florists are simply inspirational in the way they put colour together.

In these spring inspired table centrepieces, I added some pops of fuschia pink to inject energy and vibrancy into the design, with seasonal favourites including ranunculus and delicate cherry blossom.


My advice to newly engaged couples when it comes to their wedding flowers colour palette is keep their hearts and minds open. Sometimes the addition of a new colour can elevate a neutrals scheme and take it to a whole new level. And think to about the wedding table styling opportunities with candles, napkins and glassware.

The time of year for your wedding is also a huge influencer on your wedding colour palette. Even though the British weather has felt monotonously rainy of late, there is a distinctive difference in the quality of the light, especially in spring where cooler tones such as these blues and pale lemons seem to just sing.

Some spring flower inspiration for you from a recent shoot at Caswell House in Oxfordshire with my lovely friends at the Luxe Collection @theluxecollectionuk. Photography by @lucy_davenport


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