Professionals in the Florists category are listed in the county in which they are based. However, some will cover other counties. To get a greater choice and find all the providers that cover your county, click first on your country in the menu bar on this page eg England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland and then the county eg Somerset.


Madeleine Bradley Floral Designer - Quality florist with 10 years experience, specialising in weddings and corporate functions. Based in Cambridge but will travel.


Simpsons Florist - Simpsons Florist is a long established family run business with a young and enthusiastic team.

East Sussex:

David James Floristry - David James Floristry provides beautiful bespoke floristry for gay marriages and civil partnerships.


Mrs Bouquet Flowers - My flowers are sure to add the glamour you desire

Hayling Florist - Beautiful flowers and exquisite accessories


The Flower Studio - Our aim is customer delight and we work hard to ensure you experience the WOW!factor.


Stephs Flower Barn - We will create floral designs that reflect your personality and occasion


Purely Flowers - A family run business that brings an unrivalled range of wedding arrangements

West Sussex:

Abercrombys of Sussex The Wedding Florist - Wedding floristry is an art and that is why we donĀ't do general floristry - we spend our time and enthusiasm on weddings and events.

Briony Billingham Floral Design - Whatever your style and whatever your budget, we can create gorgeous floral arrangements to suit you and your partner.

West Yorkshire:

Flowers By Glen - Let me create something extraordinary for that special day

Heirloom Flowers and Balloons - Heirloom have awards in balloon sculpture and are credited florists

Choose from a fantastic range of florists to make those special arrangements for your gay wedding.

When you are chosing a florist ask to see photographs of displays they have arranged for weddings. As florists are limited to the number of weddings they can cater for it is wise to book them up early, at least four months in advance of your big day.

You might also want to decide on the colours or themes of your floral displays once you have chosen your wedding outfits.

There are quite a few things to think about - flowers for you to hold in your photos, flowers to decorate the registrar's desk, arrangements for the tables and function room - and perhaps for your bedroom at the wedding venue.

Photo credit: Amanda Clay