This page is a must-visit for brides dreaming of wedding flowers with a unique snap-shot of the latest trends, style and colours being designed for weddings this summer. Florists from around the country have given us this exclusive insight into their very latest work so you can see up-to-the-minute-wedding-flowers style and find out what other brides are choosing.
Soft pinks, vibrant colours, jam jars and vintage style, country flowers from local fields and hedgerows, dainty pew-ends and dramatic arches will inspire you as you look for inspiration for your flowers and as your florist creates bouquets and centrepieces from your dreams.
These first bouquets and decorations are all the work of florists based in Northern Ireland:
These first stunning bouquets feature classic roses in this summer's colours with bride and bridesmaid bouquets, corsages and table decorations, each one designed by Belfast florist Marie Cafolla.
One of Northern Ireland's favourite florists, The Stables Flower Co designed the flowers above and below for their most decadent brides choosing Downton Abbey and Gatsby themed weddings.
Jil Peterson at The Stable Flower Company used colourful meadow flowers for joyful weddings this summer, accenting different colours for each bride.
For this summer wedding Victoria of Tortraits Floral Design used vibrant purple and limes to compliment bridemaids dressed in purple, whilst the bride's bouquet incorporated contorted hazel and thistle to compliment her Scottish groom - his tartan was wrapped around the stems of the bouquet. Dainty arrangements in jam jars wrapped with on-trend hessian lace developed this popular 2014 theme.
Brides choosing wedding flowers in Wales are invited to visit The Flower Hive's Welsh fields to choose the flowers for their wedding as they grow. Eva transforms these into dramatic arches and pretty table arrangements - gorgeous with 2014 must-haves: a yurt and bunting!
Are you getting the themes here? Roses are rocking this summer as Jane Will of Tunbridge Wells' florist Flowers and Daughters created the bouquets pictured above for weddings in May using delicate pinks and classic raspberries and cream colours.
Also based in Kent, Tonbridge florist Florian Flowers used funky neon colours for this hand-tied bouquet of cherry brandy roses, coral peonies and Lydia spray roses. On the tables cute cubes of clashing colours light up the south London venue..
Denise Harvey at Funky Florists in Derby says that this summer brides are trending for pretty pinks with roses, peonies and scented flowers top of the list.
These four photos are all the work of Whitby Florist Beau Belle Flower Design. Featuring this year's trends for pink and vintage containers such ash this enamel jug they also use the ultimate summery colour - yellow with these yellow roses and craspedia.
Thank you to the UK wedding flowers specialists who's work from summer weddings is featured on this page and thank you to the brides who are helping drive today's trends and inspire tomorrow's brides.