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Adamapple reveals their top seasonal flower tips

Winter weddings

Winter – Think earthy, graceful and romantic in soft neutral colour palettes. Our Prosperity Range combines natural tones and pampas with the most gorgeous soft pink preserved roses and protea stems. Long gone are the days of brittle, colourless flowers collecting dust in your kitchen. Welcome glorious luxury blooms dried and preserved to create stunning masterpieces. Whether you're dreaming of a boho, industrial-chic or country garden wedding, these will suit almost every style. The preserved rose stems that we use in our bouquets look and feel like a fresh rose, so you can have your cake and eat it too!" – Jen from Adamapple.

Winter flowers

Winter – "Dried flowers are a huge trend right now. For a long time, couples have had to choose between fresh or artificial flowers but preserved versions mean you can keep them in your home as decorations long after the big day. They need very little maintenance, and by keeping them dry and out of direct sunlight, they will last around three years."– Jen from Adamapple.

Spring weddings

Spring – "The preserved roses in our Blush Range are soft to the touch and look like they have been freshly plucked from the stem. Matched with a huge stunning dried pink protea stem which is freeze-dried in our studio and surrounded with striking ivory pampas, this bouquet screams luxury." – Jen from Adamapple.

Summer weddings

Summer – "Using wheat and delphinium grown here in the UK complemented with preserved roses is perfect for a boho or country-chic theme." – Jen from Adamapple.

Autumn weddings Autumn – "As the cooler nights draw in, our Pure Range is the perfect autumnal choice. Preserved eucalyptus that rustles in the breeze coordinated with neutral soft bunny tails and preserved ivory roses." – Jen from Adamapple.

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