Planning dahlia based wedding flowers for a September wedding x

Flower farmer and florist Georgie Newbery of Common Farm Flowers takes a tour of the dahlia patch choosing varieties for a September wedding. This wedding was postponed at the beginning of the first lockdown and is only now finally to take place in September, 2022, so the planned tulip mix is long gone, but we have lovely zingy colours to make a similar scheme here in the garden with the wow of the dahlias. Some will be used for bouquets and posies, some in big urn arrangements, and some in a garland to sling between the marquee poles. It’s going to be a full wow-factor wedding.

If you enjoy the tips and tricks Georgie gives you here, or would simply like to support the channel, the link to her Buy Me a Coffee page is Here: You can buy me a coffee here

Georgie offers dahlia workshops in the Autumn. One takes place at the farm and the other takes place online.

To find out about joining Georgie on The Dahlia Workshop at the farm in Somerset click here

Or to book to join the The Dahlia Workshop online, from wherever you are in the world, click here

If you’d like to join Georgie on any of her flower farming, floristry or small business workshops do have a look at the calendar here and book your place:

If you’re booking a place on our workshops the website will ask you to choose a delivery date – any date will do! And if you can’t join our sessions live then you are still very welcome to book as we send the recording and notes of the workshop out to everyone afterwards, so you can download the session and refer back to it as and when you need to.

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