Why Sustainability is vital to the cut flower industry

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Field Gate Flowers Sustainability 7

Why Sustainability is vital to the cut flower industry. For us at Field Gate Flowers, sustainability is at the core of our values. Our business has been built by providing local flowers grown on the banks of the River Ouse without the need for herbicides and pesticides and reduce our plastic use wherever we can. My love of the land … Read More

2021 Wedding Flower Trends

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Field Gate Flowers Blog 2021 Wedding Flower Trends 4

Promote Local We’ve seen a huge increase in couples making a conscious choice to use locally grown and sourced flowers – and lots of them. We believe people are becoming more conscious about air miles and wanting to support local businesses.This was heightened of course in lockdown when flowers were not being flown into the UK.A lot members of the … Read More

How to choose your wedding flowers?

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How to choose your wedding flowers

For us it does not matter if you are clueless on whether a flower is an alstroemeria or an Astrantia – choosing your wedding flowers is more about the look of feel you are after. Have fun – start a Pinterest board, cut out things you like from bridal magazines or shamelessly save social media photographs of florists or google … Read More

Natural wedding flowers inspiration

Loren NallyCountryside, Natural wedding flowers, Peaceful Pastels, VintageLeave a Comment

Natural wedding flowers are a growing trend. This Wind in The Willows inspired styled shoot is the perfect way to showcase what Field Gate Flowers can offer. Set by the riverside and in the woods, this very quintessential English country tale captures the true essence and beauty of our countryside. Use of grasses, reeds and teasels alongside traditional garden blooms … Read More