Planning a wedding is an exciting but intimidating and often a stressful undertaking. Finding a quality florist with innovative and unique designs is absolutely vital to ensure that your wedding is both special and unique.

The Flower Consultant has an eye for detail and recommends that once a date is set you start the ball rolling by collecting anything that inspires you. A great place to start is pinterest or pictures from magazines, scraps of fabric, flowers, ribbons, paint charts, anything that can help turn your vision into a reality.

Attention to detail makes all the difference, and it is often the little things that create the biggest difference.

During the initial consultation we will help to develop your ideas into your dream design, befitting your chosen venue and style. We offer our valuable advice on how to make the best use of your budget and where to decorate to achieve that wow factor. 

Bouquets are usually a bride's first consideration when planning wedding flowers. Once chosen, the bouquet will set the style for the remainder of the flowers at the wedding, including table decorations and those at the reception venue. 

The price of wedding flowers are dependent on several factors, namely the variety, whether they are in season how labour-intensive the design is and the size of the arrangements or bouquet.

We at The Flower Consultant are able to cater for everyone's budget no matter how large or small.


Lydford Church, Lydford

 We created a Bohemian style bouquet with lots of texture and strong colour. We used the South African native Protea alongside  English country flowers to create this beautiful bouquet.



Shobrooke Church & Pynes House

Julie chose a classic mix of white and green flowers with lots of contrasting textures. Graham didn't want a traditional buttonhole so we opted for a succulent to keep it simple.


Photos taken by Pete Housley


Mill End Hotel, Chagford

Erica chose beautiful pale pastel blues and blush pink hues to create this gorgeous hand-tied bouquet. The table arrangements were in simple enamel jugs, letting the flowers really show. The photographers have really captured how beautiful the flowers were.

Photos taken by Harry & Tanya photography 


Pennard House, Sommerset

A pretty pale blue and pastel pink, fresh summer wedding in a boho style. Sarah and Olly had an outdoor ceremony at the beautiful Pennard House in Somerset. The bride chose her reception decorations to be of a simple mix of greenery but they  gave a huge impact and we think they looked really effective. 

Photos taken by Sonder moments photograthy


Deer Park Country House Hotel, Honiton

A beautiful pink and grey hand-tied bouquet of flowers really set the tone of this wedding at the stunning Deer Park Country House Hotel. A small collection of flowers and foliage were made to compliment the bridal bouquet and placed in vases on rustic tree slices to create a relaxed but stunning display. Glennon came up with the idea of using gun cartridges with the flowers for buttonholes, which we thought worked really well.

Photos taken by Emily Fleur Photography


Northlew Church &  a Marquee on the family farm, Northlew

Karen chose a very elegant bouquet of ivory and white flowers with silver foliage. Her theme for the wedding was the very stylish grey and yellow, so sliced lemons were placed in the vases with stunning arrangements of white and yellow flowers. By incorporating the craspedia this gave the designs a very contemporary edge.





Lewtrenchard Manor

Daisy chose a elegant teardrop bouquet in plum and pale pink, consisting of beautiful blueberry roses, upper secret roses, hydrangeas, delicate astilbe, eucalyptus cascading down with a collection of textured foliage. The style of this wedding brimmed with sophistication which teamed beautifully with Lewtrenchard Manor .