A popular request from brides, especially those with a very informal wedding, is that they would like ‘wildflowers’. This can be confusing as the definition of a wildflower is "an uncultivated bloom, not one that has been grown specifically for the cut flower market".
So how can you fulfil the brief? The first step is to understand the bride’s definition of ‘wild’ which may be no more than the inclusion of daisies and the exclusion of more formal flowers such as carnations. Fortunately, many flowers that fall under the category of wild are also available in the same, or very similar cultivated forms from growers in the UK and further afield.
So, when your bride wants to go wild, here are some suggestions.