London wedding inspiration

After a long winter lockdown last year, London finally began to slowly reemerge from hibernation in April.We were concerned how the business would recover, if we would be subjected to more restrictions and whether we'd get more bookings but the whole industry came alive, slowly at first and by the summer with an all powerful bang. Floral Jems worked on no less than 46 weddings and events in a 7 month period making it our busiest yet and we couldn't have been happier! Here are some of our 2021 favourites.


This bridal bouquet was my first one of the year for this micro wedding at Marylebone Town Hall. I had dozens of brides asking for a similar vibe and was definitely my most popular design for 2021.


This was the first set up of the year. at Belair House in Dulwich. Only 6 guests were allowed for the ceremony but we put everything into it and designed it to be perfectly elegant and understated in whites and creams, just as the couple wanted.


Photos by Laura May Photography


This wedding at Carlton House Terrace and the famous private members hang out, The Groucho Club was our biggest wedding to date. We used lots of rich oranges, burgundy, lovely peaches and pinks with gold accents.


Photos by Andrew Billington Photography

This extraordinary Gothic wedding was held on Halloween at The suitably atmospheric The Crypt at St Etheldreda's Church in Farringdon. Probably one of our most unique weddings to date. We used black Baracca roses, calla lilies with deep pinks and burgundy to create these dramatic and opulent arrangements.


Photos by Docu Wedding.

The boho beautiful wedding was just pure joy and sunshine. Held at Dulwich College and The Rosendale Pub in West Dulwich. We used mini sunflowers as the focal and other seasonal blooms in pink, orange, yellow and blue to create these fun and quirky designs.


Photos taken by Daniel Hughes Photography




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