Being based in Royston, Herts is ideal for many local venues in the North Herts, Beds and South Cambs area. Experienced at many local venues including private marquee weddings:- Cambridge colleges including Homerton,Madingley Hall, Trinity Chapel, Queens College , Trinity Hall Chippenham Park Cloisters Chippenham Park Hengrave Hall Hotel Felix Letchworth Hall Hotel Madingley Hall Milling Barn Minstrel Court Parklands, Quendon hall Redcoats Hitchin Sheene Mill South Farm Swynford Manor Three lakes Throcking
All the comments below ( and all pics on this website!) are from real Verdila weddings. Thanks to my lovely couples for letting me use many of your photos. ' really gorgeous.. just what I wanted ' Penny ' thanks for the beautiful flowers for our wedding- they really stood out' Lisa ' they were exactly what I had imagined and were perfect for the day' Gemma ' they really were the most beautiful flowers I could ever have hoped for 'Polly ' exceeded my dreams' Helena 'we loved our flowers, thank you Helen!' Camilla
Your wedding flowers low down Each wedding is unique and will depend on your choice of flowers and time of year but the following is a guide All prices are from £... hand tied bridal bouquet from £75 teardrop bridal bouquet from £98 bridesmaid bouquet (adult) from £42.00 buttonhole from £12 corsage from £18 top table long from £68 table centrepiece full, low from £45 jam jar style from £15 table centrepiece tall from £75 circlet from £28 napkin decor from £2 wall hanger floral from £45 pedestal from £90 foliage garlands from £60
How early should I book my flowers for the big day? You can secure your day with a deposit any time. Weekends at popular times of year tend to get booked up fast. Once you have a clear idea of your colours it is worth a chat with Verdila to develop your wedding flower plan further. Most brides are booking around 6 months to a year ahead but I have done wedding flowers with only a fortnight's notice!
Your wedding budget It is not every day you get married so budgeting for wedding flowers can be something new and potentially a little scary yet exciting glimpsing into the world of cut flowers. Just relax as florists don't expect you to be a flower expert. That is our job to guide you! Please ask for a quote as my flower guide prices are just that. Prices differ greatly up and down depending on your time of year, colours and style. If you have a budget it is always worth mentioning it as this can form the basis of our planning. If you have a dream for your day gather some photos of the sort of floral designs you like to act as a basis for discussion. Remember that your wedding flowers are extra lovely and will be specially ordered, prepared and planned by Verdila. They will be unpacked and conditioned before use to ensure they are great on your big day. Verdila can often suggest ways to make your flowers work harder both at the service and again for the reception. Verdila offers items for hire that can help relieve some of the overall cost. Speak to us before buying lots for your tables.
PS:If you choose seasonal flowers, berries and foliage you may be pleasantly surprised at how far your budget can stretch. PS: Spring flowers are great value. PS: Peony season is mainly May/June with some availablity of Dutch peony into July. PS: Dahlias for August and September are wonderful.
What Verdila Clients Are Saying
" Beautiful flowers with a contemporary twist'' 'the flower girls asked to take the little roses so they could dry them and keep them..' Rebecca and Harvey 'we so loved the flowers and the (floral) decorations.. we were blown away with how amazing they were' Danielle and Jim 'everyone agreed the flowers were stunning' Claire's wedding 'so happy with our flowers, they were absolutely beautiful' Katie's wedding ' the flowers.. looked so magical'' Michelle's wedding flowers 'my flower arrangement is really stunning.. and in my favourite colours. Thank you' Tina's private session winter 'the flowers looked so wonderful ..and it was a fitting tribute. I could not have been more pleased ' Sarah