This autumn’s trend; dried flowers. They were a big hit in the 1970s and 1980s and are currently making a comeback! To help you choose, we have compiled a lovely dried flower selection for you. As the range may alternate, do ask your contact person about the availability.
Sparkling shapes, trendy shades and of course that legendary resilience: the chrysanthemum is justifiably the undisputed heart and soul of the October party.
Brown is a warm color and radiates vividly and confidently. Flowers with a brown color give warmth to an arrangement of just as a solo flower.
Green is known as a positive color which stands for balance, faith, safety, and refreshment. If you add amazing green flowers to your bouquet, you also add a little bit of peace and relaxing vibes.
They produce over 24 million alstroemerias a year and offer a wide range of beautiful colors. From white, yellow and pink till red, purple en nice bicolor varieties!
Bloomingdale Roses has had an incredible journey to becoming one of Kenya’s premier exporters of high-quality T-Hybrid roses. With their 40 hectares and 30 variety roses, they can offer a nice constant range. Characteristic are the large heads of these roses from Kenya, really beautiful!
A lovely soft color that stands for romance and is perfect for wedding arrangements and bouquets!
Alstroemeria kicks off the indoor season in all the colours that this cut flower offers, with white being the utterly on-trend colour. What's unique about alstroemeria is that it saves its beauty for the right moment.
Normally the brothers' van Egmond grew lilies but since 2 seasons they also grow dahlias. They grow a wide assortment including the much-loved cafe au lait!
Which wedding flowers are too good to miss? We have made a wonderful selection for you.