Find the perfect flowers for your special day with JewelStreet’s 10 best Bristol Wedding Florists. You’ve got the venue (you’re welcome). You’ve got the photographer (again, don’t mention it). The next thing to mark off your checklist is the flowers. Flowers are one of the most important parts of your wedding day, so discover the leading Bristol-based florists below, for all your floral needs.

Based in the heart of Clifton village, Belle de Jour has been open for business since 2013, offering classic and contemporary flowers for every occasion. Run by Kika Hedgecock, Belle de Jour’s wedding packages are immensely popular, supplying stunning bouquets, table arrangements and thoughtful gifts. 

Originally from France, Kika finds inspiration for her floral designs from the Parisian style. Your wedding flowers will be timeless, passionate and handled with love by Kika and her team. There is so much to choose from, with a variety of colours, styles and fabulous uses of herbs, inspired by old wedding traditions.

Find out more about Belle de Jour here.


You’ve probably already heard of The Rose Shed if you’ve been looking for Bristol-based florists. If not, let me introduce you to one of the South West’s leading floral studios, founded and led by Rachel Husband (if that’s not a good omen, I don’t know what is). The Rose Shed has a distinctive style, an abundance of knowledge and a high-profile reputation.

Flowers from The Rose Shed are romantic, on trend and show off what’s naturally available around the time of year. Rachel ensures that all the floral arrangements compliment one another, from the lavish staircase display, to the delicate flower crowns. Rachel is almost always booked up, so get in there while you can. 

Find out more about The Rose Shed here.


Tilly Tomlinson is an independent floral designer (you know how JewelStreet feel about independent designers!) and has over twenty years of experience, so she definitely knows what she’s doing. If you needed any more proof, Tilly designed the table display flowers for the Queen’s Golden wedding anniversary dinner!

Tilly covers every base of your wedding… and decorates it in flowers. She works to your theme and has extremely reasonable prices. Whatever your theme and however many flowers you want, Tilly’s got it under control. Want jam jars filled with flowers? Tilly’s on it. Want candelabras adorned with roses? She’s got you. Whatever you ‘pick’ from Tilly, make sure it’s the floral table displays - after all, they are royalty approved.

Find out more about Tilly Tomlinson Flowers here.


If you’re looking for someone who is willing to climb a treacherous ladder to hang a 20ft garland, or delicately design a centrepiece, you’ve found her. Emma Norton has a strong signature style and is a lover of all things foliage. 

Never one to shy away from a challenge, Emma loves to experiment with unusual combinations and is always looking to add texture into anything. You will never find any space wasted in Emma’s designs. Any available space she has, she will fill with her favourite thing… foliage. She’s also a lover of roses, so be prepared for an abundance of those too!

Find out more about Emma Norton Wedding Flowers here.


The team over at The Wilde Bunch are obsessed with weddings - they have a whole barn full of wedding accessories and props to prove it! With over 25 years of experience, The Wilde Bunch pride themselves on their styling prowess. Not only will they style your flowers, but they’ll also style your reception. 

Having styled most venues in Bristol, The Wilde Bunch are experts on what looks good and what works with the season. On their website, they make everything easy for you, with a simple ‘season picker’ so you can get the perfect flowers for the time of year. 

Find out more about The Wilde Bunch here.


If you’re a fashion fanatic and always in the loop about the latest fashion trends, Bijoux Floral Design are the florists for you. Rebecca Hobbs has 25 years of experience and loves to design all of her floral arrangements from scratch, so you know you’re getting something original for your wedding flowers. 

Rebecca and colour palettes are best friends - she’s always consulting them, creating designs that are on trend and keeping with the couple’s style. If you’re getting married this year and looking for a florist, Rebecca is an expert on the AW19 wedding trends. The lookbook on the Bijoux Floral Design website is blooming full of colours and styles, from deep reds and purples from the Rich Opulence board and nudes and neutrals from the Simplicity board.

Find out more about Bijoux Floral Design here.


Daisy Lane Floral Design is an award-winning florist that specialises in wedding flowers. It is run by a woman called Emily (not Daisy - I’m just as surprised as you are), who has a passion for floristry and can’t wait to be a part of your wedding day.

If you’re looking for a florist that is ultra-femme, soft and romantic, then Daisy Lane Floral Design is the one for you. Not only does Emily make bespoke bouquets, she also focuses on scent and texture, ensuring your wedding smells as good as it looks.

Find out more about Daisy Lane Floral Design here.


Suzanne Marie Flowers is a florists, full to the brim of knowledge and experience. They love everything about weddings - attending them, dancing at them, crying over them, but most importantly, they love decorating them. While Suzanne Marie Flowers create glamorous arrangements for the whole ceremony, their speciality is the bride’s flowers.

Suzanne Marie Flowers specialises in bouquets, and understands the importance of complementing your wedding dress with a beautiful bunch of flowers. They’re also very thorough when it comes to the bridesmaids, and of course, the preservation of their creations - they offer vase hire, should you need it.

Find out more about Suzanne Marie Flowers here.


Ivory Flowers provide a range of beautiful flowers that will take centrestage (second to you of course) with their vibrancy and abundance of colour. They have something for any wedding. Heading to the tropics? Ivory Flowers can do it. Going for an old Hollywood vibe? They’ve got it under control. Whatever you need - just ask!

Choose from vintage flowers, to exotic designs. The heart shaped wreaths are to die for, perfectly completing your romantic wedding day. But wait, there’s more. Ivory Flowers is the sister shop to Olive Tree Beauty. So while you pick your wedding flowers, why not also book yourself a relaxing spa day before the wedding? You deserve it after all.

Find out more about Ivory Flowers here.


On the corner of Broad Quay, you can’t miss Roots Floral Designs, with their tumbling outdoor displays and quirky wheelbarrows. An independent and local florists, Roots have a variety of flowers for whatever the occasion. 

Roots would love to be a part of your wedding day, offering contemporary, classic, natural and wild flowers. Although they can cater for large events, their stunning boutiques should really be the centre of attention and are ideal for a small intimate affair. They also have their own originally named designs that reflect the seasons. These would make lovely thank you gifts.

Find out more about Roots Floral Designs here.