Unboxing India Hicks’s Wedding Party Flowers

When a style icon marries her beloved after 25 years, the flowers are sure to be divine. FLOWER takes an inside look at the wedding party flowers created by London florist Pulbrook & Gould
India Hicks's Wedding Party Flowers, bouquet set in tissue paper in a white box, with a moody English home library in the background
India Hicks's Wedding Party Flowers, overhead of bridesmaid bouquet in tissue papper
India Hicks's Wedding Party Flowers, bouquet displayed in a box in a rustic, utility room setting
India Hicks's Wedding Party Flowers, bouquet in box set on a chair in a home library

­­­­­­­October 20, 2021—Last month, style icon India Hicks wed her longtime partner David Flint Wood in Wallingford, the English village where the family resides when not at their home in the Bahamas. Flower magazine’s upcoming January/February issue will take you behind the scenes of the event, but for now, here’s a look at the beautiful blooms and lush greenery that accompanied the wedding party.

We were charmed by London florist Pulbrook & Gould’s presentation of the flowers, which were delivered nestled in layers of tissue paper inside beautiful, ribbon-wrapped boxes.

Erik Karlsen of Pulbrook & Gould gave us the scoop on the bouquet flowers:

  • Jasmine
  • Roses (varieties: Iceberg, Winchester Cathedral, and Susan)
  • Scabiosa
  • Phlox
  • Japanese anemones
  • Rosemary
  • Lavender foliage
  • Tuberose
  • Hydrangeas
  • Blue bee
  • Lisianthus
  • Eryngium
  • Love-in-a-mist
  • Eucalyptus
  • Hebe
  • Abelia
  • Old man’s beard (Clematis drummondii)
India Hicks's Wedding Party Flowers, junior bridesmaid headpieces, eucalyptus crowns

The circlet headpieces for the younger bridesmaids featured seeded eucalyptus, rosemary, and feathers—sweet and rustic for the English countryside affair.

They carried posies of blue blooms woven between white spray roses and rosemary.

India Hicks's Wedding Party Flowers, junior bridesmaid bouquets

Stay Tuned

Don’t miss Flower­­­­­ magazine’s full feature on the wedding in our January/February issue, including this dreamy floral arch by Babylon Flowers at Brightwell Baldwin Parish Church.

Issue on newsstands January 4, 2022.

naturalistic floral arch with lush greenery and white flowers. In the background: the stone facade and leaded window of an old English church

By Terri Robertson | Photography by David Loftus

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