As someone who wasn’t classically trained and came to professional floral design quite organically, I’m free to stray a little from some of the more traditional floristry guidelines. I prefer something a bit more natural, tumbling and wild. I like to create something different, something that reflects the seasons, something that moves me.
I prefer something a bit more natural, tumbling and wild.
I like to create something different, something that reflects the seasons, something that moves me.
We are in our element when we’re making a romantic, wild and truly natural backdrop for your wedding day.
Whether you have chosen a small, quaint country church, or a large, traditional marquee, this is what we absolutely love doing.
We meticulously plan and design everything from detailed sketches to inspirational mood boards. Then we use our botanical expertise to weave something unique, dramatic and utterly charming.
For us, it’s all about creating a wholly romantic setting. We’ll often dip into our extensive collection of objects and ornaments – elegant candles, candlesticks, votives, lanterns, statement urns filled full of seasonal blooms – to add texture to your design.
Whenever possible, I try to minimise my carbon footprint and always go for the greenest methods available.
Sustainability and consideration of our impact on the environment is essential to our designs.
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Thank you for creating such beautiful flower arrangements for us.
We knew they would be amazing, but seeing them for real exceeded our expectations. The arch, the pillars, the pew ends, the bouquets, button holes and the top table arrangement were absolutely exquisite, and the scent! Beautiful.