This is the romantic story of M and A, how they brought their two families together with their marriage and how they have continued that by creating a new home and a family business.
On a cold November day E and J were married at Aswarby Rectory. The morning was filled with laughter from the hair and makeup preparations as I created their floral staircase.
K and S were married at the stunning Norwood Park in Nottinghamshire in an incredibly elegant black-tie wedding. The aesthetic was clean white and green with gold accents but the overall feeling of the day was relaxed and (judging from the hangovers the next day) they partied hard.
When the Tipi Tribe said they were running a spring photoshoot and open day at the stunning Hackthorn Walled Garden I was in
Eight months after H originally got in touch we met at her venue on the sunniest day in July. Always the host, Michelle from @overgrownacres gave us iced lemon water…
The cost of wedding flowers can sound crazy and if you are not a florist you wouldn’t know what goes into it. So, this series will give you a bit of an insiders take on how wedding flowers are put together and priced.
Getting wedding flowers to open just the right amount is a skilled process, but it is one of those hidden things that nobody ever really sees. The word florists use for looking after the flowers is ‘conditioning’ .
at a wedding fair. K described how they wanted a very natural wedding theme with a large wild floral chandelier. She then said they were having a tipi wedding, after the ceremony in tiny historic church
When Mr Smith and I got married I wasn’t a florist and I remember thinking, ‘how on earth does a buttonhole cost that much?’. My very talented florist, slightly wearily,…