Posts with Category: Weddings
02 December 2016
Brides Magazine asked us to create a bouquet for a feature called ‘The Beauty of One’. They wanted a bouquet with a single bloom taking centre stage so we chose a beautiful purple dahlia with a velvety texture and star shaped petal structure providing an irresistible focus.
30 August 2016
Marcus and Kirsty married at Marcus’ beautiful farmhouse home looking over the rolling hills of Devon. Kirsty wanted wild and natural arrangements with a dusty pink and grey palette. Amongst the flowers used were Dahlia ‘Cafe au Lait’ from our cutting garden and beautiful David Austin ‘Cafe Latte’ blended with delicate textures coming through with Astilbe, Astrantia and Scabious, all the flowers used were seasonal English flowers.
12 June 2016
As trendy London weddings go this one was up there. Charlie and Sam married in Islington Town Hall and held their reception in the Metalworks, Islington. The Metalworks has it’s very own distinctive and quirky style, never phased by a challenge, I relished the opportunity to work in such a unique venue, it was such fun!
25 September 2015
Emily and Alex’s wedding had a relaxed beachside theme with muted greys and sky blue tones used to dress the marquee. To complement this natural and gentle colour scheme they chose white and green flowers with grey foliages.
27 June 2015
This was an idyllic garden wedding at Louise’s home. Louise wanted the flowers to be wild and natural to fit with the relaxed country setting and she took inspiration from the blush apricot rose bushes in her garden for the colour scheme which was a beautiful blend of apricots, blush pinks and lavenders.
14 February 2015
Flora and Jam wanted a wash of bright tropical colours to brighten up their February wedding. On a cold, grey winter’s day this was the perfect choice, goodbye dreary London, hello the Bahamas! They married in a church in Islington with a reception in LSO St Luke’s near Old Street, a fabulous venue with a blank canvas to really make your own.
25 September 2013
It was such fun designing the flowers for this wedding which was set within the grounds of Holland Park. The ceremony took place in The Orangery with soaring ceilings and classical 18th century architecture. The reception was at The Belvedere Restaurant with an eclectic interior of Art Deco design next to Damien Hirst and Pop art.
02 May 2012
This was the perfect garden wedding set in the grounds of Hester’s riverside home in Kent. I love working with the blank canvas of a marquee, you can go anywhere with the style and colour scheme and really make an impact. Hester selected a combination of striking pinks and lime greens, creating a bold contrast against the white interior.