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Being surrounded by the ever changing world of amazing natural colours, textures and patterns is really why I became a Florist...
This is a space for me to share the things I love.

Country Bouquet

7th September 2017

Sophie's Country Bouquet

A late Summer bouquet for Sophie’s barn wedding at Bruisyard Hall today. Really like the relaxed, country feel to these flowers, complete with the wheat picked from the fields.

The Mantle at Butley Priory

26th August 2017

Butley Priory Mantle

Loving these bright and vibrant reds we put into Butley Priory for Abbie and Ross’s wedding today.

My favourite “red piano” rose with seasonal dahlias, astilbe, antirrhinums, ammi, poppy heads and heaps of lovely trailing foliage.

Summer Table

10th August 2017

Bottles Summer

A close up of Chloe’s wedding flowers at Woodhall Manor today. A beautiful, delicate mix of flowers and foliages, keeping the tables at their wedding breakfast light, bright and airy with vintage glass bottles, votives and trailing jasmine foliages.

Dominic & Tom’s Day

5th August 2017

Peacock FeathersPeacock Feather Bouquet

Bringing in the peacock feather detail to all of Tom and Dom’s wedding this weekend.

Wonderful textures and tones with a combination of these blue eryngium thistles, scabiosa seed heads, rich roma astrantia, white veronica, lacy ammi heads and vermeer calla lilies. Baby blue eucalyptus, olive and thlaspi.

Esme & Nick at Easton Grange

22nd July 2017

Super bubbles spray rose Pitcher Summer Place setting Rosemary

So pleased to be able to get the peonies for Esme and Nick’s wedding at Easton Grange today! As some of you my know peonies can be tricky towards the end of their natural season, so you are never quite sure if they will work out or not. But they really made the impact that Esme was hoping for, adding that amazing pop of colour that works so well in the beautiful surroundings of Easton Grange.

We mixed them with the pale blue delphiniums, peach stocks, deep pink larkspur, sweet avalanche and super bubbles spray roses. Along with gypsophila and feverfew, various different foliages from eucalypts, olive, thlaspi and rosemary.