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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.

Delphinium, Hydrangea & Peony

8th July 2017

Delphinium, hydrangea & Peony

The entrance to St. Mary the Virgin Church, Woodbridge.

We filled the church today for Jess’s wedding with heaps of gorgeous white delphiniums, hydrangeas and peonies, very simply with put together with eucalyptus leaves and olive branches.

Ellie & Lee’s Flowers

10th June 2017

Ellie's Bouquet

Lee's Buttonhole

Ellie & Lee's Flowers

A few shots early this morning of Ellie and Lee’s flowers all packed up and set for delivery today to Haughley Park. A beautiful fresh mix of summer here with lovely Elsa Sass peonies, papery white sweet peas, forget me nots and many more…..


David & Gavin’s Day

28th May 2017

Foliage Balloons

Clean Whites & Greens

Another beautiful day at Bruisyard Hall today for David & Gavin’s day.  A simple, clean look of whites and greens. Lots of lovely foliage garlands were made to decorate the ceremony room and top table, with these amazing giant balloons from The Party Balloon Company tied with foliage trails onto the tables. The barn here always looks fantastic with taller arrangements and these balloons worked brilliantly – if a little fiddly to set up!

Hydrangea Bouquet

20th May 2017

Hydrangea Bouquet


Loving the early morning sunshine when adding the finishing touches to Mary’s flowers today. There’s something quite lovely about the delicate light catching the subtle colours in this bouquet, very simple hydrangeas with a mix of different eucalyptus and senecio leaves.

Seckford Hall

13th May 2017

Seckford Hall

A great morning setting up for Sarah and Dan’s wedding at Seckford Hall today. I am loving the colour combination in this venue, the pale greens offset with the berry tones work really well against this light and bright space. Peonies, anemones, roses and hydrangea to name just a few.