Sarah contacted me to talk about flowers for a dinner her and her American husband would be having to celebrate thanksgiving. She wanted to have something a bit different but that would at the same time not overshadow the event. We decided to use some of Sarah's family chinaware and put together flower arrangements that [...]
Liesbets original telephone enquiry came on a busy Mother's Day weekend. Liesbets marriage to Scott was to be in May and she had ideas of her bridal flowers but was unsure of the venue flowers.
Sara contacted me via email since she was living and studying in Southampton but planning her wedding in her home village of great kingshill to be held in early February. Whilst Sara had clear ideas of colours and flowers, since she was living over a hundred miles away we communicated via email all the details [...]
Nikki contacted me via email keen to discuss ideas for her wedding. After a few emails she met me at my studio along with her mum & adorable daughter and we talked about what might suit her and her bridal party for her novemember wedding. Nikki carried a trailing bouquet of large red & ivory [...]
Claire contacted me via email with ideas of her own for her and her fiancée David's special day, after a few emails back and forth she met me at my studio and we looked at vases and flower combinations and talked about what might work best for her, her two bridesmaids and the look she [...]
Chantelle came into my studio with a love of gypsophila and we instantly knew this would be the floral theme of her wedding. An ivory colour theme suited the May wedding of such a lovely couple perfectly. With gypsophila through out, we discussed using other ivory flowers in both the bridal & venue flowers to [...]
When Keili's and Ian came to see me to discuss their wedding flowers they had definite ideas about the colours they wanted. With the russets and the turning colours of October, their choice of orange and red suited both them and the season delightfully. Rich red Grand Prix velvet roses and huge orange gerberas were [...]