I loved creating the flowers for K&N’s wedding on a perfect sunny and crisp autumn day. Recently returned from Australia they wanted to incorporate lots of eucalyptus and rice flower with autumnal coloured roses and dahlias.
Katy and Richard asked for a mixture of dried and fresh flowers to compliment their mauve, purple and blue colour palette. Using a mixture of fresh roses and delphiniums, dried honesty, bunny tails and flax mixed with eucalyptus, mint and rosemary foliage I created these highly textural and fragrant arrangements.
This wonderfully relaxed couple were married at one of my absolute favourite venues, The Asylum Chapel in Peckham. The brief was white flowers with masses of foliage including eucalyptus and olive. I loved creating Chloe’s oversized bouquet with a hand-dyed trailing silk ribbon, four co-ordinating olive and eucalyptus bridesmaid bouquets and trailing pew ends.
Justine has a real interest in flowers and understanding sourcing and floristry techniques, which was such a joy! We decided on using brightly coloured, locally grown summer flowers which I sourced from three different Sussex flower farms. A mixture of foliage, including beautifully fragrant mint and rosemary, with brightly coloured dahlias, cosmos and Justine’s favourite verbena showcased the best of a Sussex summer.
Ren and Dom’s bright and beautiful wedding was a fusion of vivid coloured roses and delphiniums, which were a wedding gift to Ren and Dom, and locally sourced seasonal blooms. The bridal party bouquets and buttonholes were all created from paper, and worked beautifully with the fresh flower venue arrangements that I created, including two large milk churns, garlands and dozens of kilner jars, jam jars and bud vases.
Barn weddings don’t always have to be rustic, and Chantele and Stuart’s elegant colour palette of burgundy, blush and white allowed me to create a refined space for their wedding at Fitzleroi Barn. Chantele asked for a flower wall behind the top table and this was constructed from one hundred and sixty individual flower bottles suspended from ribbons and made for a stunning statement feature.
This gorgeous festival style wedding took place at the laid back setting of Maplehurst Farm, a working deer farm, with views across the lake. Kristy’s favourite colour is purple, so we worked together to find the season’s best purple and ivory blooms and included some meaningful family favourites such as sweetly scented freesias. The tepee […]
For their romantic summer wedding, Natasha and Jack chose a blue and ivory colour palette with hints of romantic pinks. Using the best of the season, including stunning blue delphiniums, garden roses and beautifully scented stocks, I created an English country garden that smelt as good as it looked.
This uber cool wedding took place in a brewery, where the couple had brewed their own beer to serve to their guests! Both graphic designers, they had a really clear, modern style and vibrant colour palette. Being set in a brewery I included lots of locally sourced hops in their arrangements alongside brightly coloured roses, […]