Thursday, 23 December 2010

Ho ho ho

Wishing of our customers, family and friends a very merry christmas and see you in 2011 ! xx

Monday, 20 December 2010

Sugalily Photoshoot

I was delighted to provide flowers for this very cool photoshoot, which was organised by the very talented Abbey at Sugalily
The House of Sugalily provide amazing luxury social stationery ,greetings cards and wedding stationery. I personally LOVE abbey's work and definately recommend any brides out there to take a look at sugalily wedding stationery.
For the flowers, this bridal bouquet contained white hydrangea ( abbeys favourite) gypsophlia, roses and herbs . Lovely.

Saturday, 18 December 2010

Our last wedding of 2010

Here are pictures of the bouquets for our last wedding of 2010.

Its was a perfect winters day, with a small scattering of snow and bright blue skies.
The theme was white with a touch of purple, with roses, anemones and rannuculus.
We cant wait to see the official photos of this wedding, as we know the bride will look stunning. Watch this space for pictures

Monday, 13 December 2010

Silver sparkles

A lovely twinkley winter wonderland wedding around the colour paletter of silver, white and pale pink.
We love the soft snowy rannuculus used in the bouquets & buttonholes, combined with kochia & brunia for a wintery look.
For the venue, we made crystal trees using willow and birch, and coordinated the top table with our handmade birch hearts. Everything looked so pretty against pure white linen, white chair covers and sashes.

Thursday, 2 December 2010

The first of our winter weddings

This is the first of this years winter weddings, and we love it.
This lovely bride and groom opted for amaryllis as their key flower using highlights of seasonal materials such as hypericum, twisted hazel, skimmia & waxflower.
This fits perfectly with the current snowy weather we are having, and the venue with the snowy backdrop was just dreamy.
We have a few differently themed winter weddings coming up, so keep an eye on the blog for more interpretations of this festive season.