When it comes to wedding venue styling, one of the key elements of any design is the floral arrangements – not only which blooms you’re going to include, but also how they’re going to be displayed.
The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is one of the most anticipated events in the British calendar this year and there has been a lot of speculation over how the pair will celebrate their nuptials.
If you’re currently working with wedding decorators in Surrey to finalise the plans for your big day, one of the things you’ll no doubt be looking at is the flowers that you’ll not only carry down the aisle in your bouquet, but that will also dress your wedding venue.
Two wonderful day teaching lovely people. Wednesday Bridemaids Circlets, Thursday Contemporary Bouquets. My students produced some amazing work.
Having qualified as a florist a few moons ago I decided it was time to update my skills. Last month after lots of searching I discovered a new and exciting venture just opened, called The Covent Garden Academy of Flowers run by a inspiring lady Gillian Wheeler and her wonderful staff. The Acadamey is situated in a […]
The following palettes of Pink, Latte and Mocha, Cornflower Blue, Baby Blue or Sky along with the Red, Wine and Violet seem to be the hot shades for the next years flowers. Exquisite vintage Roses with White Hellibors, Pitisporum with is pale Green and White edges and cream Lizianthus in hand tied bouquets with satin or antique lace bows […]