It’s always such a pleasure to collaborate with so many like minded creative people in the wedding and events industry whether it’s on real weddings or styled shoots for inspiration. It’s even more exciting when our work is published on blogs or magazines for others to enjoy.
You can see some of the real weddings and styled shoots I’ve been a part of by clicking through the links below:
I was delighted to see that Megan and Jamie’s relaxed wedding at Lyde Court was featured on Love My Dress! Megan wore a stunning floral Charlotte Balbier dress and we used the floral pattern as inspiration for her own bouquet and the rest of the flowers, keeping them natural, seasonal and textured to fit in with the rustic barn setting. Megan’s textured, trailing bouquet was filled with lilac lisianthus, freesias, veronica, gentiana, tanecetum daisies, phlox, yellow balls of craspedia, scabious seedheads, dried wheat, fountain grass and eucalyptus foliage. As well as bouquets and buttonholes, I created two vintage churn arrangements for the ceremony and filled lots of teapots and vintage jugs that Megan had collected with a mix of seasonal flowers for a relaxed afternoon tea reception. You can read the full feature here.
You can see more weddings I’ve done at Lyde Court here
Love a woodland wedding? Love colour? Love Spring? You’ll love this! So here’s a little shoot I’m pretty proud of, I’m proud of all the styled shoots I get to work on but this one was a bit different as it was dreamt up by myself and my lovely photographer friend Sara Beaumont. We’re both a fan of colourful, quirky weddings and wanted to creative a whimsical inspiration shoot celebrating Spring in all it’s abundant, vibrant beauty. We love a natural, free-spirited woodland wedding so wanted to place our ‘bride’ Molly in the great outdoors surrounded by the natural beauty of a bluebell woodland with the addition of some colourful Spring florals. Homme House in picturesque Herefordshire provided the perfect setting with it’s secret gardens and fairytale woodlands. We, and our team of suppliers were super pleased to be featured over on Whimsical Wonderland weddings blog, hop across and see the fruits of our labour in all it’s glory here!
You can see more of my flowers at beautiful Homme House here
Last Autumn I was invited to collaborate with a team of fabulous wedding suppliers on an inspiration shoot which was a little different from my usual rustic, country style! Styled by House of Elliott and Emma Hunt London this opulent baroque inspired shoot was full of glamour and decadence. captured beautifully by Phillipa Sian Photography we were all very excited to see it featured on Strictly Weddings Blog… go take a peek here
Full credits for all involved below:
Photography: @philippasianphotography | Venue: Purton House | Planner, Styling & Lace Boots: @houseofelliotlaceboots | Co-Stylist: @emmahuntlondon | Videographer: @mcgillsisterfilms | Dresses & Accessories: @chantalmallett | Flowers: @jennyfleurflorist | Hair & Makeup: @patriciasopermakeup | Model: @charlottegodfrey | China and Crockery: @vintageflairchina | Cake: @swann.amy | Macaroons & Cake Pops: @centrepiececake | Cupcakes: @cakesbykrishanthi | Stationery: @thegoldletter | Table Silks & Silk Ribbon: @pompomblossom | Ring Box: @lapetitbox Baroque Ring @london_victorian_ring_co | Lingerie: @pompadourg | Gold Flower Crown: @sophieandlunalondon | Black Choker: @annalieserivers
Fran and Pete’s wedding was such a wonderfully personal day, nearly everything there was crafted by the couple and their family, from the amazing ribbon table plan to the test tube chandeliers and wooden houses on the tables, it was a true labour of love but worth every minute. Fran asked me to create the bouquets, buttonholes and table flowers in a white and green colour palette with just the palest hint of soft peach. I used lots of stunning seasonal flower including garden roses, ammi, orlaya, snapdragons and trailing birch foliage in Fran’s bouquet while her bridesmaids had simple but sweet posies of feathery astilbe. I was so pleased to see their wedding featured over on Whimsical Wonderland Weddings – go take a look here!
It’s always thrilling when I see my flowers appear on a wedding blog so when Anna and Andy’s stunning woodland inspired wedding at Elmore Court was featured on Love My Dress I was a wee bit chuffed! The images by Eve Dunlop Photography are just beautiful and Anna’s kind words about my work were just lovely….you can read the full feature on Love My Dress here.
Take a look here for more Elmore Court weddings I’ve floralled up!
So pleased that wedding blog Bridal Musings has shared some of the gorgeous images from a shoot I did with Theresa Furey at Homme House using jewel-coloured Hellebores…you can read the full article on the Bridal Musings website.
Wedding Sparrow is an award winning inspirational blog specialising in fine art weddings so was a perfect match for this romantic shoot capturing a sunrise bridal session. Shot in the stunning surroundings of my favourite Herefordshire wedding venue, Homme House, fine art photographer Theresa Furey was the eye behind the lens. Jen from Jennifer’s Dressing Table created the softest make-up and loosely done hair while the beautiful accessories and lingerie were from Daisy Sheldon Embroidery. I used dainty hellebores and lots of foliage to create a lush but natural look to the flowers.
Read the article in full on the Wedding Sparrow website.
BLOVED is a luxury wedding blog offering stylish, contemporary inspiration and ideas to modern brides as well as lifestyle, travel and fashion. Working with fine art photographer Theresa Furey I created flowers and styling for an Autumn Feast inspiration shoot using rich colours and seasonal flowers and foliage.
See the shoot in full on the bLoved blog.
If you’re looking for inspiration for your rustic farm wedding then take a look over on Dotty Vintage Weddings, a wedding blog and magazine featuring ideas and inspiration for brides and grooms looking for rustic and vintage styling ideas and vintage inspired suppliers. This shoot with Rachel Lilly Photography gave another take on the ever popular style of rustic vintage weddings with lots of details for anyone planning their own vintage style wedding.
See the article in full over on the Dotty Vintage Weddings website.