Evelyn and Mark’s colourful wedding at Hellens in Herefordshire

colourful wild spring summer brides bouquet

As you all know by now I love a colourful wedding, I particularly love blues, corals and bright cerise pinks. Evelyn and Mark chose to include these colours along with paler pinks, peaches and orange, as a hint to Evelyn’s Dutch upbringing and the result was a wedding full of bright, happy flowers! Weddings at… Continue reading Evelyn and Mark’s colourful wedding at Hellens in Herefordshire

Garden roses for a sunny spring wedding at Elmore Court

Weddings at Elmore Court are always pretty special, the stunning house and grounds, amazing Gillyflower and awesome Team E, it’s not hard to see why Elmore is one of my most favourite venues to create wedding flowers for! Add in early season sweet peas and gorgeous garden roses from The Real Flower Company on a… Continue reading Garden roses for a sunny spring wedding at Elmore Court

Springing into the season – my inspirational course at the Jay Archer Flower School

So I may have a fair number of weddings and events under my floral belt but I’m a firm believer that you never stop learning, and so with that in mind I booked myself a 1-2-1 course with one of my flower idols Jay Archer at her studio in the Hampshire countryside. These sessions are… Continue reading Springing into the season – my inspirational course at the Jay Archer Flower School

Bright and Bold at Birtsmorton Court – Debbie & Ed’s colourful spring wedding

Image credit: Scott Stockwell

You may have noticed by now I’m a big fan of colour and love using seasonal flowers in bright, bold colours so I was in my element bringing together all the spring blooms for Debbie and Ed’s wedding captured by Scott Stockwell Photography at Birtsmorton Court last spring. I combined ranunculus, tulips, hellebores, snapdragons, waxflowers… Continue reading Bright and Bold at Birtsmorton Court – Debbie & Ed’s colourful spring wedding

Blue and white flowers for a yurt wedding in the Shropshire hills

Blue – it’s been my favourite colour for as long as I can remember. Bright blue skies, turquoise blue seas or sparkling blue sapphires I find I’m always drawn to the calming and fresh tones and hues. When you’re talking about flowers however, the colour blue can be a tricky one as there’s not nearly… Continue reading Blue and white flowers for a yurt wedding in the Shropshire hills