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"Flowers are a universal language that every bride understands”


From bouquets to buttonholes and beyond...

Let's work together to create the perfect flowers and arrangements for your wedding.

Whether you are getting married in a church or having a modern ceremony we will make sure your flowers are personal and unique to you. Your wedding flowers journey will start with a consultation with me where you can share your ideas and inspirations, colours and style.

I manage only a handful of intimate weddings at a time so I can focus on your individual requirements.  I aim to use my own home-grown flowers or those from local growers should we need more!  Flower colour and choice will of course be dependent on the seasons…and nature, but we will be able to use the most beautiful blooms for your designs.

Please drop me a message so we can talk in more detail to discuss your requirements.

Bridal Flowers

Bridal party bouquets/posies; Buttonholes; Corsages;

Thank- you Gift bouquets; Table arrangements; Urn/vessel arrangements; aisle flowers; entrance flowers.

Prices on consultation
DIY Buckets

Depending on the time of the year and what volume and colours we have available, you could purchase a mixed bucket of freshly-picked flowers to create your own designs. 


If you would like a workshop with me so I can teach you how to create your own bouquets/posies/buttonholes/arrangements this can be organised. 

Buckets £55 (approx. 70 stems)
Grown Your Own

Talk to me as early as possible the growing season (Autumn-Spring) before your wedding and we will endeavour to grow the flowers for your bouquet – particularly if you have your eye on something that you don’t normally find in the florist/high street.  You can come and pick them too!

I love to grow flowers but I say ‘endeavour’ as nature

often has its way!

There’s an anticipation and excitement in sowing something that is going to feature in such a special day – we will have a back-up plan just in case!

Prices on consultation
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“Can we speak in flowers? It will be easier for me to understand"

- Nayyirah Waheed

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