Jenny Fleur

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My approach to designing bespoke wedding flowers is simple: to use the natural beauty of fresh, seasonal flowers, herbs and foliage to create the perfect flowers to suit your wedding style.
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Products and Services
Aisle Decorations
Bouquets
Buttonholes
Centrepieces
Clean-up
Corsages
Delivery
Dried Flowers
Flower Confetti
Flower Crowns
Flower girl Baskets
Fresh Flowers
Last-minute Orders
Minimum Order
Pre-wedding Consultation
Set-up
Vases
Wedding Arches
Pricing & Costs
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Full Description
  • My passion is creating romantic, relaxed designs full of gorgeous scented flowers, herbs and foliage for a natural, freshly picked look which fits in perfectly with a classic, vintage, country or rustic style wedding. I place a strong emphasis on exceptional quality, creativity and an honest approach to creating wedding flowers which are unique and special to each couple I work with. Lush abundance and seasonality are quintessential elements of my designs and I love to incorporate locally sourced and British grown flowers where possible, accompanied by snippets from my garden, foraged bits and bobs like feathers or berries and the best quality imported blooms. I have amassed a broad collection of props and décor to complement my floral designs; perfect for styling your venue, adding quirky details or making a statement.
  • Personal Message from the Manager
    Name of Wedding Contact: Jenny
    Thank you for considering me to create your wedding flowers, please do take a look at my website for more information or get in touch to chat through ideas.
  • Experience
    Year Business Was Established
    2012
    # Of Weddings Hosted
    More than 50
    # Of People In Team
    1
    Public Liability Insurance
    Yes
Press & Awards
(5)
Press and Awards (4)
http://bridalmusings.com/2015/12/christmas-rose-dreamy-winter-floral-boudoir-ins
http://weddingsparrow.co.uk/2015/07/07/natural-morning-of-bridal-session-in-peac
http://www.blovedblog.com/lifestyle/an-english-harvest-theresa-furey/
http://www.dottyvintageweddings.co.uk/rustic-farm-shoot/
Industry Awards (1)
Regional Finalist in the 2015 Wedding Industry Awards
Photos
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Location & Contact Details
  • Directions
    • Address
    • Malvern, Worcestershire, England
    • Nearest Town
    • Malvern
    • Nearest Motorway & Junction
    • M5 Junction 7 (Worcester South) or M50 Junction 1 to Upton-Upon-Severn
    • Nearest Train Station
    • Great Malvern
    • Nearest Airport
    • Birmingham
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FAQ
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What is your most memorable wedding?
Cheesy answer but I can't choose one! They're all so different!
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Natural, rustic, wild, classic, vintage
What about your business are you most proud of?
Getting bookings from couples who've been recommended to me by previous couples I've worked with.
What is your #1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Book your florist in good time! I'm regularly booked 12-18 months in advance, especially for popular summer dates.
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
A table plan of polaroids of each of the guests, it took the couple hours but was so personal.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
After an initial contact via email we'd arrange a consultation in person to discuss the details of the wedding, ideas for flowers and suggestions for styling and decor, then after confirming the booking I'd often make or follow a pinterest board. We'd finalise the flower order around 6 weeks before the date.
What is the most interesting thing you have put in a bouquet?
I love adding little charms or lockets with pictures of family who can't be there in person but can be carried down the aisle with the bouquet
Is there a flower that has specific symbolism that you would recommend for brides?
A rose is the symbol of love and comes in a huge ranges of colours and shapes so can work with any colour scheme or style.
What is the most romantic flower and why?
Roses are the quintessential wedding flower and a symbol of love and romance but I also love the delicate and fragrant sweet pea.
What should you do with the flowers after the wedding?
Bouquets can be dried or preserved as a keepsake, there are various companies which dry and frame your flowers, or you can DIY by hanging in a warm, dry space such as an airing cupboard. You can also give the fresh flowers such as table centres as gifts to your guests or even donate to a local nursing home or hospice to bring a smile to the residents.