What is your most memorable wedding?
This is a hard one as there have been so many! Two spring to mine from last year, one was at one of my most favourite London venues the Kensington Roof Gardens where we created an installation of individual hanging flowers which was awesome! The other was at the stunning St Clere Estate in Kent followed by a marquee reception in the ground of the brides parents garden. We created bespoke centre pieces made up of moss platforms and gold vessels with a hanging flower chandelier.
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
We love working with unusual flower varieties and creating interesting textures within our designs, most recently our bouquets have included succulents, pin cushion flowers and even mini pineapples!
What about your business are you most proud of?
Don't get to bogged down with Pinterest, yes it's good for inspiration but choose to work with wedding suppliers who's work you love & trust them to create something that is truly unique to you.
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Natural, Abundant, Textural, Colourful, original.
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
One of our brides had her brother and sister in law sing their first dance song which I thought was pretty special.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
Garden roses and peonies to me are always so romantic and feminine with their beautiful blousy petals and they come in such an array of romantic colours in different shades of soft pinks and peaches.
What is the most interesting thing you have put in a bouquet?
This is hard to answer as there are so many! Being featured on the front cover of Perfect Wedding magazine for four consecutive months in a row is pretty special a long with recently being on Flowerona's top 100 list of florists to follow on Instagram. Most of all though it has to be making our couples days that extra special with our floral creations.
Is there a flower that has specific symbolism that you would recommend for couples?
We have an initial consultation (however this to me sounds rather formal so I would prefer to say a chat over a cup of tea) with all of our couples and clients. We take great care to get to know you, your likes, interests and the type of wedding day you envisage. This is followed by a site visit to your venue to get a real feel for the surroundings and see what designs would work in the space. From here we then start creating your designs (as you may have guessed we LOVE doing this for you). We put together your online Pinterest mood board which we send you along with your detailed brief that captures the feel and style you would like to create.
What is the most romantic flower and why?
I always suggest giving the flowers away as gifts to family and friends. If you are keen to preserve your bridal bouquet I would suggest making arrangements for this before hand with a company who specialise in this as if left until after the wedding it may be to late as they tend to need the bouquet as soon as possible so the flowers are still in good condition to start the process.
What should you do with the flowers after the wedding?
Roses are associated with love and beauty and Anemone has a meaning of sincerity and unfading love.