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Weddings are a real passion at Pesh. We love to work with our couples to create stunning memorable florals that represent your style on this special day. Using British grown flowers where possible!
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- Our passion at Pesh is wedding flowers, we work with couples and design a floral scheme that shows your style and personality. Using the best seasonal flowers and British grown flowers when possible with herbs, foliages and textures and always unique, the little touches from our garden’s add a surprise and a magical finishing touch. Our wedding and event florals are memorable and create the feel of the day and are Always a talking point! We have been established over 60 years and that experience of the wedding industry is ever growing and developing. Our signature style is very relaxed natural and free form inspired by nature - Boho with a London twist!. Small intimate weddings to large scale hotels, marquee and stately homes the flowers will compliment and be personally created and installed by our fabulous team. We carry a very large and extensive range of flowers so your consultations are always fun and inspiring as we get to select the blooms for the Big day. You can even book private class at our flower school for your Hen party to create wearable flowers, jewellery etc of course creativity is helped with a glass of prosecco!!!
ExperienceYear Business Was Established1968# Of Weddings HostedMore than 50# Of People In Team6Public Liability InsuranceYes
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What is your most memorable wedding?
That would have to be at Hever Castle, the bride flew in by helecipter and all the florals were rich and fitted the stunning venue beautifully. We had to leave at 5 am to deliver and set up as it was such a warm summers day the sweet peas wouldn’t have survived the journey when the sun came up. Crazy few hours setting up followed by a picnic on the grass for the team in the gardens and a cold drink watching the ducks waddle about
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Vintage Relaxed Naturalistic Botanical Elegant
What about your business are you most proud of?
Providing flowers at Westminster Abby, St Paul’s cathedral and Hyde park for memorial services for Princess Diana. 9/11 and 7/7 bombings. All tragic but an honour to be part of something so poinent
What is your #1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Remember the day is about you, your love and your style. Find suppliers that can represent that for you. Oh and a spectate Wedding email as it’s much easier to keep everthing together
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
Hand drawn charactertures of each guest as a table favour/place setting
Describe your typical process with a couple.
Initial consultation to discuss ideas, likes dislikes. Venue and time of year and what displays might be needed. Then a personalised estimate and once couple have confirmed us as their florist we can then do site visits with them or provide sample displays if needed. Depending on scale of Wedding we will usually meet again 3/4 weeks before the wedding to finalise the flowers and foliages and finishing touches- much more exciting at this stage and so nice to see what is in season that can be included
What is the most interesting thing you have put in a bouquet?
I would say a bouquet we made for a bride who had very bad hay fever. She wanted a unique and quirky look so we made all her “flowers “ out of leaves. She had a Carmen style rose in the centre made of ivy leaves. It was beautiful and shows how versatile foliages can be!
Is there a flower that has specific symbolism that you would recommend for brides?
I think you can never go wrong with a rose, there are so many varieties shapes, colours, scents and they are the flower of love. We especially love the britsh grown garden varieties that are available late spring to early autumn
What is the most romantic flower and why?
I think a Peony has a really romantic feel to it, such a delicate fragrance and the soft blousy petals like clouds. I also love that it is a truly seasonal flower and isn’t around for very long so that to me makes it all the more special
What should you do with the flowers after the wedding?
Discuss with your florist if you would like to give flowers to guests at the end of the wedding as they may be able to make them so that can be removed from vases/containers as these are usually on hire. If not you can ask that the flowers are taken to a hospice by your florist if they are clearing for you. But mostly I would say to not worry too much about this and just enjoy them throughout your wedding day as that it’s what they are designed for, we often use blooms much more open than we would if you were receiving a gift as they need to look at their best and most spectacular in that day !!
- Bridebook Gift: Complimentary posy for Bride to throw