Webb & Farrer
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HelIo! I'm Alex. I love all things flowers and this is reflected in everything I make. Most days you'll find me in my studio, listening to Radio 4 Woman's Hour and drinking piping hot tea.
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At Webb & Farrer, I style flowers by working with their natural beauty. Listening to what you need and understanding the look you'd like from the flowers is a huge part of my job. Having always been a creative type, floristry gave me the excuse to design and make things as a job. I've trained in floristry in London and worked in florist shops in London and Bristol. The name Webb & Farrer came about because Webb is my Grandma Jean’s maiden name and Farrer is my Grandma Olive’s maiden name. I wanted to use their names so I’d have them with me all the time and to remind me of their gardens that inspired me. In Grandma Webb’s garden I remember tottering down the garden path, underneath the apple trees that led to the greenhouse. Grandma Farrer had such a neat and tidy garden and amazingly enough, she used to let me run around and pull up the huge rhubarb leaves to use in my dance routines.
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Name of Wedding Contact: Alex Barton
Hello ! I'm Alex, founder of Webb & Farrer. Please feel free to contact me with any of your wedding flower questions.
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No. of Weddings Hosted
Between 30 and 50
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What is your most memorable wedding?
A bright and colourful Mexican themed wedding at Pangdean Barn, Brighton. There was so much colour, vibrancy and texture!
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Make the build up to your wedding the most fun experience possible. This will mean that all the angst to have the perfect day will fall away because you’ve had a ball even planning the party. If you can take simple steps to enjoy planning your wedding then it will take the pressure off the actual wedding day itself, and don’t we all love it when the pressure is off!
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
Hundreds of homemade origami birds (all lovingly made by Sarah the bride) where suspended in the Grittenham Barn ceremony room for a wedding I worked on in July 2014.
What is the most interesting thing you have put in a bouquet?