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Wedding florist specialising in sumptuous, garden-style florals, based in the beautiful East Kent countryside
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Products and Services
Aisle Decorations
Bouquets
Buttonholes
Centrepieces
Clean-up
Corsages
Delivery
Flower Crowns
Flower girl Baskets
Fresh Flowers
Physical Shop / Studio
Pre-wedding Consultation
Set-up
Vases
Wedding Arches
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  • £35
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Full Description
  • We create magical florals in stunning colour combinations at weddings across the South East. Lucy will meet you and get to know you as much as possible - listening carefully and taking on board your ideas and wishes for your wedding. Whether you know exactly the look you'd like to achieve, or you need our inspiration to help pull your ideas together, by the end of the design process you'll feel secure in the knowledge that you're in good hands. We are conscientious, eager, and super friendly in our approach. We also take responsibility for every element of the floral side of your wedding - liaising with your venues (including the church if this applies) so that once you've booked us you need to do nothing more. Whether you just need bouquets and buttonholes for the Bridal party, or you're looking for full venue styling, we'd love to help. Table arrangements, large urns of flowers, floral archways, hanging marquee installations - nothing is too much trouble. We offer a very personal service.
  • Personal Message from the Manager
    Name of Wedding Contact: Lucy Day
    I'd love to hear from you. Do get in touch, no matter how large or small your wedding. I still have dates available for 2018, and am taking bookings for 2019 already!
  • Experience
    Year Business Was Established
    2013
    Public Liability Insurance
    Yes
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Press and Awards (2)
Whimsical Wonderland Weddings
Your Kent Wedding
Accreditations / Associations (1)
British Florist Association
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    • Address
    • Canterbury, Kent, England
    • Nearest Town
    • Canterbury or Ashford
    • Travel Notes
    • Because the Wild Bloom flower studio is on a working arable farm we need advance notice of meetings, please!
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What is your most memorable wedding?
Every wedding is memorable, and every single one is special.
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Natural, garden-style, sumptuous, unusual, beautiful.
What about your business are you most proud of?
The communication and relationships I create with the couples I'm working with. It's vital, and very special. I love being closely involved in people's weddings.
What is your #1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Don't let Pinterest make you feel that your wedding plans are inadequate!
Describe your typical process with a couple.
I like to meet with a bride (or couple) as early on as possible, so we can get to know each other. It's the best way to ensure I'm designing the right florals for someone! I usually send a document with images of possible floral 'ingredients', pictures of ideas and some prices. Once a couple has decided to book, I also create a Pinterest inspiration board. In the run-up to your wedding I will do all the liaising with your venue and/or church, so you can step back and get on with other things. I'm always available to booked couples to answer questions they might have before their wedding, and on the day I can be booked to stay on site and move arrangements around if necessary. I'm very approachable.
What is the most interesting thing you have put in a bouquet?
Feathers, protea, airplants, miniature photographs, brooches, lace from an antique wedding dress. I'll find a way to incorporate anything, if it has special meaning to a bride.
What is the most romantic flower and why?
There's a good reason many people say peonies or garden roses are the most romantic flowers; their petals look like frills - soft and blousy. Utterly beautiful.
What should you do with the flowers after the wedding?
I'm always happy to help my clients find ways for guests to take table flowers home at the end of a wedding. Or if you're using hired glassware, simply collect some large jars in the run-up to your wedding, and I would transfer the table flowers afterwards, for you to keep. If you are marrying in a church, it is usual practice to leave large flower arrangements there for the benefit of the congregation, but smaller ones can be moved to your reception venue and 'repurposed'. Arrangements like this can simply be taken home by family members after a wedding, and enjoyed. The flowers should last at least a week. Bouquets can be preserved too. If you're thinking of doing this, find a reputable company before your wedding day.