Sunday, 16 September 2012

The Wedding Industry, Blogging and Sharing the Love

Wedding blogs can be such a fantastic mine of useful information, predicting trends, providing inspiration, giving Brides an insight into the experience of others or simply handing out some welcome hints and tips.

As newish members of this exciting and growing community, we are so thrilled to have been featured on quite a few of the more well-known and prestigious blogs by sharing our flowery knowledge, experience and creativity.  This contribution has been recognised by one particularly lovely blogger, Kelly from the fabulous Boho Wedding Blog and we're especially proud to have been asked by her to be regular contributors.  You might have seen our most recent post showcasing yellow wedding flowers or our posts which feature seasonal blooms - a subject very dear to our hearts.

We absolutely love our regular blog posts too and are so pleased that so many of you are interested enough in what we have to say and give us such positive feedback in all your comments. For those who are new to our 'family', a warm welcome to you all and here are the links to some of our most recent guest features:-



Boho Wedding Blog - Flower School - Yellow Wedding Flowers with Campbell's Flowers




Staggered - Buttonhole Ideas for 2012 and 2013




Love My Dress The Very Best of Homegrown British Wedding Flowers - A Floral Tale ...




Under the Vintage Veil - Florist's Corner - The very excellent Tracey Campbell talks Wedding Fayres



So You're Getting Married - Foraging Flowers




Flowerona - Bouquet for Jessica Ennis created by Tracey Campbell of Campbell's Flowers



Am really excited at just what the next few months will bring - taking us up to a first whirlwind year in business.

Hope you've enjoyed this little retrospective, of course, it doesn't cover any of the lovely glossies, TV or radio we've been featured in ... but that's for another post!

If you've any ideas for a post you'd like to see me write or, indeed, thoughts of where I should guest next - let me know!

Tracey x

Photocredits and thanks to:-

Niel Stewart Photography
S6 Photography
Andy Chubb Photography
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