Thursday, 26 March 2015

Weddings Your Way - Floral Design Inspiration

Hello all

Hope all is good with you and if you're planning your wedding for this year or next, that ideas are flooding in! With inspiration in mind, I thought I'd share with you just some of the wonderful ideas our brides have had and our part in helping create designs which bring their flowery dreams to fruition!

Whilst we are happiest working in our trademark 'just picked' style (which can often mean ditzy little jam jars or mismatched antique bottles and the like) I thought I'd show you just how easy it is to interpret our style to encompass a whole heap of personalised creations.

So without further ado, I'll let the photos do the talking (although do excuse the quality they were all taken on my phone and I'm no photographer as you'll see) ....

With structures and outdoor ceremonies becoming more and more popular, we're being asked to create all kinds of large structures.  This massive heart frame stands so tall that our brides and grooms can look through it! For this wedding we used very natural foliage but we've also designed this frame using really wide range of other materials from just gypsophila to gorgeous seasonal blooms intertwined with moss.

 Indoors, we've been asked to decorate all manner of areas in churches but we just adored this beautiful rood screen in this lovely turn of the Century 'Arts and Crafts' design style.

When Laura asked us to decorate her 'bottom drawer' we were only too happy to oblige, leaving the top drawer open for her visitors to pop their cards into.

Jane and Paolo are totally into music and it was a huge part of their wedding (I nearly said played but just couldn't make myself!) they brought this gorgeous antique record player along to the studio, which I just adored designing into.

Becca & Tom's adorable vintage landrover which was adorned with pretty delicate flowers and lots of ivy too (you can tell I'm a bit of a fan of ivy, can't you). It absolutely poured down that morning and I was drenched but the day cleared up really soon after and the flowers loved the raindrops!

Elisabeth adores flowers and wanted her guests to be greeted with wild prettiness on the entrance steps to her venue - this was such a challenge but both the imposing pillars looked so, so pretty on the day.

This driftwood inspired sculpture was designed to make the most of the amazing views of the seascape at a Whitby wedding.

As you can probably tell, we're so delighted to work with some many incredibly creative people and just love the chance to create on-off pieces to suit you and your day.

I do hope this has given you an idea of the scope of what can be done with flowers - I always think that the only limit is imagination!

T x

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