Campbell's Flowers design vintage inspired, romantic, pretty flowers with a 'just picked' look. We strive to source our flowers locally and ethically and buy British wherever possible. We love to share our flowery experiences and our blog not only showcases our lovely weddings and gorgeous photo shoot inspiration, but also features heaps of DIY tutorials and all our latest work.
Blogs Within a Blog - A blog about all the blogs we have featured on over the past few months!
So I got an e-mail from Queen T a couple of days ago about all the blogs we had the absolute pleasure of featuring on over the past couple of months and how some of you may have missed them pop up on our social media and our blog. We have been lucky enough to feature on quite a few fabulous blogs recently and it would be such a shame for you to miss them as not only do they contain some gorgeous images, but some really interesting writing too. We decided to get a bit of an inception feel going on and write a blog about the blogs, it's like a blog within a blog (no, I didn't understand that film either). Well here goes, I'm sure it will all make sense in the end (unlike the film!).
Suzannah and Nate got married at Whirlow Hall Farm this July in a wonderfully colourful and exciting barn setting. Mark Tierney was kind enough to give us a mention on his blog along with a few other industry professionals who had a massive involvement in the day. Just follow this link to the blog.
We appeared on Brides Up North last month as part of a photoshoot with Inox Dine in Sheffield City Centre. They really wanted to showcase the venue and chose a select few Sheffield wedding suppliers to get involved including the very talented Shelley Richmond who took the shots and who we share space with at our lovely new studio, Lightspace Collective. Here is the link to the blog.
Laura and Callum got married in July at Colshaw Hall with the ceremony being held at St Mary's in Nether Alderley. Jonny Draper the photographer was kind enough to give us a little shout out on his blog. The pictures for this wedding are stunning and it's worth a look just to see the best picture of Queen T ever!! Just follow the link.
Now we get to one of my favourite weddings that we have done, just because I have never seen a bride wear a turban! Becca and Tom's wedding featured on One Fab Day about a week ago and I just love it. This is definitely one to have a look at over a cuppa because there are so many pictures and as the name suggests they are all fab and Kat Timmins the photographer is the one to thank for that. Just follow the link.
Just over a year ago Queen T got a call from Channel Four to appear in the latest series of The Fixer with Alex Polizzi. The idea was that we would hold a workshop to teach the lovely Jo to arrange fresh flowers in a stylish, classic way for the revamp of her business Lusso Styling. We were beyond excited to get the call and despite being filmed by a really wonderful crew for the whole day, we ended up on the cutting room floor! However, we did feature on their blog last month as the programme has just aired in Australia. Pop over to read more and for some lovely shots of us all taken by Sarah at Key Reflections Photography. Just follow the link.
On Boho Wedding Blog we were very excited to be talking about a subject very close to our hearts, seasonality and British, locally grown. Not only did T give her advice and thoughts on the subject but it features some fantastic shots too. Just follow the link for more.
So this photoshoot was the first photoshoot I have ever been involved in. I was so excited to be part of it and even more excited that we got it featured on Whimsical Wedding Wonderland. The location out in the Peak District was stunningly beautiful if not a bit windy! Sarah Wedding Photographer was on hand to take the shots and we were so pleased with the results. Follow the link for more.
So last but by no means least we had the chance to channel our inner hippies and get involved in a Woodstock style photoshoot with some incredible wedding suppliers. This particular shoot featured on Festival Brides which was a perfect match for this enchanting, chilled out shoot with photography from Shutter Go Click. Follow just follow the link.
So there you have it, our blog within a blog! I hope you enjoyed reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it and reliving some of the amazing photographs and experiences that I have had here at Campbell's.
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