Tuesday, 27 June 2017
So as you will all be aware from our Facebook page and other social media we have just celebrated British Flower's Week and what better way to celebrate than to do a stunning shoot featuring all British grown flowers with some awesome suppliers in a secret location. These photographs originally featured on Boho Wedding Blog but here it is again in all glory just in case you missed and also just because it's such a beautiful shoot and we love it.
British flowers are a subject quite close to our hearts here at Campbell's and wherever possible we use locally grown British blooms in our designs. For this photoshoot we really wanted to showcase these local hero's and show people why locally grown really is the best. Seasonality is key when picking British as they look better, last longer and smell amazing!
Here are a selection of the stunning pictures taken on the sunniest day in May, hand picked for your pleasure. I suggest you pour and ice cold lemonade, sit back and enjoy!
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
This year saw quite a few Spring weddings which was great for us as the florals are so bright and stunning at this time of year and Kirsten and Matthew's florals were no exception. Kirsten and Matthew got married at Kelham Island which is a favourite of ours when talking venues steeped in Sheffield history.
The couple wanted a very relaxed and informal day with no particular theme. The brief we were given for colour was cheerful and bright and as always T delivered with her vivd floral designs. Kirsten wanted a posy style bouquet with a just picked feel, the flowers chosen were double tulips, ranunculus, late scented daffodils, narcissus, muscari, lilac freesia, antique carnations and roses. What made Kirsten's bouquet extra special was the addition of her Dad's medals to the binding. We cannot stress enough how happy we are include special and unique touches to your flowers, it really is the little things that matter.
Kirsten had one bridesmaid who carried a smaller version of her bouquet and a flower girl who carried a wand and also had some super cute flowers in her hair. Buttonholes were a sprig style design and packed full of the super bright flowers.
Venue flowers included a mix of jugs and jars with a fun floral design on the front of a bike as you entered the venue.
Massive thanks to Tierney Photography for letting us have these stunning images, scroll down and enjoy!