Campbell's Couples

Although we live and work in Sheffield, we're very happy to travel around the country and are just over the moon that our little business has flourished in the last few years.  Because our blog feed is updated regularly, we thought it might be a nice idea to archive some of our most recent weddings so you guys can look through them at your leisure and hopefully gain lots of inspiration for your big day.


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Amelia and Richard's Losehill House Wedding - Soft, romantic blooms and handsome hounds.

This is wonderful local wedding was not only featured on Love My Dress but our bride, Amelia, also played a starring role in our fab new video, filmed by the amazing  Seven Hill Films, which you can watch on our Campbell's Flowers YouTube Channel.  Enjoy!

Hi all,

I can't tell you how over them moon I was when T came to me and told me that we were designing for a wedding and the bride was wearing 'the dress', so let me give you a bit of background.  Last year we did a photo shoot with some amazing industry professionals and one of the models was wearing this gorgeous dress by Sassi Holford called Marilyn from The White Room and I fell totally in love. The design, fit and style is right up my street so I was so excited when I heard that the lovely Amelia would be wearing it.

Amelia and Richard got married at Losehill House in June this year, a venue that we love to work at, such stunning views.





After chatting with Amelia it was clear to us that she wanted a very soft romantic (just like the dress) feel to the day and designs.  For the brides bouquet Amelia asked for an asymmetric design, quite messy with plenty of foliage.  The flowers T chose were David Austin 'Kiera', David Austin 'Darcy', raspberry protea, pale pink and pink astilbe, spray roses, scented stocks, 'Sarah Bernhardt' peony, small cerise roses, pale pink lisianthus, olive foliage, eucalyptus, heather and ferns.  Amelia also had matching hair flowers attached to the prettiest headband.

The couple had 2 bridesmaids one of which was a super cute flower girl.  For their bouquets they chose flowers similar to the brides bouquet but a little smaller more compact design.  The flower girls also had a stunning little flower crown.

Buttonholes were kept simple and classic.

The ceremony table design was just incredible, as you will see in the pictures.  T had such fun designing this show stopping arrangement with lots of wow factor!

Photo credit to our fellow Lightspacer Ellie Grace Photography.  Enjoy!

















































Thanks for reading
Amy xx

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Beth and Paul, The Rutland Arms Hotel, Bakewell - Succulents and Spring Days


We just love Beth and Paul's spring wedding which was full of seasonal blooms and a beautiful cream and silver colour pallet.  The moors supplied the perfect back drop for the stunning photographs, the gorgeous bride and T's incredible designs.


Hi all,

Today we are bringing you a real wedding from April this year which took place at The Rutland Hotel in Bakewell.  Beth and Paul wanted a low key, intimate wedding so this venue provided the perfect place for such a day.  The surroundings provided a great backdrop for the photographs too which you will see below.

Moving on to the bride's bouquet, the colour palette was pale, soft, muted nude tones with champagnes, creams and whites in a hand tied design with a little softness. As you'll see from the gorgeous shots, Beth wanted succulents in her bouquet and you can watch T chat about this trend on our YouTube Channel just click on this link.  Using Beth's brief, T decided to on 'Vendella' roses, senecio, brunia, tulips, hyacinths, ranunculus, lisianthus and Yorkshire lavender.

For the bridesmaids, Beth chose to have smaller versions of her own bouquet, T made sure she used the Yorkshire lavander in there to compliment the gorgeous dusky purple bridesmaids dresses.  Beth and Paul chose a classic focal design for the buttonholes.

The mantle piece flowers were a stunning addition to the venue with long and low designs reflecting with subtle colour pallet.

Photo credit to Tom Hodgson.






This wonderful email popped up in T's in box, which we just had to share ...

Dear Tracey,

Paul and I have just got home and back to reality after our honeymoon and wanted to send you a big thank you for such wonderful flowers on our wedding day in early April.

I can't describe how beautiful they were, they were just perfect.

We adored the colours, I know I tortured myself for months over not having a theme or specific colour scheme but the design and the flowers just brought everything together.  You seem to have a wonderful way of knowing brides better than they know themselves!  They brought that large room to life and made it look so elegant, everyone keeps mentioning how amazing they were!

I can't thank you enough.  The flowers were the only thing I wanted from the day (apart from marrying Paul....mun't forget that one!) and you surpassed everything I could've imagined.  Thank you for everything, you and your team are absolute gems.

Thank you so much, I can't say it enough!

Beth &Paul Thompson

Isn't that just lovely? I'm feeling all warm and toasty!

Thanks for reading
Amy xx

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Dapper Dogs and Seasonal Veg - Kate and Rob's Industrial Autumnal Wedding


So we love to work on all different kinds of wedding with all manner of brides and venues.  Here is a wedding with a more industrial, inner city back drop.  Just showing that you don't need to get married in the middle of the countryside to bring the outside in and have gorgeous, wild floral designs on your day.


Hi all,

Today we are bringing you a real wedding from October last year.  Kate and Rob got married at 99 Mary St which is quite and industrial venue, however with a gorgeous floaty dress and veil, a flower crown and a pretty dapper doggy in tow the day had whimsical, boho undertones.

Kate wanted plenty of texture to her flowers and wow did T deliver? Kate's bouquet was full of thistles, succulents, spray roses and seed pods.  Kate's floral crown was absolutely stunning, full of large blooms which really gave Kate that classic boho look.

The couple really brought the outside in with the venue decorations, embracing seasonality and filling the area with vegetables and other seasonal blooms.

This wedding did appear on Whimsical Wedding Wonderland blog if you want to check it out by following the link.

Huge thanks to Ellie Grace Photography for the stunning shots.  You can just get a glimpse on the super talented Julia Jeckell in the first pic too who was responsible for Kate's beautiful hair and make up.  Enjoy!






























Thanks for reading
Amy xx

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