If I could describe my dream wedding clients, the couple I have booked in for next June would be it! As soon as the bride mentioned Jane Austin, hand picked and romantic in one sentence, I nearly lost my flower growing mind. During our first meeting back in early Autumn we discussed rough ideas for colours and table designs and let them simmer over winter. When June arrive we sat down all together with the actual in season blooms to play about with true scale table settings and styling details. If you’re wondering why there is a breadboard in the photos – its a log substitute!

I really loved this way of working, weddings are the next step in my flower growing plan and I would like to be able to offer them throughout the growing season. I have been busy calculating stem and growing space availability as well as keeping a really keen eye on what is blooming when and for how long. I’m feeling really excited and confident about this side of things plus I LOVE weddings!

If, like my gorgeous June ’23 couple, you are looking for locally grown flowers, that are gentle to the Earth, have a romantic heart and wild soul, I could be the one for you. I can work last minute if that’s your thing (and you’re happy to have what’s blooming) or plan ahead and work with you to grow and bring all your favourite flowers to life. If you would like to chat more please get in touch via my contact page or come and find me on Instagram and send me a direct message. The beauty of growing on a small scale means I can give each wedding my full attention and create something that is both beautiful and unique. I cannot wait to hear from you.  xx

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