Wales meets Australia Wedding Flowers

When you have a Welsh born Bride and an Australian born Groom getting married in the Spring, the perfect flower combination is Daffodils and Mimosa and this is exactly what we supplied for the wedding of Helen and Scott which took place at Ramster Hall, Chiddingfold, Surrey at the end of last week.

This was one of our weddings where we never actually met the Bride or the Groom but as they were very specific with their requirements, we were able to organise everything by email alone.

The end result was a stunningly simplistic display of flowers which had Spring written all over it and definitely proves that less can sometimes be more when it comes to wedding flowers.

Below are just a few of the photos we took of the bouquets and during the set up at the venue –

 

 

BRIDAL FLOWER OPEN DAY

Our next Bridal Flower Open Day takes place on Saturday 19th March at our premises in Horndean.

Our Open Days give Brides, Grooms and their families an opportunity to view an extensive range of wedding flowers and bridal arrangements. Our team will be on hand all day to discuss your specific requirements and show you examples of our work.

We look forward to seeing you anytime between 10 am and 4 pm on the day (no appointment necessary)

Flyer - 2016 Open Days

FARNHAM CASTLE WEDDING

During the cold winter months it is always lovely to look back on weddings from the previous Summer and we are delighted to share with you these stunning photographs from the July 2015 wedding of Victoria and Alex which took place at Farnham Castle in Surrey. Victoria had requested that the flowers tie in with her pale blue and white colour scheme and our flowers were even joined by goldfish on the guest tables which was definitely a first for us!

Photographs courtesy of Laura Debourde Photography – apologies there are so many but they were all too lovely to leave any out!

 

 

Guides for Brides Customer Service Awards

We are delighted that we have been nominated for the Guides for Brides Five Star Customer Service Awards 2016.

The aim of the Awards is to recognise businesses within the wedding industry who continually deliver excellent service and customer satisfaction.

If we have supplied the flowers for your 2015 wedding and were delighted with the service we provided you can vote for us by clicking on the badge below

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Thank you and we will keep you posted as to how we get on.

BRIDAL FLOWER OPEN DAY – SATURDAY 26TH SEPTEMBER 2015

It is now only just over a week until our next Bridal Flower Open Day which takes place place here at our premises in Horndean on Saturday 26th September from 10.00 a.m. – 4.00 p.m.

Our Open Days are a great way to see a wide range of Bridal Party and Venue Arrangements and our cold store will be stocked with an extensive selection of flowers suitable for most wedding colour schemes and themes. In addition to this our team will all be on hand to discuss your initial ideas and answer any questions you may have.

If you or anyone you know are planning a wedding in the coming months please do come along – we look forward to meeting you.

Open Day Flyer September 2015

Duncton Mill Wedding

We are delighted to have been mentioned in a blog written by Zara of Zara Price Photography about the July wedding of Anna and James which took place at Duncton Mill, near Petworth. The photographs depict a very happy day and our flowers look pretty good too!

http://www.zarapricephotography.com/the-blog/anna-and-james-duncton-mill-4th-of-july-2015

Lemon and White Wedding

It is always a pleasure when we are sent photographs from a wedding we have supplied and this wedding was no exception. Katie and Liam were married on a gloriously sunny 4th July at their local church followed by a reception in a marquee in her parent’s garden. With Bridesmaids wearing lemon dresses, Katie wished to keep all the flowers white and picked Hydrangeas to compliment the time of year and the garden setting of their wedding reception. The flower girls carried bouquets of Gypsophila and wore matching hair circlets.

Venue flowers were kept simple with jugs of white Hydrangeas in the centre of each of the tables and clusters of Hydrangea filled jam jars along the top table.

The photographs below are all courtesy of Adrienne Photography