It is now only just over a week until our next Bridal Flower Open Day which takes place on Saturday 11th March from 10.00 am – 4 pm here at our premises in Horndean. Our Open Days are an ideal opportunity to see an extensive selection of Bridal Party and Venue Arrangements as well as a wide range of cut flowers suitable for weddings.
No appointment is necessary and our team will be on hand all day to discuss your ideas with you.
Kelly & Sam who were married at St Mary’s Church in Funtington and then held their reception at Farbridge, near Chichester in August 2016 attended one of our Open Days prior to their wedding. Whilst Kelly already had an idea of her requirements for the Bridal Party flowers, they both found the Open Day useful for choosing their venue arrangements as it enabled them to see exactly what their flowers would look like.
The photographs below courtesy of Lucy Lou Photography show all the flowers from Kelly & Sam’s wedding day and we hope you enjoy them as much as we have
We love it when Brides send in photographs from their weddings and these stunning ones from the May wedding of Emma and Dan are no exception. The wedding which took place at Earnley Grange, Earnley, Nr Chichester, West Sussex was pretty much a DIY wedding so whilst we made all the Bridal Party arrangements Emma had also ordered cut flowers from us to create her own venue arrangements.
Sweet Avalanche Roses and pale pink Hydrangeas, which complimented the Bridesmaid’s dresses, were combined with Tanacetum Daisies and Gypsophila to add to the summery country look.
The stunning photographs below were all taken by Katy Cain
We are regularly asked what colour flowers tie in with a teal /peacock blue colour scheme so we thought these photographs might be inspirational for anyone planning a wedding around these colours.
For her December wedding, Ailsa chose shades of pink, lilac and purple to tie in with the aqua blue dresses of her Bridesmaids and the peacock blue of the Groom’s tie and waistcoat. Coolwater and Memory Lane Roses were combined with purple Lisianthus and Limonium, Astrantia and some Eucalyptus Cinerea foliage to make the stunning bouquets and buttonholes.
For a complete contrast to her vibrant teal colour scheme, Victoria chose to incorporate orange flowers in all her Bridal Party arrangements. Orange mini Gerbera and spray Roses were combined with ivory Avalanche Roses to make all the bouquets and buttonholes for her July wedding.
Victoria’s photographs courtesy of Chris Such Images
We hope this will give you some ‘food for thought’ but as always please do get in touch with us if you need any help with the flowers for your forthcoming wedding
For week 2 of our wedding photo share we thought we would show you some of the photographs from Jo and Paul’s ‘country weekend’ themed wedding at Hill Place, Swanmore last March. To tie in with the interior of this beautiful house Jo selected ‘vintage’ coloured flowers and whilst we created all the Bridal Party Arrangements Jo made her own venue arrangements using flowers also supplied by us.
Following the wedding Jo and Paul sent us this lovely testimonial –
“Just a quick note to thank you for all our lovely flowers. There was enough for three large vases and they lasted for ages. The bouquet, buttonholes and corsages looked amazing and the day was perfect.”
The stunning photographs below are all courtesy of Pippa Heath – http://www.pippaheath.com
Last Saturday was our Bridal Flower Open Day which was attended by in excess of 50 Brides / Grooms and their families. We were inundated with enquiries and now have a busy few weeks compiling quotes and meeting with couples who booked appointments for consultations with us. It was lovely to see so many people and we were also delighted to be joined by local companies Eliza Mabel, Queen Bees Treats, Carro’s Cakes, Hana Venn Photography and Quaint and Quirky Event Hire who all loved being part of the day.
Our Bridal Flower Open Days are a great opportunity to view an extensive range of Bridal Party and Venue Arrangements and a wide range of cut flowers suitable for weddings. Feedback from those who attended was that it is so useful to be able to see flowers ‘in the flesh’ so to speak and to be able to look at and hold bouquets of differing sizes and shapes.
We are grateful to all those who attended the Open Day but if you were unable to make it, our next one will take place on Saturday 28th March 2015.
In the meantime here are just a few pictures from last weekend
As we draw breath from an extremely busy weekend in which we supplied flowers to 10 weddings and prepare ourselves for another busy week just a few photographs which we thought we would share with you.
Starting with some of the bouquets – all in varying colours which proves we can supply flowers to suit all colour schemes and themes.
And some very pretty buttonholes, corsages, wands and hair circlets
And finally some stunning venue arrangements
Take a look at these stunning photos which have been sent to us by Emily and Liam who married at Upwaltham Barns in June. We think you will agree the flowers complimented the setting, colour scheme and theme of the wedding beautifully.
In her email accompanying the photos Emily wrote –
As promised, here’s a handful of snaps of our wonderful wedding day and the gorgeous flowers They were truly perfect!
Thank you so much again.
Photographs by Roberta Matis Photography – www.robertamatis.com
Last weekend saw us setting up a wedding at both the Tithe Barn, Ditcham and Upwaltham Barns
For her wedding at the Tithe Barn, Gemma selected a colour scheme of white and silver for the Bridal Party Arrangements and this was carried over into the venue arrangements for which we were asked to take into consideration the vast dimensions of this beautiful setting.
I think you will agree the end results were stunning!
Laura also selected primarily ivory flowers for her Upwaltham Barns wedding but introduced some fuchsia pink into the Ceremony Room flowers to reflect the colour of her Bridesmaid’s dresses. As Laura had six Bridesmaids she further utilised their bouquets by placing them in jugs on the tables in the Reception Room – a really good idea