If you’re looking for beautiful and affordable wedding flowers for small ceremonies, last minute weddings or you’re simply relaxed about what flowers you have as long as they’re pretty and match your colour theme, these packages are ideal for you. They also remove the need for the fuss of formal consultation – we have a brief chat about what you’d like, you share a few inspiration photos and then you book your designs, pay your invoice and your designs and date is secured.
A minimum of two weeks notice is required and payment is due in full at the time of booking. Payment includes a non-refundable deposit of £100. Cancellation up to three weeks before the wedding date for a refund excluding the deposit. With less than three weeks to the wedding date, cancellation will be refunded less the deposit and a £50 administration fee.
Please get in touch to check my availability for your date. Note that these packages have limited availability based on my bookings for larger weddings.
Please feel free to download my 2022 / 2023 Wedding Price Guide.
The prices are valid from 1st February 2022 to 31st January 2023. Please bear in mind that it isn’t possible to give a full quote without a consultation. The overall cost of your wedding flowers is dependent on the style you choose, the type of flowers and foliage you want and the location / date of your wedding.
If you’re working to a budget, I can select flowers and styles that will be both beautiful and affordable. If your wedding is a small affair, you may prefer to look at my ‘micro-wedding’ price list.
Please get in touch to check my availability for your date and to arrange a consultation.
(Cover photo credit to Jon Bird Creative)
Hello again, and welcome to my series of floral design tutorials. This one is for a modern take on a traditional buttonhole, designed to sit inside the breast pocket of a gentleman’s jacket. Easy to wear and just a little bit different, this design is perfect for a garden wedding or even a day at the races.
To make one of these ‘pocket gardens’, you will need –
Continue reading ‘Pocket garden’ buttonhole tutorial
- Quality thick cardboard
- Broad hessian or other natural ribbon
- Floral glue
- Florists scissors or snips
- Ruler and pen
- Cocktail or kebab sticks
- Selection of well-conditioned flowers, foliage and seed heads
Second in my series of wedding ‘lookbooks’ with ideas for garden style wedding flowers. Free to download, please help yourself. 😊🌿