What is your most memorable wedding?
This is difficult one, as each wedding the team and I have done has its on special memory as they are all so individual.
Maybe for me personally would be a wedding I done in 2016 for a couple who were marrying at the same venue as I got married at, bought back the wonderful memories of my own wedding day. Making me wish I could do it all again but I guess that why I followed my passion of flowers, I still get my fix with creating and planning wedding flowers for other couples
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Perfection, Beauty, Stunning, Fragrant, Graceful
What about your business are you most proud of?
When a couple book their wedding with me, its such an honour and privilege to be asked to design wedding flowers for their special day, its such an important day and I love being a part of making that history.
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Research your supplier, meet face to face to get a good idea as to whether you will be able to work with them, do not leave to the last minute to book your supplier as the good ones always get booked quickly, and don't always settle for cheapest, remember you get what you pay for.
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
Incorporate the brides grandmothers wedding ring to her bouquet, I bound the ring with a beautiful satin ribbon to match the brides bouquet and wired the ring into the centre of the bouquet. It looked simply stunning and such a personal touch.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
A warm invitation to my floral studio where we have an informal, relaxed, stress free chat over a nice cuppa. Build up a picture of what the couple are looking for and with my experience and knowledge I help them to achieve into reality for their special day.
What is the most interesting thing you have put in a bouquet?
Paper Flowers made from the brides favourite book, Harry Potter. We arranged them with Avalanche Roses, the two worked really well and looked very effective.