What is your most memorable wedding?
I recently did a wedding at a gorgeous venue in Lincolnshire called Aswarby Rectory, the couple chose a beautiful colour scheme of very pale blush, sage green and white. They knew they wanted to add something big to their venue but weren't sure what so I suggested some asymmetric clusters on the doorstep to frame the door as well as a matching one at the bottom of the stairs inside the main house. All of the bouquets, buttonholes and table centres followed the same vibe so they all matched and you could see their theme through out the day.
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Wild, natural, loose, creative and country.
What about your business are you most proud of?
Being able to offer something unique and special, whilst giving the best customer service possible!
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Do what you want to do! Its your day, no one else's.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
I generally start by meeting the couple somewhere or discussing their flowers by email, then I produce a moodboard of their style and they can make any changes they like, and then I send them a quote. They are free to contact me whenever they would like for any queries they might have.
What is the most interesting thing you have put in a bouquet?
One of my brides asked if she could have one head of orchid in her bouquet for her Dad as he was living out of the country so could not attend the wedding during covid, the groom asked if he could also have an orchid head in his buttonhole so it matched and was different from the rest.
What should you do with the flowers after the wedding?
Preserve the bouquet and the grooms buttonhole together as a memory of your wedding.