Wildlings & Aster

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Wildlings & Aster is a small home based floral design studio based in Newcastle-under-Lyme in Staffordshire, specialising in wedding and events floristry.
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Products and Services

Bouquets
Centrepieces
Corsages
Flower Girl Baskets
Wedding Arches
Aisle Decorations
Minimum Order
Last-Minute Orders
Pre-Wedding Consultation
Delivery
Set-Up
Fresh Flowers
Vases
Flower Crowns
Buttonholes
Full Description
Wildlings & Aster, is dedicated to bring your floral dreams to life. From small, intimate ceremonies, to grander celebrations. Wildlings & Aster draw inspiration from your own personality, floral preferences and wedding style, to create individual floral creations. The Wildlings & Aster style is whimsical, colourful and luscious, with a focus on using seasonal blooms and inspiration from the beautiful British countryside. We provide anything from bridal bouquets and table arrangements, to large floral installations (and we're always up for a challenge)! If you would like to start your wedding flower adventure with Wildlings & Aster, feel free contact us.

Personal Message from the Manager

Name of Wedding Contact: Beth
Welcome to Wildlings & Aster! I love nothing more than creating individual floral designs that are personal to each couple and perfectly capture the vibe of their wedding day! Wedding flowers have the ability to make people smile and amplify the beauty and joy of such special day.... and that is why I love my job so much! I look forward to hearing from you and hopefully starting your wedding flower adventure!

Experience

Year Business Was Established
2022
No. of Weddings Hosted
Less than 10
Public Liability Insurance
Yes
No. of People In Team
1
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Location & Contact Details

Address

Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, England

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FAQ
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What is your most memorable wedding?

My little Brother and Sister in Law's wedding. It was so special to do their wedding flowers. I felt so proud to be there on the day and to see their reaction to the floral arrangements I had made for them!

Describe your style in 5 adjectives.

Colourful, boho, whimsical, natural, foraged

What about your business are you most proud of?

My business is a long awaited labour of love. I'm incredibly proud of myself for taking the leap from my old career, to make my dream of being a florist a reality, all whilst looking after my 3 young boys!

What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?

Be honest and realistic about your budget from the start. If a supplier knows your budget, they can tailor your quote and their services to meet that budget. It also saves you wasting your time and being disappointed when you receive quotes that are way out of your price range.

What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?

A couple used teacups at their wedding breakfast, that were owned by the bride's grandmother who had unfortunately passed away and couldn't be there.

Describe your typical process with a couple.

Couples are asked to fill in my online enquiry form. We then have a chat over the phone to discuss what your floral vision is for your big day. I'll then email you your initial quote based on our chat. If your happy with what you see, I take a non refundable booking fee to secure your date and we start to plan for your wedding flowers!!!!

What is the most interesting thing you have put in a bouquet?

I love to include foraged flowers and herbs from my own garden where possible, to add a personal touch and make things smell even more delicious! I once included foraged Wildflowers into a Bride's bouquet, that were picked from her family farm.. it was a really lovely touch and made the bouquet even more special!

Is there a flower that has specific symbolism that you would recommend for couples?

Cornflowers symbolise "positive hope for the future".

What is the most romantic flower and why?

Dahlias- mean steadfastness, as they continue to bloom, even when most other flowers have died.

What should you do with the flowers after the wedding?

Your flowers and foliage are owned by you! After your wedding you can take them home, gift them to family and friends or even consider donating them to your local hospice.