This elegant spired bloom is known as Veronica. In recent years, this flower has become extremely popular for wedding flowers to use in bouquets, table arrangements and other designs. It is ideal to create a playful shape and works with every colour scheme.
Simone and Andrew tied the knot on 20th April at Woodhall Manor, a romantic and exclusive setting in the heart of Suffolk.
This week, we are focussing on new and pre-existing blooms that are coming back to the auctions, from the pretty peonies, spring alliums to NEW coral roses! All of the flowers can be purchased by everyone, trade and non trade accounts on the website for a number of occasions, weddings, events and more. New Blooms …
Early April, the beautiful couple got married at Haughley Park Barns in Suffolk. The idyllic scenery, timber-framed barn reception and elegant vintage style was achieved effortlessly. The couple choose a colour scheme combining blush pink, ivory and luscious greenery to achieve their vision. Pretty blooms were used including copious peonies, calla lilies, roses and eucalyptus.
Sarah and Jonathon chose to get married on the 26th August 2018 at Bruisyard Hall, a magnificient medieval barn in the heart of Suffolk. They hoped to create a rustic and relaxed wedding, complete with dusty lilacs and greys with luscious greenery.
Today’s wedding is picturesque. Ellen and Michael were married at Cretingham Church and held their marquee reception at Yew Tree Farm House in Suffolk on the 2nd June, 2018. Their vision was for a relaxed, intimate and informal celebration, which they totally achieved!
Today’s wedding is just idyllic and it’s got the perfect pretty in pink vibe. Elaine and Joe were married and held their reception at Easton Grange wedding venue in Suffolk on the 29th July 2017.
A pretty occasion. Danielle and Duncan got married in late April last year at Hungarian Hall in the heart of Suffolk.
Each week on Facebook, we stream a live video demonstrating different flower varieties and arrangements to inspire and educate our viewers. This week the demonstration was based on a Spring linear arrangement using seasonal flowers. Guaranteed to lift your mood and brighten your home this January.
This January our Flower of the Month is Hyacinths. A beautiful Spring bloom that is highly perfumed and available in an array of colours!