Monday, 25 July 2011

Wedding season

A wedding from a couple of weeks ago, that I have only just had a chance to upload the pics.

The bride loved velvety red roses but the bridesmaids were wearing raspberry, so for her bouquet I combined black bacarra roses with metalina roses and dark pink astrantia.

As always, must dash, enjoy the sunshine!

Tuesday, 19 July 2011

Dahlias - it's just the beginning

The dahlia season has started, so far there are beautiful white, lilac and cerise with plenty more on the way. Perfect with the stunning dark scabious that are flowering like crazy.

Saturday, 16 July 2011

Sunshine on a rainy day

Today's bride is very lucky, it rained . . . a lot and apparently that is supposed to be good luck!
Thankfully the bridesmaids were wearing soft yellow to brighten a grey day and carried bouquets of sweet peas, scabious, feverfew and spray roses.

The bride had a combination of roses, spray roses, sweet peas, scabious, feverfew and lysimachia all combined with senecio and herbs and a touch of grass to give it a more country feel. 
And all but the roses home grown.

Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Star performer

The sweet peas this week are on fire!
They literally are bursting in to flower the second I turn my back.
So this weeks bouquets are full of them and smell amazing.

Friday, 8 July 2011

Flowers for a Sunday wedding

This weekends wedding is a mixture of velvety reds and antique tones of pinks and creams, combining some beautiful roses with of course a few home grown surprises thrown in to complete the look.

And here is an early taster of what is being produced. Lots of pew ends on the go, which will also be placed around the venue for the reception in order to get the best value out of the flowers. A spot of recycling and a mad dash from church to venue before the guests!

The rest will be revealed on Sunday when I catch my breath again.
Enjoy your weekend.

Wednesday, 6 July 2011

Busy, busy bee

Fairs, markets, bouquets, weddings and of course my full time job, just slightly busy at the mo.

And then of course there's these two...

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