Flowers are more than just my passion – as a wedding florist I live and breathe them, and find myself constantly inspired by the natural world around me.
My journey to become a wedding florist began as far back as I can remember. I recall the joy I had from stems of tulips displayed by my bedside, cut from the spring garden at my childhood home in Peterborough. While other kids couldn’t wait to get out on their bikes, my summer highlight was planting marigolds in the flower borders with my parents.
Following a 20-year career in media where I worked for the likes of Practical Gardening magazine and Garden News, I completed a course in Garden Design with the RHS, always finding myself surrounded by plants and flowers. But it’s wedding floristry that is my greatest love. Largely self-taught and with a natural eye for floral design, my style is a step away from traditional floristry. Loose,natural and wild abandon are more my thing – very much a just-picked- from-the-garden vibe, which harks back to my green-fingered roots. My rambling, fluid designs are as heavy on the trailing foliage as they are flowers, taking on an asymmetrical form for a much more relaxed and laid-back feel. A perfect match for cool couples looking for wedding flowers that are a little more off-beat but with bags of style!
Visit our gallery to get a feel for our style.
If you are getting married, head to our consultation page to discuss your flowers.