Just how beautiful are the flowers in this spring wedding bouquet by Riverdale Farm & Abbey Lou Flowers? With a soft palette of blush tones and subtle hints of yellow, it features foxgloves, phlox, roses and jasmine. Helen from Riverdale Farm worked alongside her daughter Abbey of Abbey Lou ... Read More about Floristry Industry Insight – Spring Wedding in Beautiful Blush Tones
Stunning roses certainly steal the show in this beautiful bridal bouquet by Adri at Moss Floral Design. And I love the addition of cultivated rubus, adding a wonderful wild, natural look to the design. Based in Texas, Adri selects blooms and foliages from her cutting garden, a local nursery, a ... Read More about Floristry Industry Insight – Heavenly Roses Steal the Show in Malibu
Just how beautiful are these intricate buttonholes created by Jessica Zimmerman? You may also call them boutonnieres, depending on where you're based. Another floristry term which appears to have different names is the pinholder. Do you call it a pinholder, frog or kenzan? Anyhow, now it's time ... Read More about Floristry Industry Insight – Buttonholes or Boutonnieres?
Today, I'm delighted to be collaborating with David Austin Roses. Marketing & PR Manager, Jo Bird and I have teamed up together to create a survey for UK florists as we'd love to hear about your personal experience of using David Austin Wedding & Event Roses. Prizes By completing the ... Read More about We’d Love to Hear Your Experience of Using David Austin Roses – A Survey | AD
Ranunculus, one of my very favourite flowers, was in abundance at New Covent Garden Flower Market on Friday! There were wraps upon wraps of not only the standard variety, but Cloni and Butterfly too. And the market was a flurry of activity, with many florists stocking up for Mother's Day, which ... Read More about Floristry Industry Insight – Ranunculus Season in Full Swing