Last month, I featured Part 1 of the Tallulah Rose Flower School’s Wedding Flower Course Retreat, which took place in May. And today, I’m delighted to share three more beautiful floral designs, which the students created.… Read more
Back in May, I had the pleasure of attending the Tallulah Rose Flower School’s first Wedding Flower Course Retreat. It took place at Sparkford Hall (pictured below), a luxury Georgian country house nestled in the Somerset countryside. And what an incredible time I had…!… Read more
If you saw my blog post earlier today about a Flowerona Event I’m holding in London next month, then you may have seen me mention that the venue, Heist Bank, are looking for a florist to join them at their beautiful space in London!
I’m delighted to share with you more details of this wonderful opportunity. Let me hand you over to the lovely people at Heist Bank:
Heist Bank is a new contemporary bar, restaurant and grown-up playground in Paddington Basin. Conceived, designed and operated by Urban Leisure Group (the minds behind Coin Laundry, Ask For Janice, Alice House and Graphic), we’re bringing local beers, unique cocktails and wood fired pizza to the people of W2.… Read more
Flowerona Events : An Interview with McQueens Managing Director, Kally Ellis – Tuesday, 13th September
I’m delighted today to share with you some very exciting news, which I’ve been hinting about on social media recently!
For some years now, Fiona, my workshop co-host and I have been talking about organising yet more inspirational events for florists. Events that would also give them an opportunity to meet and network with other florists, as we know that this is one of the things that attendees love about our workshops.
So, as we’re running our Branding and Social Media workshops on consecutive days next month, we thought it would be the perfect opportunity to hold an evening event on Tuesday, 13th September.… Read more
This week, as part of my Florist Friday blog post series, I’m delighted to feature an interview with Willow Crossley. I had the pleasure of meeting Willow in May at a press event for Liz Earle’s Chelsea in Bloom entry.
Could you tell us what prompted you to become a florist?
I grew up in a very rural Wales, surrounded by flowers and nature. I’ve always loved them but it wasn’t until writing my second book, Inspire, and working on the ‘Flora’ section that I realised that this was what I really wanted to do.… Read more