Pampas grass is the focus of this week’s Wedding Wednesday blog post. Using this ethereal, feathery foliage as part of wedding flower creations is becoming a very popular trend, not only for altar designs and aisle decor, but also chandeliers and tablecentre arrangements.… Read more
Today, I’m delighted to launch a new monthly blog post series, Wedding Flowers Inspiration, which will feature a curated selection of beautiful florals.Stunning white and blush wedding flowers by Amy Osaba Pretty pastel blooms and foliage chandeliers by Palais Relaxed, russet wedding flowers by Jessica Zimmerman Dreamy, abundant florals by Kate Asire Flowers Organic blooms, with a pop of orange, by Bloom Ministry
I hope you enjoy a look through these wonderful designs and they leave you inspired….
(Image : Jose Villa)… Read more
I hope you enjoyed last week’s Wedding Wednesday blog post, where I featured Part 1 of the Flower School Glasgow’s Large Structures Course. We return to the course this week with the designs which the students made in the afternoon.… Read more
Beautiful large floral structures are a wonderful way of adding a ‘wow’ factor to a wedding and they’re the focus of this week’s Wedding Wednesday blog post.
Back in April, I had the pleasure of attending a ‘Large Structures Course’ at Flower School Glasgow, with florists from all over the country. It was so lovely to meet everyone and wonderful too to hear that many of them were career changers, having had children and then decided to become florists.… Read more
In this week’s Wedding Wednesday blog post, I thought I’d share with you three stunning chandelier designs, which would be perfect for a wedding taking place in a marquee, barn or even outdoors.
What I love about these particular chandeliers is their trailing element with cascading flowers and foliage, which softens the designs.… Read more