I hope you’re having a great week. If you’ve watched my most recent Flowerona Reflects video, you’ll have heard me mention that on Friday evening, I went to the Quintessentially Weddings Atelier at Claridge’s in London. And the highlight of my time there was seeing the breath-taking floral installation created by Philippa Craddock and her team!… Read more
Last Friday, I attended the Quintessentially Weddings Atelier at Somerset House in London. It’s a spectacular showcase of wedding suppliers from florists and cake designers to photographers and wedding dress designers. And today on Wedding Wednesday, I’m delighted to feature my photos of florist Mary Jane Vaughan’s incredible installation.… Read more
In this week’s Wedding Wednesday blog post series, I’m delighted to share with you beautiful wedding flower designs by London-based Neill Strain. I captured his elegant creations at Quintessentially Weddings’ Atelier event, which took place one evening last October. And, oh my…didn’t Neill’s arrangements cause a wonderful stir! He had chosen an eye-popping colour palette of red, orange, yellow, burgundy and cerise. Roses, leucospermums, gloriosa lilies, orchids and dahlias were used in the designs, including this amazing wall of flowers below.… Read more
Stunning wedding flower designs by Philippa Craddock Flowers at Quintessentially Weddings’ Atelier event
It’s Wedding Wednesday and today I’m delighted to share with you stunning wedding flower designs created by Philippa Craddock Flowers. I captured these images at Quintessentially Weddings’ Atelier event, one evening last October (which explains the subtle lighting). I loved the colour palette in shades of pink, white and cream, plus the combination of different blooms with their contrasting textures…all arranged in an eclectic assortment of silver containers. The flowers included a selection of wonderful roses, spray roses, astilbe and waxflower.… Read more
Well, I think we can safely say that here in the UK, autumn has arrived! And I so enjoyed my drive through the Surrey countryside on Thursday to visit a friend for lunch. The sun was shining and the leaves on the trees lining the roads were wonderful shades of yellow, red and orange.
A little present which I’d managed to bring back from my holiday was a lovely cold…so, most of the week I stayed at home, keeping warm. … Read more