Wedding flowers in peach and white by Fletcher & Foley are in the floral spotlight this week. Just how breath-takingly stunning is their bouquet above, featuring the spring blooms of tulips, narcissi and hellebores?
For lots more gorgeous floral inspiration and news about not only a potential new guide to Sustainable Floral Mechanics, but also a vacancy at Buckingham Palace for a florist, read on…
- Soft Tone Textural Editorial with Florals by Fletcher & Foley
- Flowers by Plenty of Petals at This Pink Wedding Inspiration Shoot
- Scandi Style Brunch Wedding with Gold Florals by Nord & Mae
- Flowers by Briar Rose Floral Design at This Black-Tie Garden Party Wedding
- Modern, Earthy, Organic Wedding Inspiration with Florals by Amber Reverie
- Flowers by Floraison Paris at This Fairy Tale Chateau Wedding
- A Guide to Sustainable Floral Mechanics | A Kickstarter with Sarah & William
- Would You like to Work at Buckingham Palace as an Assistant Florist?
- 10 Instagram-Worthy Houseplants That’ll Green-Up Your Feed
- Best Flower Markets in London
The beginning of the week started with a visit to local flower grower, Annie at There May Be Bugs to buy flowers for the following day. It was so lovely to take a look around her cutting garden. And yes, as she grows organically, I did spot some (friendly) bugs!
Learning my lines was also on the agenda as on Tuesday, I had the pleasure of working on a special project with the amazing team of videographer Duncan McCabe and photographer Katie Spicer. We had such a fun day and I can’t wait to share the results with you in the coming months!
My latest YouTube video went live on Tuesday at 5pm with lots of hints and tips on choosing your Instagram Profile Image for your Floristry Business. Simply tap here to watch it. Also, make sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel to get next Tuesday’s video, which is all about tips for having your headshot taken.
Rest of the Week
I edited the images and wrote my next report for the Flower Market website, plus admin and behind the scenes projects.
So, I hope you’ve enjoyed this week’s Floristry Industry Insight. Don’t forget, if you’re UK-based and buy flowers, foliage, plants and sundries, New Covent Garden Flower Market would love to hear your thoughts in their latest survey.
Simply click here to complete their survey and be in with a chance of winning one of three £250 vouchers to spend at the Flower Market or a signed copy of florist Simon Lycett’s new book, ‘The Flower Market: 12 Months at New Covent Garden Flower Market’. Good luck! #AD
P.S. Just in case you missed it, here’s link to last week’s Floristry Industry Insight.
(Image: Emma Pilkington)