Hello! I hope you’re well. I’m back after a lovely time away in Devon, seeing family and catching up with friends. It’s always a gamble having a staycation, but we were very lucky and even managed a few days on the beach!
Some of you may be aware of the #floweronawedding initiative which I run on Instagram on Wedding Wednesdays. If you’re not already familiar with it, every Wednesday I invite florists to post an image of one of their wedding flower designs on Instagram. I also ask them to include #floweronawedding and @Flowerona in the caption. It’s a great way for florists to showcase their work and also for brides-to-be to view lovely wedding flower designs.
Then on a Thursday morning, I announce my favourite image on my Facebook page. (Choosing my favourite is such a challenge as there are always so many stunning designs!) Today, I thought I’d feature the winning images since the initiative started back in April.
Katherine Craft – Florist in the Forest.
Heather Carpenter – Heather Carpenter Floral Design
Alice – Lock Cottage Flowers
Steph Turpin – Fairy Nuff Flowers
Helen Cranmer – Helen Cranmer Floral Design
Sharon Pointen – Flower3o
Holly Chapple – Holly Chapple Flowers
Joanna Marriott – Joanna Marriott Flowers
Tracey Campbell – Campbells Flowers
Rachel Husband – The Rose Shed
Sarah Anderson – Flowers by Anderson
Jay Archer – Jay Archer Floral Design Flower School
Leanne Roberts-Hewitt – Wildabout
Katherine Craft – Florist in the Forest
Aren’t they all amazing?! Thank you so much to all the florists who’ve taken part in the initiative so far, posting over 500 images.
If you’re a florist, no matter where you’re based in the world, it would be lovely if you’d like to take part today or a future Wedding Wednesday. Simply post an image of a wedding flower design on Instagram on a Wednesday and include #floweronawedding and @Flowerona in the caption. It can be a photo of a bridal bouquet, buttonhole/boutonniere, bridesmaid bouquet, corsage, flower crown, pew end, floral arch, chuppah, etc. Please bear in mind that it needs to be an image that you’ve taken. Or alternatively, you have prior permission from the photographer and include their details in the caption.
And if you’re a bride-to-be, simply look up the #floweronawedding hashtag on Instagram for lots of wedding flowers inspiration!