This is a chance for me to keep you up to date with all the beautiful things that I’ve found and made throughout the year. Many of these beauties are of course about flowers and weddings, but you can also keep an eye out to see how me and my bees are getting along, and at some point I’m bound to get excited by a pretty blossom tree or a gorgeous seashell, and tell you all about that too!
I’m delighted to share with you the absolutely perfect photographs of Laura and Byron’s wedding at Cripps Barn. I LOVED making these gorgeous flowers. It truly was a midsummer night’s dream, and the soft pastel colours, lacy gowns and wild... Continue reading →
I’ve just had a chance to sit down and look through my snaps of Laura and Byron’s wedding at Cripps Barn a couple of weeks ago… wow, what a beautiful day it was! The venue, Cripps Barn in Cirencester, was... Continue reading →
A little glimpse of the flowers that I made at the weekend for Laura and Byron’s wedding at Cripps Barn. This gorgeous bouquet was full of rosemary, lavender, english garden roses, stocks and trailing jasmine and smelled good enough to eat!... Continue reading →
The roses are in bloom, and my oh my, the scent is perfectly heavenly! In just a few days I’ll be starting work on my next wedding, which will be full of delicious roses, amongst other summer delights! Continue reading →
I don’t know about you, but I LOVE blossom, and I have seen some absolutely gorgeous blossom this spring. There is something about the sight of the pale flowers on a knarly old fruit tree, set against a powder-blue sky,... Continue reading →
This time last year, I made a wedding full of sunshine-bright yellow ranunculus for a gorgeous couple. In a sweet and simple gesture of romance, he asked me to replicate her wedding bouquet to celebrate their first anniversary. I... Continue reading →
This blog is a chance for me to keep you up to date with all the pretty little things that I’ve found and made throughout the year. Many of these beauties are of course about flowers and weddings, but you... Continue reading →