I get the impression a lot of people think that eco friendly means that it is good for the natural environment. But, to me, eco friendly really means ‘less damaging to the environment than other options’.
Most people assume that if you are working with a natural product then it must be eco friendly. This is not the case at all.
The cost of wedding flowers can sound crazy and if you are not a florist you wouldn’t know what goes into it. So, this series will give you a bit of an insiders take on how wedding flowers are put together and priced.
Getting wedding flowers to open just the right amount is a skilled process, but it is one of those hidden things that nobody ever really sees. The word florists use for looking after the flowers is ‘conditioning’ .
I first met Kat and Simon at a wedding fair, Kat described how they wanted a very natural wedding theme with a large wild floral chandelier.
When Mr Smith and I got married I wasn’t a florist and I remember thinking, ‘how on earth does a buttonhole cost that much?’. My very talented florist, slightly wearily,…
Its April and that means I have been running Limewood Flowers for a year already. Here are just a few of the lessons I have learnt so far
Christmas wreath making tends to keep florists busy throughout December and this year I went big with the wreath making – I mean really big! We are talking a 2m high Christmas wreath installation big.
Struggling for ideas on how to pick your wedding flowers? This glorious photoshoot from Hungerton Hall will give you some ideas for a chic romantic wedding theme in early autumn.…
This August I attended a workshop with two leading lights (aka heroes) of the floristry world. They were Fiona of Firenza Flowers and Brigitte of Moss and Stone. While I…