Wedding flowers beyond your wildest dreams
Having started my working life in a corporate environment, I felt my desire to be truly creative was somewhat stifled. My life-long love of all things floral led me to retrain as a florist so I could take my creative ability to the next level. I attended North Herts College in 2014 and 2015, gaining City & Guilds floristry qualifications. I established my own floristry business following this and my passion for all things floral has continued to blossom ever since. I still regularly attend a variety of professional and leisure courses in floristry to keep up with industry trends and ensure that I always offer my clients the very best floral arrangements.
From humble roots…
For me, there is no better place to be than surrounded by beautiful blooms, both in my studio and outside in the Great British countryside. As a child I was fascinated by my grandparent’s penchant for gardening, and spent many of my formative years watching them tend to their gardens during my visits. I fell completely in love with the way that outdoor spaces were transformed into a riot of colour and how they would evolve as the seasons changed before us.
The great outdoors...
To this day, I adore spending as much time outdoors as possible and this heavily influences my floral design style. From the quintessentially British rolling hills and fields that stretch out as far as the eye can see, to the beautiful bays and sandy beaches that hug our coastline, nothing beats time spent out of doors for me. It is the natural contrast of lush green fields, dense dark woodlands, brightly coloured wildflowers and shimmering coastlines that inspires me to create botanical arrangements that really do bring the outside in.
Get in touch…
If my passion for beautiful blooms resonates with your wedding plans, I would be delighted to hear from you. I will work hand in hand with you to create unique and exquisite floral arrangements that will transform your floral dreams into a wedding day reality.
Photo credit: Two-D Photography