My lovely friend’s Sam and Sav married in October in the most wonderful little venue in South East London, Asylum Chapel. I very rarely get a chance to make flowers for friends, mainly because we are all so old and already married.
My design took inspiration from the location itself picking up the muted colours and soft shades on the walls of the chapel. My most favourite thing to make was Sam’s little headpiece of Snowberries and Astrantia, pinned to the top of her veil. In fact, I think I might have shed a tear when the bridal procession walked down the aisle all beautiful and serene with their etherial flower crowns. So pretty.
I met up with the lovely Sarah at the the oasis of calm that is the Dalston Curve Garden. Her only remit was that the colour pallet was autumnal. After a trip to the flower market I designed a burnt... Continue reading →
Anisha called me a few months before her wedding date. She was organising a big wedding outside of London and asked me to design just her personal flowers which included bride, bridesmaids bouquets and button holes. She is my favourite... Continue reading →
September marks the tail end of summer and the beginning of Autumn and I always love a making a wedding at this time of year. Dahlia’s are at their best and the Cafe Au Lait Dahlia is just to die... Continue reading →
This was a pretty, very English summer wedding in the heart of the east end of London. Charlotte and I agreed immediately on the flower theme. English garden roses, summer blooms. No ribbon just natural raffia and minimum fuss. The... Continue reading →
I was very fortunate to design and make my cousin’s wedding last November. She is from the states and was studying in London where she met Andy. She wanted an elegant theme of black and white with only her bouquet... Continue reading →