Romantic and original twig trees for wedding table centres. Here is an example of one of our twig trees, using ivy, white roses, fairy lights and hanging jam jar tealight holders. These table centres are tall, don’t block your guest’s view of each other and certainly create a real wow factor. The staggered lighting effect creates a magical, enchanted woodland look and as we created this design, your guests probably won’t have seen it anywhere else! The really good fact about these trees is that they can be personalised to suit your style – wild and whimsical or structured and floral, they can be created at all times of year. We can also design them to complement the season you are marrying in. These twig trees are the latest original and innovative table centre idea to make your wedding different.
Our flowers are featured in the ‘Wedding Flowers & Accessories magazine’ for Jan/Feb 2015 issue. This is a really brilliant magazine full of great ideas for the flowery Bride. It is an inspiring read and well worth a look to get ideas.
After weeks of designing and planning, we have got our new website online, thanks to our fabulous website designers. We didn’t have a blog on our old site, so this is all new to us!
We have just had a very busy wedding weekend, starting with a ‘last blast of Summer’ wedding and finishing with a ‘Autumn is definitely here’ wedding. Both very different but just as lovely as each other and so were the couples!
Featured here is Penny’s wedding – natural, informal, meadow style with vintage touches thrown in. One of the styles I particularly love is a nod towards mixing colours up as you would find in a natural wild garden. Penny’s bridal flowers focused on ivory, cream, white and pale pinks and then for her venue flowers we mixed it up a bit, bringing in shades of pink, red, purple and blue offset with greens and grasses – this creates a really countrystyle look and a move away from everything matching makes it quirky and unique. Bringing in different flower colours, shapes and textures gives interest and we brought in some Summer and Autumn flowers to mark the end of Summer and the start of Autumn.