Fressia buttonhole with hypericum berries and ornithogalum. Twine on stem.White and green wedding bridal bouquet of white chrysanthemum daisies chasmanthium grasses, love in the mist / nigella, dille dill ammi, jasmine, panicum grass, gypsophiliaUnusual horseshoe shaped wedding bouquet garland u-shape. Dorset foliages, spray roses athelhampton houseWedding bridal bouquet of hite frilled tulips, grey succulents, white anemones, white spray roses, paperwhite narcissi and blue eryngium, thistles, pomander ball, athelhampton houseWhite gypsophilia garlands hair circlet floral crown bridesmaid wedding dorsetwhite and green buttonhole boutonniere lisianthus, veronica, astrantia, nigella, wedding dorsetWhite and green table decoration peonies roses agapanthus astilbe veronica ferns hurricane vase candle wreath athelhampton house wedding dorsetWhite peony classic wedding bouquetWhite orchid cascading bouquetWhite Rose ButtonholeHand-tied white and green spiky bridal bouquet Fish bowl centrepiece for round table, white rosesWhite rose bouquet for winter brideWhite flowers for this brides hairBeautiful white shower bouquet with peoniesClassic cream and green posy bouquet with roses and freesiasWhite and pink brides posyPastel cream and pink posy ready for deliver to the brideBlue hydrangea table arrangement for this nautical weddingMarquee floral decorationCream and pastel rose posy bouquetBridal cream and pastel bouquetSmall wrist corsage for little flower girlFlower archway entry to church weddingTrailing table centre pedestal with cream and white flowersTable centre with with candle at the receptionFloral chair backs - white hydrangeaLilac and white bridesmaid posyIdeas for the flower girlElegant candelabra centre for wedding tableBlue and white posy wedding bouquetGlass and flowers display at this white wedding

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We hope that our portfolio gallery helps to give you inspiration ... 

 

Every Bride and Groom are unique ... just like every bridal bouquet is unique! Whether you know exactly what you want, or just feel overwhelmed and confused by choices, we are experts in working with our brides-to-be to create a personal plan for your wedding flowers.

Follow these steps to ensure that everything runs smoothly:

  • Book your date with us provisionally as soon as you can, to avoid disappointment.
  • In preparation for your first consultation with our Head Florist Jessie (usually 3-6mths before the big day), begin to collect images of ideas that you like. Colour swatches are also essential, so that we can create a precise colour match.
  • When you feel you are ready (this includes having all dresses chosen and ordered), you will need to book in for a consultation. When Jessie meets with you, she will provide you with plenty of ideas and inspiration, as well as asking lots of questions about you, and your style and tastes in order to ensure that your flowers are the ideal match for you. A few days later, you will receive a detailed and itemised (no-obligation) initial quotation.
  • From this point onwards you can confirm your booking, but can still make any changes you need to, up until 2 weeks before the wedding. Jessie and her team will be on hand with you through the entire process, reminding you when decisions need finalising, advising you on any changes, and ensuring that everything is in place and perfect on the day.

 Whether you would like to check availability, ask any questions or simply start the planning process, get in touch with us here... or go here to request a pricelist.

And why not visit Jessie's blog here, and most importantly, read about flower costs, budget and prioritise when planning your wedding flowers on a recent blog post here.