Wedding Flowers

If you are getting married and would like to discuss wedding flowers, please do get in contact to book a consultation. I am taking bookings for 2024 and 2025.

Bridal Bouquets

Bride and bridesmaids bouquets can come as a hand tied or as a partly or fully wired shower (teardrop) bouquet. The most popular style is currently the hand tied with the stems exposed and ribbon or hessian wrapped around the tying point. These hand tied bouquets can be loose and wild or more compact, massed and rounded. Bridesmaids tend to have a hand tied bouquet in a smaller size than the bride, it can have the same colours or it could have different colours to let the bride’s bouquet stand out.

I’ve also been asked to add something personal into the bouquet such as handmade little felt birds and to deconstruct and incorporate beaded flowers and leaves from a dearly missed grandma’s bridal headpiece.

Buttonholes, Boutonnières and Corsages

Buttonholes are traditionally worn by the men, boutonnières and corsages by women.  Boutonnières are the modern female version of the buttonhole and usually look more feminine with smaller flower heads used, like a little posy. Traditional style buttonholes and boutonnières tend to be fully wired and taped to keep the moisture in, making them last longer and keep their shape. A choice of ribbon or twine is wrapped around the stems, covering the tape. The modern style has the stems exposed and no wiring, great for cooler months but not recommended for potentially hot days as the flowers won’t last as long. Pocket Squares are a modern alternative to the buttonhole. These are floral designs glued in place on a covered card which is slipped into the jacket pocket. They feature small headed flowers and foliage.

Corsages are the more traditional teardrop shaped adornment for women. These are either fully wired or glued (wrist) and can be made to be pinned to the ladies dress, attached to a bracelet for the wrist or attached to the ladies handbag. 

See a mix of buttonholes, boutonnieres, corsages and pocket squares in the gallery below. I attach the these to boards to keep them looking perfect until they need to be worn. 

Floral Crowns, Circlets and Haircombs

Go all out with a full on floral crown, half crown or keep it simple with a more delicate circlet or maybe have flowers on a haircomb or alice band. I can also wire flowers to go directly in the hair too.

Love the idea of wearing a floral crowns but don’t fancy wearing one on your wedding day? I can run a floral crown workshop for your hen party. A fabulously fun way to spend an afternoon! This workshop can take place in the bothy next to my workshop or at a place of your choosing.

Flower Girl Wands

The perfect thing for little flower girls, a cute wand with trailing ribbons.

Venue Flowers

Church, reception or outdoor setting, continue your floral theme throughout.