Gemma and Dave married at The Joshua Bradley back in February and I had so much fun documenting their special day.Read More
Last summer, I tentatively took my first steps in fashion styling with flowers whilst creating the mock-ups for Karen & Ian's wedding. Nearly 6 months later, I looked back over the photos and wrote a post about what I'd learnt from the process. More time passed and in the new year, I decided I wanted to do something with the leftover lavender from my own wedding. I started concocting a plan for another styling shoot. These images are the result of this process and a collaboration with my talented photo-friend Jen. I'm super pleased with the results!Read More
Although it's great doing someone's wedding flowers, I realise that flowers are an expensive business and there are lots of creative women out there with enough flair to create their own wedding flowers. Dried Lavender works really well for DIY weddings as it can be prepared well in advance.Read More
At the end of last year, I created the wedding flowers for my sister-in-law's winter wedding. It was the first time I have worked with silk flowers and whilst nothing can take away the beauty of real flowers there are a lot of benefits to working with silk flowers....Read More
5 reasons to choose Gypsophila for your wedding flowers...Read More
The Pros and Cons of being a Freelance Wedding Florist.
The list of the good, the bad and the ugly!Read More
A behind-the-scenes look at how I create bespoke wedding flowers, starting with Karen & Ian's Reception Flowers...Read More