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Real Wedding at Nettlestead Place

Wow…I do love to get photos from our brides!! Laura’s Mum created all the flowers for her wedding at Nettlestead Place, Kent in April. With 120 people guests she created low table centres for each of 20 tables. With a simply colour scheme of cream and white flowers and foliage from their own gardens. Continue Reading…

Real Wedding – Bentley Wildfowl in East Sussex

If you’re thinking of having a Tipi for your wedding, let me inspire you with Megan and Julian’s festival wedding in East Sussex.  It was filled with character, rustic touches and DIY details.  Bentley Wildfowl in East Sussex, allowed them to have a blank canvas without lots of restrictions that they could personalise and create they own dream wedding! Continue Reading…

A…for Avalanche Roses

Avalanche Roses have a sturdy stem and are crowned with a large flower that always opens fully. With a high petal count, long vase life and all year round availability the Avalanche Rose has become a firm favourite.

The Avalanche Rose is a white rose with a hint of green around the outer petals. As the flower head opens the green hue fades and turns back to almost white. They are available in different stem lengths from 50cm to 80cm. The longer the stem, the larger the flower head. Continue Reading…