Chiswick House – a table for six

We’ve been wanting to dress a table like a slice of a meadow for ages and spring seemed the perfect time to go for it. The greens are especially fresh and juicy at this time and flowers such as sweet peas give us the crispest white. Choosing the flowers was a dream, the market seemed… Read More

Adorable Leonora

The David Austin Leonora rose is described as ‘the epitome of classic elegance and understated style’ – and it’s true, it’s quite simply beautiful. Palest ivory, ruffles upon ruffles of petals and fragrance that’s fresh and citrussy. To showcase the rose as a cut flower for weddings the team at David Austin invited us to… Read More

Over the rainbow

Set in the grounds of the iconic Kew Gardens, this bright and beautiful wedding in Cambridge Cottage was a kaleidoscope of colour. We used Early summer flowers including blousy ‘coral charm’ peonies with perfectly formed cornflowers, and fragrant, fuchsia coloured sweet peas and stocks made an appearance too. What’s not to love? A large and… Read More

Peach dahlias and pink champagne

Roberta and Robert’s wedding is a wonderful example of embracing the colours and flowers of the season for a look that is perfectly rooted in nature and the architecture of a venue. We love how the warm caramel and burnt orange tones compliment the beautiful brickwork of Fulham Palace and the low sun on the… Read More

Kensington Reds

Traditional reds with a contemporary edge. We loved this look for an end of season celebration hosted by a sports team in the King’s Gallery at Kensington Palace. Sumptuous velvety red roses, burgundy skimmia, astrantia and deep green leaves were offset by our elegant crystal candelabra and a minimalist glass table top and tableware from… Read More

Celebrations in the City

We love a city celebration and were delighted when we heard that Fortnum & Mason at the Royal Exchange were set to host weddings and wanted our flowers for a photoshoot to set the scene. We designed three looks, one for spring, one for autumn and another using dried grasses for any time of year,… Read More

Sunset Dreams

Burnt orange, saffron yellow, dusky pink and lots of gorgeous, tropical inspired texture. A dream look for a wedding at the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew in sultry late afternoon sunshine. We combined fiery orange heliconia and pincushion protea with gloriosa curcuma and added nerines and alliums with their firework shaped petals for a nod to… Read More

Micro Wedding Magic

It’s fair to say this year has been one of uncertainty and challenge for everyone, including our couples who have had to move their wedding dates, postphone indefinitely or radically adapt their dream day into something that looks completely different. It’s been our greatest honour to help our couples navigate through this time, and the… Read More

A Tale of Two Venues

Last year, a lovely bride came to visit us not too long before her wedding. She had two venues to dress, one for her ceremony and the second for a fabulous party the next day. For both venues she wanted rich late summer colour, but different schemes to suit each vibe. Her ceremony and wedding… Read More

Urban Garden Style

Back in February we were lucky enough to take care of a gorgeous Spring wedding for a couple with taste that was totally on our wavelength. The bride, Ellie, had a vision of a glorious colour clash; burgundy, berry pink, coral, orange, with wild organic shapes. We used the best of the season; poppies, ranunculus,… Read More