Just by glancing at these stunning pictures of Jolita’s and Andy’s wedding at Hanbury Manor Marriott Hotel you get a real sense of this year’s trends: cream & blush colour, lace & pearls, and most importantly – attention to detail! A small silver heart attached to a bridal bouquet with pictures of people you wish were there; buttonholes wrapped in satin ribbon to match the bridal flowers; top table arrangements surrounded with perfume bottles, t-lights and pearls. Small details are what make your arrangements unique.
Back in May we did wedding flowers for a lovely couple Ellie and Rich.
Ellie loves sunflowers! She wanted to have them everywhere – buttonhole, bouquets and table arrangements. It looked perfect with blue bridesmaids dresses. For Ellie we made posy bouquet with petite white flowers like ranunculus, sweet peas, spray roses and scented freesia. Groomsmen wore sunflower buttonholes and Rich matched the bride’s bouquet – freesia and spray rose buttonhole.
After puzzling out how to pin the buttonholes, the boys headed to St Paul’s Cathedral – the most stunning place to exchange your vows.
At the venue – The Stationers’ Hall – we made yellow and purple flower circles with hurricane candle holders inside. The perfect centrepieces if you are looking for a low arrangement.
Big Thank You to Lina and Tom Photography for letting us share their beautiful work.
Happy 1st Anniversary Natasha and Antony!
Last year 6th of July we arranged flowers for a lovely couple Antony and Natasha. They got married in a stunning venue – The Grand Connaught Rooms. As it’s a big and impressive venue we made tall flower compositions with summer flowers like peonies, hydrangeas and roses.
Looking at Victoria and Mike’s wedding pictures you can see how important every detail is in creating a perfect day. Table cloths (from Gilded Linens), glasses, candle holders and many more accessories added such a special touch.
The ladies from “Your London Florist” wedding team traveled to Cardiff and spent three days arranging fairy tale flowers. Candelabras, framed flower table plan, top table flower waterfalls, bridal bouquets and more – everything was created for this special day.
Last October I had the pleasure of arranging flowers for a very lovely couple – Terri and Tim.
Terri liked the woodland theme. It was perfect for an autumn wedding. We suggested going for two designs on the guest tables: tall and small arrangements.
For the tall arrangements we used vases covered in moss and trailing ivy, with loose flower arrangements on top. For the low ones – we made flowers in an antique urn surrounded with “Mind your own business” plants, moss pots with hydrangeas, wooden candle holders and deco birds.
I love adding extra decorations – it has the impact of making the arrangement unique.
Sorry it’s been a long time since our last post. We’re crazy busy with arranging weddings and meeting new brides.
Wedding floristry it’s not only making beautiful arrangements – it’s about understanding couples and making their dreams come true!
Next month we’re supplying wedding flowers to a lovely bride in Cardiff. To make her table arrangements more romantic we’re decorating all of her candle holders. So I would love to share it with you.
For this job you’ll need glass candle holders – any shape, glue gun, scissors and selection of ribbons and brooches. Be creative mix and mach different shape and texture ribbons and finish it with a brooch.
Just like in the Fashion industry, the Flower industry is all about the latest trends…
A few years ago when you were at your friend’s, cousin’s or auntie’s wedding you saw martini vase arrangements or fish bowls. Last year’s trend was vintage or shabby chic, with an abundance of rustic trinkets, flowers overflowing in tea cups and lots & lots of jam jars!
So, what’s going to be trending in 2014?
Through consultations at Your London Florist, by keeping up to date with the latest fashion news, and just by having a special 8th sense of floristry – it’s all about GOLD! Gold and Glamour! More is More!
We did a photo-shoot to give you a better idea of the arrangements and kind of deco you should be looking at for your 2014 wedding.
We had a very busy summer this year arranging wedding flowers for lovely couples. Now I can relax and reflect on some of the most beautiful weddings we did – one of them it’s Bahareh and Azeem’s Fairy-Tale wedding.
From the day I met Bahareh I knew it was going to be an amazing wedding. This happy couple decided to get married at the most stunning place in the centre of City of London – Gibson Hall – a grand and lavish venue with a cozy garden at the back. The bride asked for the arrangements to be made with peach, pale pink and ivory flowers, with a touch of antique gold. We suggested avalanche roses, hydrangeas, spray roses, trailing amarantus and Sarah Bernhardt peonies. To make it even more lively we went for two different table arrangements: gold candelabras with flower wreaths around them, and big, compact “flower balls” on tall glass vases. For the top table we created an arrangement with plenty of posies in gold containers and used perfume bottles with single flowers inside.
I really enjoyed working with such a lovely bride. We wish all the best to Bahareh and Azeem!
It all starts when he gets down on one knee and asks that all so important question . . .Will you marry me. . .?
I love the country themed flowers they are so natural. The materials are placed in glass jam jars and wrapped with a mix of lace and satin ribbon. The natural looking arrangements and environment, gives a loving theme to this wedding. Let’s all remember we can have our weddings in churches, mansions, hotels, halls, pubs, tents or even your backyard, just remember dreams are there to become true . . .
I had a pleasure to make country style arrangement for a lovely bride – Rebecca. She had her special day at The Wilmington Arms pub in Islington. I loved every bit of her arrangements – specially her bouquet of amnesia roses, hydrangea, sweet pea and purple larkspur.