An eye for detail can make all of the difference when it comes to delivery of wedding flowers. Not only do I take the utmost care when handling and shaping wedding flowers but also to the little details that make big impacts. I love to spend time developing the finishing touches such as stem cuts, precise wire binding and tidy ribboning with pearl pins.
When creating wedding flowers I like to focus my perfectionism to provide my clients with the best possible displays.
Recently I have further developed my designs for ‘floral wedding trees’, a gorgeous way of presenting room displays at weddings. The basic concept can be styled into the floral, colour and design concepts for almost any wedding and customised to a bride and groom’s requirements.
Floral trees are also a beautiful addition to any commercial and event floristry.
Keeping ahead of the crowd I love to experiment with wedding flowers. A recent concept and creation I have been working on is a wedding dress made entirely from flowers and I am very excited about the results.
I hope to keep working on the idea, developing not only the design of dress but the design of flowers used.
We are now in the season that sees many brides and grooms embrace the colours and textures of the time of year. Autumn wedding colours are beautiful, oranges and browns with wood and bark textures bring nature into the design of the big day and create a warming feel during the colder weather.
On her website Design Seeds Jessica posts wonderful colour pallets and even provides an easy-to-use tool for choosing seasonal colour schemes.
Using a huge variety of flowers and colour schemes I think they look particularly stunning and can really add an individual element to any wedding. Typically a wedding headdress is reserved for flower girls and young bridesmaids, taking inspiration from this and a fantasy styling I love to buck the tradition and design floral head dresses for adults.