When it comes to planning your wedding flowers you have every reason to go to town on your ceremony flowers… Yes I know it’s not the longest part of the day but it really does make all the difference… I got married last year and there for have first-hand experience of how everything looked and felt to me on the day… It’s the little touches and attention to detail that make all the difference. In fact I can even remember straightening one of the vases on the table as we signed the register as the registrar had nudged it during the ceremony! I had 14 vases of just white Delphinium line the aisle and 3 across the front of the top table and I loved them! The pure indulgence of having all these beautiful white flowers on mass was totally worth the effort, and they didn’t go to waste. They were dispersed all over the reception room after the ceremony adding to the ambience and floral indulgence and that’s completely the point… Go mad… line the floor with masses of chunky pillar candles and lanterns tucked amongst foliage and tea lights. Jars and vases with one kind of flower on mass looks awesome too. Hang little jars on the ends of the chairs along the aisle. Foliage arch ways or registrar’s table garlands can all be re-used as top table decorations with all the little candles and jars full of flowers dotted amongst it, re-use everything! I think you’ll agree from the images below the impact of re-using your ceremony flowers along the front of your table can look absolutely stunning!
We met Clair and clicked immediately
We met Clair and just clicked immediately with her. She had prepared ideas based on our description of the wedding and she was one of the few suppliers we met who genuinely tailored her approach as soon as she got the brief.
An excellent creator of floral masterpieces
Clair instinctively knew what flowers to use based upon my brief... She is calm, relaxed, professional and discrete... An excellent creator of floral masterpieces which brought tears of joy to my eyes.
She is an extremely talented artist
Even after my own wedding over a year ago I still follow Clair on all her social medias... seeing her new work with other brides and feeling like she keeps re-investing herself, nothing is ever alike! She is an extremely talented artist.