Yurt wedding Dorset…

Let me present to you the Dorset wedding of the year….. The beautiful 10 Castle Street in Cranborne….. Denise and Steven chose this stunning venue, right in the heart of the village, to hold their wedding reception. The house is beautifully decorated and intimate with beautiful lawned gardens. Bang on trend a great big massive yurt was erected on one of the terraces…. When I met Denise she had very grand ideas for her big day, I had such great fun on the journey with her, helping her plan the finer details right up to the set up on the day…. 1200 stems of ivy trailed from the yurt walls with plump white hydrangea heads and white delphinium scattered amongst the leaves….. tables were set with elegant candelabras, jam jars packed with beautiful flowers sat around the base….. Milk churns and stone urn arrangements framed either end of the carpeted walk way from the house to the yurt, along which lanterns, shepherds crook and more hanging floral jam jars lined the way. The church looked pretty yummy too with more luxury arrangements either side of the ceremony area and more milk churns framing the beautiful stone arch way entering the church. Thank you guys for choosing me to be your wedding florist and letting me be a part of your journey.

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.

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.

Very responsive and flexible

Clair is extremely passionate about what she does, which is highly infectious... She knows her craft and is very responsive and flexible to additional ideas... Everyone commented that they were the most stunning wedding flowers they'd ever seen!