A muted pastel palette for the perfect spring bridal bouquet.
Full of my favourite foliage, amelanchier and currant branches. Foliage is one of the hardest things to source, but it is one of the most important elements, without the right foliage an arrangement just doesn't look as good.
This spring vase is full of homegrown and locally sourced flowers, tulips and ranunculus in shades of pink, peach and white.
All our bulbs for next year are in, tulips, daffodils, fritillaries and muscari.
A longing for next season is already taking over, and the excitement for our spring brides is building. Until then here are a few pictures of some of last Springs flowers.
Buttonholes are easily my favourite things to make, hence why I am always sneaking round my flower patch searching for the best tiny blooms to use, they are miniature wearable bouquets!