"Love is the flower......you've got to let it grow"

John Lennon

Wedding flowers...
grown, picked and arranged on your doorstep.

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Beautiful, fresh flowers grown especially for your wedding.

Be part of the process, come and help sow your wedding bouquet!

Maybe bring your mum, partner or bridesmaid....spend time  sowing/planting/potting on and start your wedding album.  I'll provide the cake!

Simple, sustainable floristry, avoiding single use plastics such as floral foam.

Flowers arranged to remain natural in appearance with a 'just picked' look.

Flowers with personality and conscience.

Be the bride whose wedding flowers have given to the local environment.

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Choose wedding flowers that are so much more than an accessory. 

Using what's in season and growing locally to your venue we can create beautiful arrangements for your special day.  And we'll tell you what the flowers are so you can seek them out to grow in your own garden as a permanent reminder.

With no air miles and few road miles your flowers will be fresh, often scented and always varied...a complete pick of the garden!

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Spread the love!

Wedding flowers arranged so they can continue to be enjoyed after your big day. 

Take them home, gift them to your guests or pass them onto someone who couldn't make your wedding day.  As a grower I see how hard your flowers work to get from seed to bloom and know they still have so much more to give after your wedding day....so let them continue to shine and bring pleasure.

If taking your flowers home is not an option for you then, with your consent, we will ensure they are delivered to our local elderly residential home in Fairford, to spread the flowery joy!

 

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  Our flowers were unique, colourful and natural and they made the venue and wedding tables look magical.  

 

My bouquet was fabulous too.

 

It was lovely to be able to use flowers that had been grown so close to our wedding venue.'  Clare '21