Planning your wedding can be extremely stressful and hard to know where to start. We’ve detailed the process for choosing your wedding florist. 

Wedding consultation 

Our consultations are by appointment only, so you can be sure you’re getting our full and undivided attention. We’ll talk about how you want your day to feel, review your Pinterest boards, work out the arrangements and installations perfect for your chosen venue, discuss your colour scheme and dress, and work with your other suppliers to create your perfect day.  Over phone or a video call we will discuss your ideas in detail, but not to worry if you do not have any ideas yet, we can help with this. 

Mood board & quote

After the consultation you will receive a mood board with inspiration for your wedding flowers based on what we discussed. The mood board will reflect your personal style and preferences, ensuring a cohesive floral design for your special day.

All of our arrangements are completely bespoke and we use flowers grown in our own cutting garden, sourced from a handpicked selection of local growers or direct from our supplier in Holland.

We do not have a minimum spend or any package options so everything is personal and unique for your special day. Each purchase is customised to reflect the individuality of your big day.

Three month check in

Three months before your big day we will check in and make sure your ideas are still the same.  Don’t worry if they have changed as this often happens and not a problem. Rest assured that three months before your event, we will verify that your preferences are consistent. If they have evolved, that's completely normal and easily accommodated.

On the day

We will deliver your arrangements and installations on the morning of your wedding, in plenty time before the ceremony. The timely delivery of your arrangements and installations will ensure everything is in place well before your wedding ceremony begins.


Getting married? We would love to hear about the vision for your beautiful wedding! Get in touch.


Michelle Batty