DIY Wedding Flowers

A lovely email to share with you from a customer who picked up an order from us last week for her son’s wedding. Whilst we had been asked to supply the Bridal Party Arrangements, the Groom’s Mother wished to create the church and marquee arrangements herself.

Dear Sally,

Very many thanks for supplying such amazing flowers for us. Sarah was absolutely thrilled with the bouquets, you got them just right.

I’ve attached a few photos of the end result, I was quite proud of myself!

Thank you, Tessa.

 

The pictures below show just what can be created using flowers supplied by us.

May Wedding

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Bridal Party Arrangements made by us and Venue Arrangements made by the Bride using cut flowers supplied by us. The perfect combination for a primarily DIY Wedding.

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We love it when Brides send in photographs from their weddings and these stunning ones from the May wedding of Emma and Dan are no exception. The wedding which took place at Earnley Grange, Earnley, Nr Chichester, West Sussex was pretty much a DIY wedding so whilst we made all the Bridal Party arrangements Emma had also ordered cut flowers from us to create her own venue arrangements.

Sweet Avalanche Roses and pale pink Hydrangeas, which complimented the Bridesmaid’s dresses, were combined with Tanacetum Daisies and Gypsophila to add to the summery country look.

The stunning photographs below were all taken by Katy Cain 

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Chidham Church Flower Festival

Yesterday afternoon, Sally had the pleasure of visiting the Chidham Church Flower Festival and to view the designs which had been arranged using the flowers supplied by us last week.

The Flower Festival was entitled “Magna Carta – The Flowering of Democracy” with each of the arrangements depicting a different clause from the document.

As you will see from the photographs below the displays were stunning and a testament to the hard work of organiser Nina Bates and her team of flower arrangers.

Chidham Church Flower Festival

Yesterday morning we were delighted to welcome Nina Bates and her team of helpers from Chidham Church to sort the flowers for their Flower Festival. Over the past few weeks we have been working with Nina on her flower order which we then purchased directly from our suppliers in Holland. To save time on their set up day, it was decided that a small team would come over to our warehouse so they could sort the flowers into individual orders. We then delivered the flowers directly to the Church this morning.

The Flower Festival, entitled “Magna Carta – The Flowering of Democracy,” takes place at St Mary’s Church, Cot Lane, Chidham, West Sussex on Friday 19th and Saturday 20th June from 10 a.m.  – 6 p.m. and on Sunday 21st June from 12.30 – 6 p.m. Entry is free and refreshments will be available.

As you can see from the photographs below the ladies all had great fun sorting their flowers

What a start to the week!

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Such a lovely testimonial

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There really is no better way to start off a busy week than to receive such a lovely testimonial. The Mother of the Bride who wrote this had ordered flowers from us to be delivered via our overnight delivery service and as you will see was extremely delighted with both the flowers and the service she received.

“A big thank you to Bridal Flowers Direct. The quality of the flowers you supplied was excellent. I got all the help I needed promptly when I phoned or emailed and I certainly felt that my queries received time and patience and that nothing was too much trouble for you to deal with, even my trivial questions. I felt you were giving me a personal service and that my request mattered to you. I also was of the opinion that there was loads of help and advice in reserve if I needed it.

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Southdowns Manor Wedding

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Beautiful flowers at one of our recent weddings

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We love these photographs sent into us by Kimberley and Josh who were recently married at Southdowns Manor, a stunning wedding venue set in the heart of the South Downs National Park on the Hampshire, Surrey and West Sussex borders.

Kimberley had selected Tanacetum Daisies, Gypsophila, Craspedia and Alchemilla Mollis for all the Bouquets and Buttonholes with larger daisy style flowers being used for the Flower Girls  Headdresses and to decorate the cake.

Congratulations and every future happiness to the new Mr & Mrs Blackburn.

Photographs courtesy of B & E Photography

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