After a year of our lovely market stall; standing strong in sun, rain and snow (and not so strong in high winds!); we are trading in our little white gazebo for actual walls as we have just got the keys to our brand new shop at No.9 Church Street, Ampthill MK45 2PL.
Our lovely shop in the centre of Ampthill will be the home of all things floral! Keeping all our signature items, including teacups, fish bowls and jars full of flowers. our atunning bouquets and pretty little bunches; we will also be branching out further into house plants, and other floristry items.
We will also be holding regular workshops throughout the year in our gorgeous new workshop area - from posys to wreaths.
Please make sure to nip in if you are in the area - would love to see you!
On 29th June the lovely Leah and Matt had a stunningly colourful wedding day!
Flower crowns and Bridesmaid hoops combined Roses, Eustoma, Peonies, Erynigium and Tanecetum - all brightly coloured!
Every corsage and buttonhole was a unique combination of colours and flowers, giving individuality to each member of the wedding party.
The reception venue was an incredible marquee in the most gorgeous garden - which we decorated with a towering flower arch and gorgeous hanging chandeliers.
What a beautiful summer wedding!
On the 8 June wild Tanecetum, Heather and Wax lined the pews of St Andrews Church, Ampthill. Gorgeous large pedestals were stationed at the front and back of the aisle and a vase filled with delicate white blooms decorated the alter.
This wedding was focussed on white roses combined with wild flowers, with the doomed bouquet displaying just that, with a single red rose in the centre.
The corsages and buttonholes complimented the designs incorporating small pieces of all the flowers.
I absolutely loved the simplicity of colours and flowers within this wedding, inspired by the Yorkshire landscape, and the stunningly delicate effect it had.