FLOWERS FOR WEDDINGS
We want your flowers to be the most beautiful you and your guests have ever seen
We specialise in romantic, garden-grown flowers for weddings and celebrations in Scotland and the wider UK. We care passionately about the quality, seasonality and footprint of our ingredients. Growing and locally sourcing the most beautiful seasonal varieties for our couples is of paramount importance to us.
Our flower growing season runs from March to October, when we grow and harvest an abundance of scented and speciality flowers. In the winter months, when flowers are more scarce, we use evergreen foliage, dried flowers collected from summer, seedpods, dried grasses, winter flowers that we can grow on our farm, and a select number of blooms carefully sourced from Cornwall and the South of England. We believe that no matter the time of year your wedding falls, the season will produce its own characteristic and authentic beauty. We grow our flowers naturally in the open air without chemicals or pesticides and the more delicate varieties under two poly-tunnels. This means that we can extend the season of some varieties and bring others on a little earlier.
Our style is natural, delicate and evocative of a wild garden, influenced deeply by the flowers we grow and the seasonal shifts in our garden and landscape. We choose not to follow any of the prescribed rules of formal floristry. Instead, our flowers are constructed in a gentle, loose, playful, and artistic manner. We celebrate all the richness, texture, colour, and life of the natural world, with all of its energy and beautiful disorder. We find that working with imported, chemically-enhanced, out of season flowers can never produce the same soft, natural and organic look that field-grown flowers can. Our arrangements are full of life and character, made with a lightness of touch and with respect for the unique and ephemeral nature of the materials. We have an intimate relationship with our materials, growing and nurturing them from seed until the special moment when we hand them over to our clients on their wedding day.