Back in August, we had the pleasure of providing the flowers for a lovely wedding celebration at West Brewery in Glasgow. Janet’s brief to us was to fill her wedding day with bright seasonal blooms and her bouquet was a rustic explosion of oranges and blues. Our Glasgow Wedding Collective friend Lisa Devine was on… Keep Reading
Remember the Bride who wore lipstick to match her bouquet? Here is Kirsten, totally ROCKING the look on her wedding day last month with the darkest of Peonies and plum lipstick. And the happiest of smiles. Thanks to Zoe Campbell for these lovely, happy images.
Back in June, we had our first wedding at Blairquhan Castle. The Bride, the adorable Irina, asked us to fill her wedding day with vibrant summer blooms and we are so happy to have been asked to part of this gorgeous wedding celebration. Our Glasgow Wedding Collective friend Lisa Devine was on hand to capture… Keep Reading
Last week, we had the loveliest local wedding, down the road at Brig O Doon. The rain stayed away and our beautiful client Carly got married outside on the banks of the river after walking down an aisle made of David Austin Patience rose petals. Inside Brig O Doon, we decorated the guest tables with… Keep Reading
In April, we travelled East to the beautiful Harburn House for the wedding of Aislinn & Gregor. We had so much fun working on this wedding as Aislinn has a shared love of twigs and moss and I will miss her mossy pins on Pinterest! These beautiful images are by those talented ladies at Mirrorbox… Keep Reading
May has been a funny old month for us, whilst everyone has been tweeting / instagramming / facebooking at how busy they are with weddings, we have been relatively quiet. Due to our wee venture starting up in December, most clients had already booked their key suppliers for May weddings and we missed the boat…. Keep Reading
So we have moved. Home and studio. We found a few hidden gems in the terrifyingly overgrown gardens and are so exited about the potential here. We also got two kittens, you can see them over here.
Reasons to move to the country: 1: Peace and quiet to create 2: Land to grow stuff 3: Wood burning stoves 4: No neighbours 5. A workshop at home 6: Dark starry skies 7: We want a kitten 8: Two greenhouses 9: Closer to family 10: Rolling countryside as daily inspiration 11: Epic foraging adventures… Keep Reading
We ventured East at the weekend for the loveliest couple who celebrated their wedding at Harburn House. All sorts of pretty late Spring and early Summer blooms were on their best behaviour for this Spring woodland wedding, here is a little round up of phone snaps taken just as we were finishing up.
We went away for a few days and we got hitched. I wore Harris Tweed and flowers on my head – OBVIOUSLY. The days were filled with sunshine, music, flowers and lovely people. Being married is ace. Thank you all for all your kind wishes and love, we are so very happy x