Wedding Flowers from a distance: A September Wedding in Kilruddery planned over lockdown

As we are all aware, wedding planning can be a complicated process (keeping in mind the fruitful results! ) However, this was even more so the case during lockdown. Fortunately, in terms of wedding flowers, with the right attitude and communication- anything is possible!  This was the case for Kaitlyn and Nick, a couple from …

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Wedding Planning: Where do I start?

As a floral designer, much of my work revolves around organizing my time efficiently to produce high quality results. Wedding planning can seem overwhelming but similarly to how I prep my flowers, it is simply a matter of organization. Everyone’s approach is different. Perhaps you take the old-school approach, pen and paper, brainstorm and maybe …

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Keeping to the classics

Amidst the buzz for summer (slightly premature, it is only the beginning of April after all) the colour palette for wedding flowers is gradually shifting back towards the pinks, oranges and yellows that one would likely see in a sweet shop. While this is striking and never ceases to evoke the joyous occasion that is …

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Bridge flowers

Going Green

Hello! I wanted to touch briefly on the impact of foliage, be it in your bridal bouquet or in your centre-piece, it plays a key role in the look you would like to achieve with your flowers. Foliage can indeed elevate the focal points of a bouquet or an installation as it adds different textures …

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