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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Tinakilly wedding flowers

Wedding Inspiration

Hello there! As we all know, planning a wedding can be incredibly daunting. There is a plethora of elements to consider; the dress, the venue, the guest list and so on. This blog post will, of course, focus on another important aspect of the wedding ceremony- the flowers. Needless to stay, there are endless options …

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Bride's and bridesmaids' bouquets

Wedding planning and Corona

Dearest friends, AKA my dearest clients, It’s a day after Valentine, and true to form, the email notifications have been buzzing all day. Huge congratulations to you all!! Times have changed, but love is love, not even a pandemic can change it. 2020 is gone, and I’m trying to stay positive for you and for …

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Garden rose wedding bouquet

Flowers and Instagram

Flowers and Instagram You’re probably aware of the current controversy regarding the use of filters and Photoshop to alter the appearance of images posted on Instagram and other social media sites. Kim Kardashian would immediately spring to mind, but she’s not the only culprit. Unfortunately, when used to change the appearance of oneself has been …

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Florist

A day in the life of a florist

The beauty of my job is that every single day is different from the next one. And, contrarily of what’s believed, it doesn’t involve flowers a hundred percent of the time… The day starts early… I love lifting the studio’s shutter and peaking through the door to see the boxes of flowers that arrived during …

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Trudder wedding

Floral weekends…Monday’s musings

Unsurprisingly, weekend days tend to be the most popular when choosing wedding dates, so for an event floral designer (that’s me!) Fridays and Saturdays (and more recently Sundays as well!!) tend to be busy-busy-busy days. And very long! I’m not complaining – I absolutely love what I do, working with flowers and beautiful people, visiting stunning …

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