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The design consultation is where I get to know you. My aim is to understand your brief and ideas that reflect you as a couple. Feel free to email photos, mood boards, Pinterest images or anything that inspires you. 


Yes. Your initial proposal is often not the final one and it can be changed as much as need be. You can book your wedding date even if you are not sure of numbers and designs. However, I ask for confirmation of designs 6-8 weeks before the day.  


Not at all. I suggest doing some research beforehand so you know the style and different types of flowers you like but I am here to help guide and advise you. I find it best if you leave the overall choice of flowers to me as this will guarantee the best blooms for your day. Of course if you have favourite or sentimental blooms then I will try to ensure these flowers are included in your designs. 


I recommend getting in touch as soon as you’ve booked your venue and set your date. I get booked up 12-18 months in advance, so it’s good to start discussing your wedding flowers in detail sooner rather than later. 


Everything I make is bespoke and designed specifically for each client based on your initial consultation – therefore I do not have a set price list.


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Once you have booked with me, I am more than happy to schedule a venue visit to ensure the designs we’ve discussed fit your chosen space. 

Yes. The price usually depends on the distance, amount of hours/days spent on site, the size of the whole wedding and design. I am based in the West Midlands so if you are getting married further afield, please do get in touch as I am always happy to travel.

I try to use British grown flowers and foliage whenever possible and strive to think sustainably about the ways in which flowers are sourced and arrange for weddings and events. When sourcing British flowers isn’t always an option I use trusted suppliers in the UK, Holland and beyond. Flowers are at their best during their peak season and it is lovely to try and reflect the seasons through your arrangements focusing on quality varieties.
Wedding flower costs are based on several factors some of which include seasonality, the ratio of blooms to foliage and the size of arrangements. Many other variables affect the final quote, for example, the type of flowers you prefer, if they are locally available at the time, or if they should be imported. Other factors include the size and height of the arrangements, the overall volume and the colour.  The cost and availability of each stem do vary according to the time of year and other costs like labour and consumable supplies must also be accounted for. I will carefully build a quote for your wedding flower costs with all these things in mind.