Crafty creative types are in for a treat this Christmas. For those looking for a creative activity around the festive holidays, we are running a series of wreath-making workshops
The workshops run from 10-1pm, for small groups of six to eight, cost £45 per head and are based at our workshop at New Covent Garden Flower Market, in all its twinkling and festive glory, a truly magical place. The workshop will address wiring techniques, examples of finished wreaths and the various styles that can be achieved. Materials will be provided and Liz will provide step-by-step demonstrations, as well as personal tuition to produce the perfect, truly unique holiday wreath
Refreshments and morning pastries will be provided and participants will of course be able to take their work home with them to proudly display to friends and family. The wreaths should last right up until Christmas
The workshops will show just how delightful and unique Christmas wreaths can be. Participants can choose between making a traditional wreath, which would usually include a variety of foliage, fir cones, cinnamon, whole oranges or apples; or something more contemporary featuring colourful twigs, baubles, sprayed fir cones, ribbons, birds – almost anything goes!
The workshops, running on 9th and 10th December, would make a unique seasonal hen party or just a fun day out with friends.
To book your place on our wreath-making workshop, or enquire about other workshops please contact Liz on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07973 601 045
These wreaths were made by some lovely ladies at our most recent workshop
Well – where did 2014 go! It has been an absolute whirlwind of a year for us here at BSF HQ and it hasn’t finished yet – we’ve got Christmas to get through!
We worked on more weddings than last year, created flower displays for more corporate events than last year, featured in more styled shoots than last year … and certainly had much more fun than last year
Unfortunately, the down side to the above is less time to update our website and blog about all the exciting things we’ve been doing – so please watch this space, keep in touch via Facebook, follow us on Instagram and Twitter to see and hear what we’ve been up to. I promise we will be on top on things very soon and have a lot to great information, photos and general stuff to share
Okay ladies, its time to get your crowns out, dusted and on!
Tomorrow is the inaugural National Flower Crown day and I’ll show you mine if I can see yours. Just Instagram a shot of you in your Flower Crown, use the hashtags #nationalflowercrownday and #blueskyflowers and I will pick a winner to receive a Faux Flower Crown in the colour palette of your choice
Heidi and Liz get crowned
So … be creative, be clever but above all be flowery and have fun
When I first met Sophia to talk wedding flowers with her wedding planner, Andri Benson from Always Andri, it was clear from the outset that this wasn’t going to be a quiet little wedding with subtle touches and delicate florals. Sophia has to be my most direct and decisive bride from 2013 – she even managed to convince – if that is the right word – her wedding guests to only wear colours that would complement the wedding theme of orange and purple – amazing but true!! I think her wedding to the wonderful Oskar was one of my faves of the year and will stick in my mind for a long time. Read more
sophias cascade bouquet of callas, hydrangea and orchids
No, you aren’t experiencing déjà vu! Yes, we have blogged this wedding before but have recently received new photos from Dianna and Rowland’s fantastic photographer,Aneta Mak.
This was a truly gorgeous wedding and you can now appreciate it in all its glory via Aneta’s lovely photographs. It was a frantic day, installing at 4am to avoid the closing down of the bridges and road surrounding the Queen’s Jubilee Pageant but we made it and the bride and groom were very pleased Read morehere.
Part two of our mammoth sun filled weekend last July features a beautiful, elegant and supremely classy wedding at One Whitehall in the heart of Westminster. Carla and David are a gorgeous couple who had very strong ideas about the look they wanted for their wedding day and with the aid of the fabulous photographic skills ofFiona Kelly, I’m now very proud to be able to show you what we created for them.Read on here.
Early last July saw us on one of our busiest weekends of the summer with events going on in Westminster, the West End and the City! Three very different weddings and three very different venues – Part One is a fabulous ceremony and reception at St Etheldreda’s in Ely Place and the amazing Stationers’ Hall.
Andri Benson of Always Andri Wedding Design introduced me to the bride only a matter of 6 weeks or so before the wedding but such a clear idea did they both have of the look and colour they wanted that it made my life much easier! Pale lilac, soft pink and creamy ivories were the mainstay of the flower palette supported by the silvery grey hues of Eucalyptus and Senecio foliage. Read more in our blog here
Bowls of Cream Peony, Sweet Avalanche Roses, flowering Mint, lilac Mikado spray Roses and ivory Hydrangea.
Calling sons and daughters, grandsons and nieces – Mother’s Day is just a week away and you really need to get your treats sorted now!
Why not spoil her with a beautifully packaged box of delicate macarons from Anges De Sucre – choose from Pistache Vera, Raspberry Ripple, Amalfi Citron, Earl Grey, Lavender Fields, Caffe or simply Death by Chocolate… and many more too delicious to mention! To find out how to order read more in our blog here