bride and bridesmaids at botleys mansion

Rachel & Tristan

Well, Rachel & Tristan’s Botleys Mansion Wedding was pretty much the most perfect day ever. This gorgeous couple are both old school friends of mine, and chose the majestic Botleys Mansion to declare their vows and hold their wedding reception in June of this year. When I arrived at the venue for the first time…

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Tassel Tail balloons

Check out these tassel tail balloons I created for the Swakeleys School for Girls 2015 prom this year, how fab?! The balloon decor theme was peach, blush, gold and ivory. As well as the giant balloons, I also provided confetti filled balloons to match for their table centrepieces and floor standing displays. At the entrance…

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balloon columns

balloon columns

My ‘Big Boy’ balloon columns have been very popular recently! You can see why, standing a whopping 7-8ft tall, they sure make a statement. These balloon pillars are hand crafted in up to 4 different colours, and can be topped with either a heart, star or round foil balloons, or even a giant 3ft latex…

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flora special occasion flowers

Lucy & Steven

Lucy & Steven tied the knot at Taplow House Hotel on 18th April 2015, the sun was shining, the flowers were blooming and the whole day was a great success! I first met this lovely couple in January at the wedding venue to discuss their wedding style, flowers & over-all decoration for the day. I…

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pinewood hotel wedding flowers

sonam & will

Another day, another Pinewood Hotel wedding beautified by Flora Special Occasion! This post is dedicated to Sonam & Will’s Hindu/English wedding, beginning with a Hindu ceremony at Bhaktivedanta Manor followed by an English ceremony and reception at the Pinewood Hotel which is a fantastic boutique hotel in Wexham, Slough. Sonam’s flowers were in shades of yellow & ivory,…

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flowergirl flower crown

the flower crown

Flower crowns are not a new accessory, and in history they weren’t only worn for fashion purposes. In the Roman times, olive wreathes were placed around Olympian’s heads as a sign of accomplishment as opposed to a medal. In the rural countryside, flower crowns were worn for certain rituals, and bore a sign of spiritualism.…

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