Winter Wedding at Stoke Rochford Hall

I love a winter wedding.  Probably because I chose December to tie the knot myself and as I arrived to deliver Emma and Harry’s wedding flowers on this crisp frosty morning (beautifully captured by Dottie Photography) I had that lovely warm feeling of nostalgia in my belly.  There was much excitement as Emma and her glamorous maids were busy getting ready upstairs, whilst Harry and his friends calmly organised and chatted in the stunning dining room and orangery below. It was a wonderful and emotional day with the couple also expecting a new arrival in 2017!

Emma chose ivory roses, anemones and silver eucalyptus in her bouquet.

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Arriving in Style

Tasha and Tom were keen to use local suppliers and British blooms to celebrate their special day.  Following the ceremony in the quaint village of Redmile, they made their journey through the picturesque Vale of Belvoir by horse and carriage to The Manners Arms at Knipton, where they joined family and friends for a vintage summer party.

Tasha chose dahlias, roses, cosmos, herbs and fountain grass for her pretty seasonal bouquet.

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Ready, Steady, Sow!

As the days start to get a little longer, we get off to a flying start with the sowing of our annuals and the planting up of the dahlia tubers. Many people wonder what a flower grower gets up to during the winter months, when the ground is hard and there’s little warmth from the sun. Well this winter we managed to publish our web page, start constructing the new workshop, although Dale snapping his cruciate ligament hasn’t helped (football boots well and truly hung up!!) and my favorite job of selecting and ordering this years seeds.

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Wreath making in the Vale of Belvoir

On the 5th December I had the pleasure of hosting my first Christmas workshop here in the Vale of Belvoir. Our venue was the award-winning Red Lion Inn, situated in my home village of Stathern, close to Melton Mowbray.

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Daisy Daisy

The ever so lovely Millie and Jamie tie the knot in Stathern, with daisy wedding flowers.  Even Brandy the beagle got in on the act, with a gypsophila collar.

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British Wedding Flowers

Katy and Johnny were married at The Oat Hill, Market Harborough and specifically requested British wedding flowers (a passion of ours).  Beautiful peonies, delphiniums and sweet william to name but a few!

Take a look at their special day.

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Amy & Ben

I love a local wedding!  Amy and Ben married at St. Guthlac’s church, Stathern and created a truly unique day with great attention to detail.


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Sophie & John

On a warm summers day Sophie and John tied the knot in the picturesque village of Twyford, Leicestershire.

They celebrated their marriage with friends and family in a beautiful country style marquee, set in the grounds of Quenby Hall, a magnificent Jacobean country house.

I feel privileged to be able to share some of their photos with you taken by Tom Millington LBIPP LMPA.

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Gill & Peter married at St. Lukes Church, in the beautiful village of Gaddesby, situated South of Melton Mowbray.

Many thanks to the talented Rebecca Goddard for the following photos.

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