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Natasha & Luke

Greyfriars House - Guildford

The most intimate and discreet location played host to Natasha & Lukes wedding last year. Peonies, roses and cottage garden favourites for that just plucked from the garden feel! There were 2 white painted obelisks central stage with pools of flowers growing up from the floor. The mantles and staircase were decorated with foliage and gave a luxurious feel. As a Southampton Florist this venue will be one I will not forget easily. 

Becky & Chris

Blacknest Golf Club - Alton

What could be better than a wedding on a scorchingly sunny day! I first met Becky properly on her Hen Do which included a flower crown workshop using faux and dried flowers. A great surprise organised by friends and family and a taste of what she had to look forward to on the big day. Its a wedding florsits dream to create with the wedding party.  At Blacknest the stunning pergoda was flanked either side by flowers which also lined the aisle on both sides.  Romantic pastel roses galore with fluffy marshmallow peonies teemed with astrantia and nigella - a perfect luxurious flower combination. 

Matt & Emily 

Lythe Hall Hotel - Haslemere

As a Salisbury Florist this venue was just a dream. The ultimate romantic wedding with Matt & Emily. With green foliage galore and the most amazingly scented stocks, fluffy peonies and blue echinops for a bit of zing this was such an elegant and classic style. The stunning pergoda was decorated both sides and looks an absolutely stunning backdrop for their photos. 

Jasmine & Stuart 

Farnham Castle - Farnham 

One of my favourite venues with high ceilings and THE most amazing chandelier to decorate. We also gave Jasmine & Stuart the wow factor with our hexistand cake frame and Passionfruit wedding cake. The autumnal colour scheme was brought to life by the fuchsia blooms florist team, with dahlias  galore and lots of dried seed heads and pampas grasses.

Natalie  & Ryan 

Tythe Barn - Petersfield

A simply stunning venue  with it's vaulted great hall made the perfect backdrop for this summer brights colour scheme and waterfall bouquet. The aisle was flanked on either side with pools of flowers growing up from the ground and centre stage our simple beautiful moongate. As a Portsmouth Florist I would definately reccomend this venue as one one of the best on the area. 

Oliver & Sarah-Jane

The Crown Inn -  Pishill

The first wedding of the year is always special for a wedding florist, when you have spent all winter coaxing the flowers into bloom and protecting them from frost for that special day. A gorgeous bouquet made from our favourite Sarah Bernhardt peonies, burgundy ranunculus and white anemones. Topped with fragrant rosemary, white borage, purple beech and some eucalyptus. The cutest boutonnieres were made with those gorgeous ranunculus plucked fresh from the field and just the right size, teemed with a little more purple beech. 

Pip & James

All Saints Church - Windsor Great Park & The Saville Gardens

Set within the grounds of Windsor Great Park sits All Saints Church, the Queens chapel as it is known locally. With beautiful gardens and the most beautiful views over the park. The team here at fuchsia blooms florist decorated the pillars,  archway, font, and windowsills with seasonal foliage, towering foxgloves and fragrant roses, lupins, pretty  elderflower and the most gorgeously scented sweetpeas. The theme was scented and purple! With The Saville Gardens only a short carriage ride away the marquee was decorated with two 1m wide floral chandeliers suspended from the ceiling with of course more seasonal blooms & Foliage.

King navy sweetpeas, lavender and bunnies tails dominated the bouquets, and as if that fragrance was not enough a few sprigs of rosemary & mint were added on top!! Soooo scented and so beautiful.

Jenny & Lee

Bushbridge Lakes - Godalming

Set inside Bushbridge lakes with ducks, geese and all sorts of other feathered friends this tipi was such a pleasure to decorate by the fuchsia blooms florist team, with furniture and accessories from the surrey wedding company for a homely boho theme. The bride wanted bright,  so we gathered together all the peachy emily hamilton roses  and our first early Dahlias ( we were lucky to have any in july but kept our fingers crossed for good weather) with bright zinging Zinnias, carthamus shiro, scented sweetpeas galore and a touch of nigella and cornflower we filled jam jars for the tables and milk churns for the lounge area. Above the bar we decorated a chandelier hung from the vast canopy of the tipi with flowers and lace delicately dangling overhead. A dream to decorate for this Winchester Florist. 

Amy & Nick

Stokes Farm Barn - Wokingham 

I am so glad that Amy & Nick decided to get married in august as our choice of flowers was immense.  The barn with its high vaulted ceiling was the most perfect setting where the fuchsia blooms florist team combined dahlias, pink zinnias, beautiful larkspur, scabious black knight, blue didiscus lace, echinops, ammi and even we even managed to save some king navy sweetpeas.....teamed with a little rosemary & mint for the most gorgeous fragrance. 

Teeny bouquets tied to the chairs along the aisle combined with a floral archway set the scene and with the most beautiful cake decorated with fresh flowers, it was most definitely a day to remember!

"We were so lucky to meet Jane at a wedding fair last year, straight away we fell in loved with the flower arrangements she had. We booked that day! Our flowers were absolutely stunning! It was exactly what I had in mind. We had so many compliments throughout the day, saying how beautiful the flowers were. Jane was great to work with, she answered all our emails promptly and made sure everything was perfect on the day. Thank you so so much!"

Mr & Mrs Berridge

The Copse -  Reading

The most gorgeous dahlias and roses, put them together and its truly beautiful!  With highlights of cosmos, zinnias and some sweetpeas still going strong!  As a Southampton florist it was the fuchsia blooms florist teams first time at the copse and it was such a beautiful venue with a covered outdoor ceremony area and delightful gardens.

Mr & Mrs Fenlon Hughes

Cain Manor -  Bordon

The private residence of Cain Manor was the perfect backdrop for this gorgeous couple to tie the knot. This Elizabethan mansion sits at the foot of the south downs national park and is so serene it oozes charm from the moment you drive up the long winding path from the main road through dense woodland to the top of the hill.

Pink & blush was the order of the day and a wedding florists dream with two large floral urns set upon plinths framing the window in the ceremony room. Vivid pink and blush coloured roses were teemed with scabious black knight, echinops, asters and ammi for the most amazing raspberry ripple combination. The fuchsia blooms florist team did such a great job. 

Sian & Adrian

The Mill  - Elstead

This rustic old 17th-century mill building with wooden beams and flagstone floors was perfect for Sian and Adrians relaxed and informal wedding. Located on the river Wey its exposed wooden beams  and eclectic furniture led the way with a casual just plucked from the garden theme. Greenery focused with a few touches of white & pastels the fuchsia blooms florist team decorated the beans with garlands and the tables with jam jars which the guests could take home with them.

Laura Petts

Bury Court Barn - Farnham

As a wedding florist I was completely bowled over when I saw Laura's official photos of her wedding day . The amazing richness of the bridesmaids dresses were perfectly complemented by velvet roses, crysanthemums, astrantia, lisianthus, nigella and an amazingly fragrant selection of herbs.

Harry & Georgia 

Lillibrooke Manor - Maidenhead

Leap Year weddings are always special and the wedding of Mrs & Mrs Poole was no exception. Sumptuous layered greenery with whites and a hint of blue to complement the gorgeous bridal gown from The Farnham Boutique ( who source the most amazing lace by the way)   We made a magnificent moongate, (another wedding florists dream by the way)which stood in the doorway of the ceremony room as a gorgeous backdrop whilst the couple tied the knot. Greenery lined the aisle chairs and crate display at the back of the room whilst pretty bridesmaids made their way down the aisle behind the bride. The groom clad in sumptuous green velvet enhanced with a thistle boutonniere.   

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