Tricia is dedicated to telling your story through unique
and striking design.
From a wedding bouquet to compliment the most contemporary or 'boho' wedding dress to a luxurious venue transformation.
Flower choice and design for your wedding will create theme, focus and atmosphere.
You may prefer simple tranquil styles or your dreams could be of a spectacular dramatic venue installation. Etherial Columns, jaw dropping swaithes of foliage and teh freshest flowers.
We also design and dress birthday, christening and anniversary venues as well as flower design
for Mosque and Temple.
We will make your day memorable.
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This brides handtie on the left is Hydrangea, Protea, Roses, Veronica, Pittosporum & Eucalyptus price from £60
Meadow Theme Hand Tied Bouquet
This traditional hand tied bouquet has the softness of garden flowers along side Ranunculus, Poppies and Eustoma. Gathered together and bound with jute and twine.
This handtied brides bouquet is from £70
Mixed Loose Hand Tied Bouquet
This busy hand tied mixed bouquet is filled with lots of colour and texture. Cream, baby blue and pinks and the crisp white of the poker like Veronica, Gerbera, Roses, Hydrangea, Chrysanthemum and fabulous Eucalyptus team up to create this stunning bouquet.
This handtied brides bouquet is from £60
Autumn Theme Hand Tied Bouquet
Spectacular textures and colours in this hand tie and even a lotus seed heads to bring more shape and drama. Dusky pink roses and liguris which is a dried flower blend well with Sedum, Solidago, Eryngium (sea holly), and Eucalyptus.
This handtied brides bouquet is from £75
Freesia & Rose Handtie
The whitest Freesia with Dancing Clouds roses, Pink Avalanche Roses, lemon Santini, Gypsophila & Bear Grass. From £70
Calla Lily Sheaf Handtie
Pearl white Calla lillies with fragrant & crisp Eucalyptus, a touch of Hypericum berries, Bear Grass and Gypsophila. From £85
White Bridal Rose
Giant white roses, Veronica, & fragrant Eucalyptus, Thyme and Rosemary From £85
Flowers for your maid of honour/bridesmaids or attendants could have the same colour palette of the bridal bouquet. Alternatively, the colours could match their outfits or be dramatically alternate and totally in contrast to create drama and amazing richness to the bridal party.
Bridesmaids and attendants handties from £40
Top Table Guests
You may want close family/friends to have a corsage, this can either be fastened to their outfits, wrists or handbags.
This can be contrasting or a reciprocal colour for the wedding theme.
Corsage designs from £15
Boutonnieres & Buttonholes
A 'boutonniere' is a floral accessory worn on the lapel of a tuxedo or suit jacket for weddings and other special occasions by the senior relatives of the bride and groom-groomspeople, grandparents and even a favourite uncle, aunt or best friend.
It is usually a single bud surrounded by smaller buds and delicate foliage, with a stem wrapped in a complimetary colour or fabric.
A 'button hole' is a simpler design and worn by other family and friends.
Contrasting or reciprocal colours are always optional.
Buttonholes from £5
Boutonnieres from £7
Flowergirls & Boys
Children can carry a small bouquet, basket or other accessory such as a decorated horseshoe, wand or hoop.
Baskets from £20 Horseshoes from £15 Hoops or Wands from £20
The 'Top Table' decor piece is the centre and the focus of your venue; it should be striking and proportionate to the size of the room and reciprocate the style and ethos of the wedding day.
Etherial and dreamlike or dramatic and theatrical.
Top table design from £35
Venue & Church Decor
(Arches, Entrances, Marquees)
Structural flower arrangements can be a stunning backdrop to your day, whether all foliage or lots of fabulous blooms.
Church arches simple yet elegant and can set the scene for your event. Marquees and Ballrooms are brilliant venues to 'dress up' and make into your magical party room.
Prices for venue decoration on request and visit to venue.
St Giles Church Chollerton
Columns and Alter decoration in this beautiful Church dating originally from the 13th Century. Restored in 1875 to its present glory. Columns inside the church are said to have been removed from the Cilurnum Roman Fort at Chesters. Every pillar was decorated in fabulous locally sourced foliage
and four different types of Eucalyptus; massive Hydrangea heads and Roses along with Eustoma, Dahlias, Larkspur and Ammi Majus.
The alter reciprocated the column designs but with