St. Valentine’s Day Flowers – The Myth and The History
St. Valentines Day – Where did it come from?
We donâ€™t think there should be rules about what type of flowers to send to anybody. They donâ€™t have to be roses, they donâ€™t have to be red and it doesnâ€™t have to be on St. Valentineâ€™s Day. But how and why did these conventions come about in the first place? Continue reading St. Valentines Day
Flowers for Winter Weddings
- Bride’s bouquet made for a winter wedding featuring white roses, twig, cone and frosted foliage.
Many people think that winter can be a difficult season to source flowers for weddings but thatâ€™s not really the case at all.Â It is true that many of the popular summer flower varieties are now out of season but, if its mid-winter here then its mid-summer somewhere else.
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Autumn Flowers From The Season of Mists and Mellow Fruitfulness
It’s the time of year when nature begins to wind down in preparation for the dormancy of winter but before it goes into it’s annual hibernation nature really lets go with an explosion of colour.
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A Mid-Winter Irish Wedding – with a South African Twist.
Few Irish couples opt for tropical flowers for weddings. They tend to choose more traditional varieties like Roses, Peonies, Lisianthus, Gypsophila, Ranunculus, Lily of The Valley etc but we Â love a challenge and we love working on new ideas so this wedding gave us the scope to design something a little unusual.
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