Wild, natural looking wedding flowers from highly scented British blooms
Who are we...
Lovely to meet you! I’m Hannah and I adore a good old wedding and of course all things floral. Being a part of my couples wedding day is an absolute privilege and I’m passionate about offering a brilliant service alongside spectacular floral arrangements.
Floral designer, Hannah is a huge advocate for using seasonal British flowers and her enthusiasm for wild, natural looking wedding flowers is infectious!
Hannah offers bespoke consultations to her couples in order to better understand their needs and floral visions for their big day. Her personal and individualistic approach to each of her clients’ briefs has gained her exceptional reviews and reinforces her ethos of offering a truly brilliant service alongside creating beautiful flowers.
Working to your brief, Hannah personally selects and hand-cuts your wedding flowers from local growers a matter of days before your wedding day, so expect “unique one-off” arrangements filled with fresh and highly scented British flowers!
Hannah fully understands that some couples may also wish to design and create their own wedding flowers, so offers a DIY bucket service and can organise workshops for hen dos or creative DIY Brides who may wish to learn how to make a garland or craft their own Bridal bouquet.
Hire items including ladders, urns, terrariums and vintage vases are all available to use and hire as well, guaranteeing that your day is as unique as you!
Having moved from London to Worcester in 2014, it struck Hannah how she’d missed the countryside and the ability to grow and nurture a garden. The decision to source local British flowers in her work was instant!
Having forged new contacts Hannah now works with several local growers near Worcester that she considers friends; Carol in Eckington, Tammy at Wild Bunch Flowers and Faye at Rural Floral to name a few. Working with other small businesses is a joy for Hannah and cutting directly from their cutting patches and gardens is inspirational.
In the longer term, Hannah plans to grow more of her own flowers, investing in pollinators to help the bee and butterfly population and more unusual plants for added interest in her arrangements.