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I love seasonal, British flowers.  I want to take my love for seasonal, British grown flowers and share it with you all.  This week sees the launch of a fabulous new wedding magazine called Unique Bride Magazine (if you haven’t already seen me shouting about it on Facebook and Twitter).  I was lucky enough to be invited to write an article for the launch issue and my copy arrived in today’s post. I chose for my article to reflect my love of seasonal, British grown wedding flowers and to showcase to brides-to-be the beautiful options that are out there if […]

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We hope you’re enjoying our Real Wedding Favourites mini series, looking back at some of the loveliest details from the weddings featured on our blog. If you’d like some inspiration do check out the series so far. From bride and groom wedding styles, to wedding ceremony and reception spaces. From beautiful wedding details to some of the most unique weddings we’ve featured. Today we’re sharing our Favourite Natural Wedding Flowers. Gosh what a hard post this was to create! Narrowing down to just a handful of our favourites was incredibly difficult, because we love flowers. Hopefully this post will give you […]

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Immerse yourself in some classic British midsummers wedding flower inspiration today and enjoy these beautiful images bought to us by The Real Cut Flower Garden and Helen Lisk Photography. The whimsical styling was influenced by the beautiful surroundings of Mapperton Manor House and Gardens.  Stunning dresses by Belle and Bunty complement dreamy old fashioned roses and field grasses. As Charlie from The Real Cut Flower Garden created the stunning florals we will let her tell you a bit more about the shoot…

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We have a beautiful English country barn wedding for you from TNWC recommended photographers Warren & Carmen Photography. Mel and Ben chose to keep their day simple and classic, sourcing as many of their suppliers close to their wedding venue alongside some handmade projects. Over to bride Mel to tell us all about it… English country barn wedding Both of us just wanted a laid back feel to the wedding without any particular theme. We really liked barn weddings and simple weddings without too much formality. We also knew that we wanted to put a lot of what we enjoy […]

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Our 2017 Eco Valentine’s Day Gift Guide  Samantha and I are sharing our favourite finds for a possible Eco Valentine’s Day gift for your loved one – women, men, and even a gift from your little ones. We’ve stuck to all UK based businesses and artisans, most of them small independent businesses. You’ll also find we’ve tried to include ideas across a span of costs, with only one true ‘blow the budget’ gift. In putting together this guide we discovered that neither of us celebrate Valentine’s Day in a big way. I’m sure lots of people choose to celebrate their […]

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Our 2016 Eco Christmas Gift Guide It’s December and we want to help you with your gift searching with our eco Christmas gift guide. Samantha and I have been scouring the internet to bring you our favourite eco-chic finds – from gifts to decorations to wrapping. You might think ‘not another Christmas gift guide’ but we promise ours is a bit special because all the items we’ve chosen have eco credentials, all come from UK based businesses (many of them small independent businesses), and we’ve kept the majority of items affordable with a few luxuries thrown in. The items in […]

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Kate and Aidan’s outdoor eco wedding, set on Masson Farm in the rolling hills of Derbyshire, is truly inspiring. This biking, hiking and climbing loving couple had a personal vision for their wedding day, but rather than it being about bunting and flowers (though there is an abundance of both) their vision focused on ensuring their celebrations were sustainable and ethical. The couple and their guests reached the wedding venue by cable car and a hike, before they were married in an outdoor ceremony. Afterwards the reception was held in a tipi that could only be accessed along a steep road which provided seclusion and […]

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