Celebrating the launch of the ‘Grow Your Own Wedding Flowers’ book with a magical bloggers tea at Clifton Nurseries
Grow Your Own Wedding Flowers book launch
A few weeks ago the TNWC team were lucky enough to attend a wonderful afternoon tea to celebrate the launch of Grow Your Own Wedding Flowers by Georgie Newbery, a beautiful, insightful book that does exactly what it says on the tin; cleverly guiding you from start to finish in the whole planning process of growing and styling your own flowers for your big day.
The launch took place at the incredible Quince Tree in Clifton Nurseries, a hidden little gem in the middle of Little Venice, London. Upon entering under an arched canopy, settled among a row of tall white town houses, we were greeted by rows of fairy lit Christmas trees and found ourselves in a secret garden bursting full of flowers and foliage.
A May wedding bouquet of apple blossom, cow parsley and other exquisite English wildflowers and spring flowers
May wedding bouquet of apple blossom and cow parsley
If you’ve been reading this blog long enough you’ll know by now that I’m an absolute sucker for a May wedding. In fact, just the month of May in general. I love it for so many reasons – it’s my birthday month, it’s the month we got married, it’s the month of bluebells, cow parsley, hawthorn blossom, and so much more. So I am always excited when this month arrives to see what creations my fabulous flower farmer and florist friends create for May weddings.
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