How quickly March has come around. A busy start to the month with the wedding fayre @HeadlandHotel Newquay with the beautiful views out to sea. Even if it was a little blustery outside; inside was buzzing with brides and grooms planning their weddings. I spoke to many couple about their wedding day flowers and designs. My diary is filling up fast for next year with key dates being taken.
March also saw International Women’s Day, where all different floral designs around the world were given as gifts to women as appreciation.
I was back at @AlvertonHotel Truro for the Regional meeting of the @The_BFA British Florist Association. It was lovely meeting up with regular florist friends and meeting new florists too. So nice to share ideas and talk flowers all evening.
Keeping up with trends and learning tricks of the trade was spent @YarlingtonHouse Somerset as part of @SabineDarrall team decorating the wedding marquee and tipi supplied by @AbbasMarquees1. A sneaky photo of #behindthescenes in the tipi. I will post professional photos as soon as I receive them.
It was a privilege to meet a bride and groom for a private tour of @Polpeir_Penpol Mevagissey, deciding on where floral designs would be positioned. Such a beautiful house with spectacular grounds. I am so lucky to be delivering to two weddings and both so different next month.
On an overcast Sunday I met a lovely bride and groom at Pendennis Castle, Falmouth talking through all their wedding designs. I am looking forward to decorating the keep next year with a floral arch design.
Towards the end of the month is our British Mothering Sunday (- don’t forget to order your flowers) as well as the clocks changing to British summertime.