Wedding Flowers by Driftwood and Daisies Florist, Fareham
The question has been popped and the answer a resounding “yes”! With congratulations still ringing in the air it’s time to start planning your big day and fresh beautiful flowers really do set the scene for this special occasion. At Driftwood and Daisies I can cater for all tastes, styles and budgets. You really don’t have to spend the earth to create the ‘wow’ factor. As they say “sometimes less is more”.
The first thing we need to do is to make sure your wedding date is free in my wedding diary so please make contact and I will let you know. If we are able to proceed then I will be more than happy to conduct your wedding consultation in the comfort of your home or meet at your wedding reception to discuss your requirements and ideas, you will be under no obligation.
I haven't filled this section with pages of photos as most Brides and Grooms (but mostly Brides!!) come to me with a beautiful selection of Pinterest boards. However, if this is not the case with yourself and you don't know where to start then I have lots of wedding flower magazines and I can show you more images of what I have made in the past on my ipad. What I have shown below are some popular styles of bouquets , buttonholes and table centres.
It's your special day, and I would love the opportunity to be part of it.
Getting married at Skylark Golf and County Club in Whiteley? Contact me today to discuss my special flower package deals.
(please note the minimum spend for wedding flowers is £500. Any questions about this please do not hesiate to contact me)
Formal Head to Head bouquet of Roses
Classic Calla Lilly
The 'just picked' look
I love working with soft peach and cream flowers.. SO pretty.
Blackberries and Roses work beautifully together.
Cath Kidston style bouquet
Classic shower bouquet made with small calla lillies
Home decorated tins and jars filled with flowers and herbs - still very popular
Mottled silver vases and tea-lights to hire.
Something on a whole different level.. the ceilings were high, we had to go tall!
A gorgeous wooden trug filled with heather and lavender plants plus cut flowers
Birdcage table centre - rustic yet pretty.
Add something personal to your buttonholes!
A pretty formal wired buttonhole with gypsophilia and ivy leaves
A pretty wrist corsage
Tied buttonhole with Thistle, Lavender and Heather
Simple Gypsophilia Tied Pew End Design
Love using Nerines in wedding bouquets.. so pretty!
Pretty jars and candles at Skylark Golf and Country Club
The 'just picked' look for The Great Barn at Titchfield
Crates of flowers, perfect for a rustic barn
Perfect for your rustic barn!
Wellies.. perfect for your Wedfest!
Formal ivory rose buttonholes with a touch of wax, thistle and rose bud
Traditional rose bud and freesia corsage with magnet to fix
Hurricane vases surrounded by a garden of seasonal blooms
A great colour combo, loving the pretty wax flower.
Roses in vintage style vases surrounding and elegand candelabra
Here is a list of items that you may wish to consider for your wedding flowers. Some items, like Church pedestal arrangements, can then be taken onto the wedding reception so no need to buy them twice!
v Brides Bouquet
v Bridesmaids Bouquet(s)
v Flower Girls
v Page Boys
v Groom’s Buttonhole
v Best man (men) Buttonhole
v Ushers' Buttonholes
v Congregation Buttonholes
v Corsages/wrist corsages/Handbag corsage for Mums etc
v Hair Flowers
v Table centres
v Top table arrangement
v Bar arrangements
v Cake flowers
v Thank you bouquets
Church Flowers/Wedding Ceremony
v Pew Ends/chair backs