Friday, 30 September 2011

This week has been.....

A lovely Mr & Mrs getting married on Monday

Selling lots of these on Tuesday..

Running out of this on Wednesday...

Buying lots of this on Thursday...

And Friday.......... 

Well, I'm hoping might be dinner out with my Husband, but who knows....

Wednesday, 21 September 2011

Roll on the sniffly nose....Autumn is here!!

This week has been glorious as I have been able to indulge in my love of all things vintage crate like!! Hurrah I hear you cry.....

Our new display outside Hartley Farm shop is complete, with a truly scrumptious Autumnal display! I would urge you to come visit and check it out!!

I wanted to create a door wreath to welcome Autumn in, I think they make such a gorgeous talking point! The Americans have down to a T with these things. They shouldn't just be for Christmas, enjoy the season that we are in and celebrate with a fabulous creation like this.

Autumn a go-go, with wicker basket to
complete the look!!

See I even got some corn in there! How Autumnal can you get AND....I picked a load of pumpkins from our Allotment this afternoon, but fret not I won't force a picture of those on you.

Clash the colours as much as possible. xx

Well, I wish you all a beautiful rest of the week, I am off to find some cucumber slices {late night out with my Brother} Never start talking about politics at 10.30pm, it doesn't work.


Monday, 12 September 2011

A day off...

 I love an adventurous bride. This photo came from a wedding we did this last weekend. She had two sets with flowers to welcome her guests in the entrance way.

I always think its a great to use items which are completely unique to you as it makes your day that bit more special. And what a fabulous talking point for all your guests!!
We have also been in marquee heaven for the last couple of weeks. Marquee's are interesting as they are a blank canvas from which to create your day.

This wedding was more about the little touches, as the Bride loved butterflies and had left them for us too put into the flowers on the day.

I would always say don't be afraid to add your own finishing touches after the flowers have been done! Though do always talk to your florist about what you have in mind.
I am not sure whether to be concerned about my love of vintage crates. I would happily buy them until the cows come home. I'm building an collection of them up at the workshop as they are fabulous to display flowers on

I also love photographing flowers on them as they give that extra vintage touch.