Here is an example of one of my fresh flower crowns, perfect for a bride or bridesmaid. This piece was created as a bespoke order for Brides Magazine. The roses are all scented and from the Real Flower company and mixed with seasonal British wild flowers.
This is an example of one of my fresh flower crowns, perfect for a bride or bridesmaid. This piece was created as a bespoke order for Brides Magazine. The scented David Austin roses are from the Real Flower company.
In the September/October 2018 issue of You & Your Wedding magazine, Peta Hunt styled two different bridal faux flower headbands, one featuring tulle and one with veiling for this editorial called Lost in Lace. The photography is by Jason Moore.
In the September/October 2018 issue of You & Your Wedding magazine, Peta Hunt styled this editorial called Express yourself, featuring a faux flower veiling headband and a quirky pair of faux floral glasses. The photography is by Ben Riggott.
Tracy Cole from Hello Flora asked me to help her style a baby shower at her beautiful home. The mother-to-be didn’t know the sex of the baby but knew she was going to call it Avery, which we incorporated into one Hello Flora’s signature giant wreaths. We used fresh and vibrant summer pastels mixed with a few more muted tones and lots of foliage for a sophisticated edge. All the flowers were faux, from the Hello Flora collection.
Bride-to-be Rebecca contacted me after seeing my floral fashion on my Etsy shop to ask if I could maker her a bespoke bridal headpiece using red, burgundy and purple flowers.
Georgina Horne, AKA successful model and blogger, Fuller Figger Bust has modelled some of my floral fashion headpieces for stockist Edith & Winston bridal wear for the boutiques fashion shoots. She looks so stunning in them I decided to make a bespoke flower crown.
This year, my floral fashion is once again being stocked in Fortnum & Mason for the Summer season. Alongside some of my signature hydrangea headbands and combs, I have also made some new show stopper styles featuring roses, peonies, hydrangeas and delphiniums, especially for Fortnum & Mason.
I received a lovely online write up by Rebecca Magniant for Do It in London, published online on the 19th of June in an article called Spring Fashion: It's a Hat Trick:
I want to say thank you to everyone at Fortnum & Mason for inviting me to take part in their Celebrate the Season event, and for being so helpful and welcoming. I made fresh flower headpieces from scented roses, demonstrating floristry and millinery skills and offering advice. Fortnum & Mason is itself a magical space, calming and at the same time uplifting, so it was a joy to be able to create there.