Monday, 21 November 2011
Quirky for the catwalk this corsage is created to fit securely around the thumb. Black midelino stcks are entwined and twisted to give the appearance a vintage lace effect. Mighty moth orchids sit majestically to catch the eye. This design gained 3rd place in the British Floral Association Competition-Birmingham
'Graduation' A celebration of achievement. An exotic themed bouquet comprising vibrant red and white anthurium, moluccella, ornitholgalum and the long lasting aspidistra. This design centres around the iconic image of the academic graduation ceremony where the mortar board and gown take centre stage.
A wedding cake is a very personal part of a special day. Fresh floral cake tops are wonderful keepsakes to last a life time. Guaranteed to look beautiful.
Contemporary cake top with orchids, dracaena, plaited steel grass with additional delicate pearls.
A quick and easy design which looks effective and colourful with minimal materials. A large Protea, bright yellow Craspedia with embellishments are fabulous for table centre pieces or placed anywhere.
The most important and busiest day in the florist's calendar. Mother's day evolved from the time when many people were in service and away from home. On just one day a year they were allowed to visit their families-the fourth Sunday in Lent. Traditionally small, dainty spring flowers are appealing for Mother's Day. Here is a grouped handtie containing Anemone, Veronica, Hyacinth and Dracaenia in a basket collar with added Midelino sticks and pearls.