Floral inspiration


Hello brides, grooms and floral enthusiasts,


Here we are at the end of lock down and looking forward to new beginnings. I must say I will take a lot of positives with me from the experience but I am also really looking forward to getting back to work and seeing people again.

By now my Instagram feed is usually flooded with gorgeous designs from all my spring weddings and I am looking forward to a busy summer but alas, it was not meant to be. I am however getting lots of bookings for next year and my spring is now fully booked but I still have spaces for summer, autumn and winter so if you're getting hitched next year do give me a shout for a free consultation.


Here are some of my best work from 2019 just to get you in the mood.


Don't forget to contact me here to book your consultation.


Love Jem

The Floral Fairy

First wedding of the year in early spring...


The bride chose huge peonies and garden roses and other seasonal flowers and foliage in a gradient of pinks, peach and cream to create this oversized, free form bridal bouquet.








These gorgeous little buttonholes were definitely my favourite of the year! Joyful, sunny and as cute as a button(hole).





These simple yet fabulously bright and beautiful curved mason jars of rainbow coloured spring flowers really stood out from the crowd and the lighting at the Round Chapel in Hackney just enhanced their gorgeousness.




I loved creating this cake with a middle section arrangement made out of pink peonies, roses, lisianthus, astrantia, rice flower and astilbe.






Hands down,the cutest photo I have received this year!

These flower girls were perfect and look as pretty

as a picture in the gypsophilia bun wraps and handmade wands.



This gorgeous bride and her bridesmaid looked

completely stunning with their elegant, understated

dresses and oversized free form bouquets.






This doorway installation was probably the most extravagant and challenging piece I created this year as I went foam free using chicken wire to hold everything in place.


Made with garden roses, hydrangea, foliages and cascading amaranthus for extra dramatic effect.



This Autumnal bridal bouquet in burgundy,

magenta and blush with pops of dark plum

berries was a favourite of mine.


I love the shape, the wildness and all the

foliage that frames it.





This is definitely my favourite ceremony arch of 2019.


I loved working with the large tropical blooms and foliages and everything just worked perfectly together, especially with the groom's amazing suit!






This luxury mantle arrangement for a wedding in August

at Belair House in Dulwich worked beautifully in the Georgian manor adding a pop of coral and blush to

bright, white room for a fresh and full look.




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