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Learning floristry

I wanted to share more about the Young Blooms Online floristry School at the beginning of the new year. Learning a new skill or updating your abilities is such a positive thing to do as the year begins. I guess you can call something like this a way to invest in yourself. I read this…

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Wedding trends for 2019

It’s always fun to look ahead and see what the coming trends are going to be, choosing your style of wedding flowers can be overwhelming so I thought I’d pick out four trends that I love for you to enjoy and hopefully be inspired by. I’ve also created a Pinterest board with more inspiration on……

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Making a luxury flower-crown

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Making flower-crowns has been a big part of Young Blooms Summer, I’ve had over 15 groups of women through our workshop doors creating crowns. On the most part I’ve been able to source all the flowers from our flower garden which has been wonderful and you can see some of their efforts on our blog….

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Glorious colours for your Autumn wedding

I wanted to share this rather lovely autumn wedding. It’s been a year in the planning and came together beautifully on the day. The colour palette that the bride had selected was burgundy, orange, dark green and peaches, she sent over an initial mood-board which set the scene for her ideas beautifully. I then got…

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Woodland wedding photoshoot

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Gathering together with a group of local wedding vendors was a fantastic experience. I’ve worked with Jackie from Fox and Beau Photography on a number of occasions and love her work. We had a brain-storm session back in the summer and talked about creating this shoot, with the aim of celebrating Critchill Manor as an…

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Flower crown workshops

Flower workshop

This has been the Summer of flower-crown workshops here at Young Blooms. We traveled to lovely clamping sites, town-houses in Bath and some rather gorgeous cottages where we’ve taught how-to’s on the art of the flower-crown making. It’s always fun to meet groups as they arrive, some have done flower crown making before and some…

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Summer weddings

There are couples you meet in your career who are just a lot of fun to work with. Kim popped into my flower shop about a year before her wedding, she’d been recommended to us by Eat 5 Star catering. They are a fabulous company who also run the Field Kitchen in Holt where Kim…

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Holburne Museum wedding

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I couldn’t resist sharing this beautiful June wedding, the Church ceremony was at St Michaels Church in the centre of Bath and the reception was held in the galleries of the Holburne Museum a couple of minutes away. (Photographs were taken by Mona Ali) We dressed the pillars with mixed greenery to soften the venue,…

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How to make a foam-free candelabra arrangement

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I’m keeping it simple in today’s title. Foam-free arrangements are something that have interested me for a while, it was massively inspiring to see Flowers-from-the-farm gold medal winning stand at this years Chelsea flower show use foam free mechanics all the way through their display. This photo below might look a bit odd, but I…

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How to make your own floral compote arrangement

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I’m beginning to love creating¬†this style of compote arrangement, but I still can’t stop thinking about fruit compotes! I’ll go through some simple step by steps on how to create this design below. Step 1: Materials I’ve used plastic covered chicken wire, a low metal footed bowl/urn and a pair of florist’s scissors. Cut yourself…

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