Sometimes simple white flowers are the best choice, especially for a chic black tie summer wedding.
Recently featured on Rock My Wedding, Emily and Edward's intimate ceremony and reception was the height of sophistication. A mono-botanical design acted as the main feature for the ceremony, with clear glass vases grouped with white and green seasonal blooms, nestled with candlelight.
Emily's bouquet was a tight knot of all white hydrangeas, garden roses, scabious and scented sweetpeas, with double white lisianthus for the buttonholes.
These moody photographs from James Frost speak for themselves, and showcase the grounds at The Lost Orangery under gorgeous grey skies.
We were delighted to create a stunning floral installation for Anthropologie Bath to celebrate Passions 15th birthday and Chelsea Flower Show.
Alongside the window installation Jo put on a great workshop showing everyone how to create a small jar arrangement. We had great fun collaborating with Anthropologie and look forward to working together in the future!
Last weekend Passion hosted a fantastic hair crown making workshop, taught by our lovely wedding florist Michelle. Fuelled with tea, coffee and the occasional cake these happy hens made some beautiful hair crowns, all chose a great floral selection and each hair crown turned out uniquely different.
We love to host workshops here at our barns, find out more about our teaching workshops on our website, drop us an email at email@example.com or even give us a call on 01225859994, we'd love to hear from you!