Emma and Robert chose the elegant George Hotel, in the heart of the city centre for their wedding venue.The wedding ceremony and reception were in The Kings Hall.

Emma held a compact hand tie of blue thistle, blue pacific roses, purple eustoma and eucalyptus. Emma’s bridesmaid carried a similar but smaller version.

The table centres were used for the wedding ceremony positioned in between the pillars of The Kings Hall. Hurricane vases and little pots of flowers and tealights added to the look. The table centres were later position on the tables for the dinner reception. 

“Just wanted to drop you a note to say a MASSIVE thank you for supplying our flowers for our wedding last Friday. We loved them! The room looked fantastic and it really had a great balance between vintage/romantic softness with a modern twist with the tall vases. Just proved that you don’t have to spend a fortune either to get a great look. 

We also loved our bouquets and the mums where thrilled with theirs. The use of the candle sticks in the reception area also worked really well, lighting that area up fantastically!  

We would definitely recommend you to friends who need a first class florist!

 Thanks again!!”

Emma & Robert.

A small event in the Atrium at RBS Gogarburn. We were delighted to be asked to provide flowers for this event.

Our brief: Colourful and tall. We decided on tall martini style vases filled with seasonal flowers in blue/purple.   

A small evening dinner event held at the stylish Glasshouse Hotel in Edinburgh on behalf of L’oreal.

We were delighted to be asked to provide flowers for this event. Our brief was a tower of three goldfish bowls filled with a variety of fruit, flowers and grasses.

An event held at the Signet Library in Edinburgh. We were delighted to be asked by Roselle Events to provide flowers for this event.

We supplied table centres of blue thistle, purple eustoma, green hydrangea, mauve heather in a low arrangement sitting on a mirror with small tealights in glass.

Two pedestal arrangements were situated at the foot of the stairs to the upper library.

Melissa & Patrick chose the beautiful Lennoxlove House for their wedding ceremony and reception. 

Melissa held a hand tie of cala lilies and red roses with a touch of purple.

The ceremony was held in the House Chapel which was decorated throughout with ivy and lots of candles in glass and 2 pedestal arrangements either side of the altar.

The dinner reception was held in the Great Hall. A single long table decorated with tall vases of natural willow with dark red and white lights attached. Through the arrangement were flowers in red, purple and a touch of off white, colours with lush greenery.

An event at the world renowned Balmoral Hotel on behalf of Ernst & Young LLP.

Description: Various table centre arrangements and 2 pedestals using seasonal flowers and greenery.

Louisa and Tony chose the versatile and stylish Edinburgh Corn Exchange for their wedding ceremony and reception.

Louisa held a hand tie of mango cala lilies with green hypericum and orange ranunculus. Louisa’s bridesmaids held hand ties of mango cala lilies. The 2 junior bridesmaids held smaller versions of the bridesmaids flowers.

Both the wedding ceremony and reception were held in the Baron Suite which was decorated with tall moss-covered vases with arrangements of willow and mango cala lilies, green hypericum and orange greenery to create a slim tree like effect. The look was finished with little pots of flowers and lots of tea lights and candles in glass.