Event held in ‘The Gateway ‘at The Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh.

Bride & Groom: Sarah Richardson & David Eynon.

Venue: The Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh – Great Hall.

Bride’s Flowers: Sarah held a loose natural hand tie of purple hydrangea, white and purple eustoma, cream spray roses, stephanotis & ivy and dark greenery.

Table Centres: Tall flute vase with a lush arrangement of purple hydrangea, cream spray roses, purple & white eustoma, purple aster, avalanche roses with trailing ivy, salal & ruscus.

I just wanted to say thank you for making our wedding so special. The bouquet, corsages and table flowers were stunning. Many people commented on how elegant the table arrangements were and how the colours worked so well together. The organisation of the distribution of the flowers on the day was so smooth and effortless. Thank you to everyone that was involved.  

Sarah & David

Bride & Groom: Sarah & Billy

Venue: The Caledonian Hilton Hotel, Princes Street, Edinburgh

Bride’s Flowers: Sarah held a hand tie of vendella and amnesia roses.

Table Centres: Tall silver candlestand with a sphere of amnesia & vendella roses, cream flowers and greenery.

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Bride & Groom: Bianca Wood & John Manson

Venue: The Hibernian Football Club, Forth View Suite

Table Centres: Tall martini vases filled with purple coloured water and with large floating candles. The vases were decorated with garlands of purple and off white and clear crystals and a few dendrobium orchids.

Bride & Groom: Lisa Pandolfi & Jamie Davidson

Venue: John Hope Gateway at The Royal Botanic Gardens

Bride’s Flowers: Lisa held a compact hand tie of ‘sarah bernhardt’ peonies and white peonies.

Table Centres: Tall flute vase topped with lush arrangement of seasonal peonies, roses, hydrangea and with white willow. Cymbidium orchids were suspended inside the vases.

Bride & Groom: Heather Caskie & Kenny Stevenson

Venue: Melville Castle

Bride’s Flowers: Heather held a compact hand tie of off white roses. Heather’s four bridesmaids also held similar a similar version.

Table Arrangements: Tall flute vase topped with a loose arrangement of shades of white roses. 


Corporate Dinner held in the Queen Anne Suite at Edinburgh Castle.

Corporate Event held in the Caledonian Hall at Royal Botanic Gardens

Bride & Groom: Joanna Stocks & Garfield Kiff.

Venue: Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh.

Bride’s Flowers: Joanna held a hand tie of all cream calla lilies (left on length) and bound in dress material. The flowergirl held a baby version of the brides hand tie.

Ceremony: held in the Great Hall at the Royal College of Physicians. The room was decorated with the table centres sitting on ivory plinths positioned in between the pillars on either side. The shelving around the room had lots of hurricane lamps and tealights with candles.

Table Centres: Tall flute vases topped with a beautiful large domed arrangement of open cream roses, stock, cala lilies and greenery.

Bride & Groom: Sarah Armstrong & Michael Taylor.

Venue: Edinburgh Marriott Hotel, Pentland Suite.

Bride’s Flowers: Sarah carried a trail of off white calla lilies with a touch of purple eustoma, white spray roses and and grasses.

Ceremony: held in the Pentland Suite. Aisle was created using the table centres sitting on decorated clear plinths with a scattering of off white rose petals.

Table Centres: Guest tables were decorated with tall martini style vases topped with a sphere of blue thistle, mauve heather and purple eustoma, all sitting on a bed of pearl gel – surrounded by little pots of flowers and tea lights. Top Table: baby martini vases with lots of little pots of flowers and tea lights. 

Just a quick note to say thank you for everything.
All of our flowers were gorgeous and the room really looked beautiful. We couldnt have done it without you and your great ideas. All of our guests commented on the centre pieces and our bouquets. Everything was taken care of so efficiently and not once did I have any doubts about anything you were doing.
 Thanks once again.

Sarah and Michael Taylor