Bride & Groom: Gillian Christie & Scott Cairns

Venue: Royal Botanic Gardens

Bride’s Flowers: Gillian held a hand tie of garden roses in shades of cream, white & ivory.

Table Arrangements: tall, fat lily with stem of soft ruscus inside the vase and then topped with white blossom stems, natural willow and seasonal white flowers and greenery.

Bride & Groom: Lynne McCulloch & Sam Clare

Ceremony: Wardie Church

Venue: Prestonfield House, The Stables

Bride’s Flowers: Lynne held a natural loose hand tie of off white roses, purple eustoma, alchemilla mollis and blue thistle.

Table Arrangements: individual and natural arrangements of slate pieces adorned with different sized candles, little pots of flowers and ivy.

Just a note to thank you for doing our wedding flowers. The bouquets and buttonholes were all lovely and the church looked great, but the tables were absolutely stunning! It was just the look I wanted and it was set out so beautifully  – it took my breath away when we walked into the Stables.

Thank you.

Mr & Mrs Clare.

Bride & Groom: Valerie Haggerty & Mark Cowan

Venue: Edinburgh Corn Exchange. Ceremony and Evening Reception held in The Bistro.

Flowers: The theme here was Purple and White with many of the various arrangements having hydrangea. The ceremony room was dressed with purple hydrangea pew ends, bay trees with added white hydrangea and small pots of purple and white flowers for the altar table.

Unfortunately we don’t have any images of the ceremony setup however if Valerie and Mark or any of their friends and family would like to send in images then we would be more than happy to post them alongside this blog.

Event: New Fellows Day and Dinner

Venue: The Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh

Table Flowers: Clear tank vases filled with seasonal flowers in pastel shades of cream, lilac, pink and lemon with greenery.


After 3 years and £47m refurbishments the National Museum of Scotland, Chambers Street opened it doors to the public on Friday 29th July.

A few months back we were thrilled to be invited by the events team at NMS to be included on their Service Suppliers List. We had our first experience last week of working with the teams at NMS whereby we provided the flowers for their pre-opening events held on 26th & 27th July in the Grand Gallery and also provided the table centre arrangements for a Gala Dinner for approx 600 invited guests again in the Grand Gallery on 28th July.

We are very proud to be a part of the NMS suppliers team and would like to thank fellow suppliers Finix and Heritage Portfolio for their ‘on the day’ support.

Please also visit our Facebook page ‘Florists Edinburgh – Roseparks‘ for further images in our Galleries.

Venue: National Museums Scotland – A pre-opening reception for invited guests of the Museum held over 2 nights on the 26th and 27th July.

Occasional table flowers provided by Roseparks.

Please visit our Facebook page ‘Florists Edinburgh – Roseparks‘ where a full gallery of images from the various re-launch events is provided.

We were delighted to be asked to provide some occasional table flowers and a pedestal arrangement for an event held in the Redcoat and Jacobite Rooms at Edinburgh Castle.

We were delighted to provide table flowers for an event held in the Queen Anne Rooms at Edinburgh Castle.

Our brief was for a modern design with white cala lilies and thistle.

Bride & Groom: Vicky McKinnon & Andrew Burton

Venue: Hopetoun House, South Queensferry

Bride’s Flowers: Vicky held a hand tie of off white cala lilies and grasses.

Table Arrangements: Tall flute vases topped with full arrangement os seasonal flowers (eustoma, hydrangea, stock, bovardia and baby gladioli) in purples and off whites.

Bride & Groom: Della Thompson & Blake Jesson.

Venue: The Jacobite Room at Edinburgh Castle

Table Arrangements: Long table with five tall silver candlestands with long taper candles. Long and low flower arrangements of roses, heather thistle, moss and greenery.