Foam Free Friday

Foam free elevated table centre The classic tall ball of flowers is a very popular design at weddings, and for good reason – it’s beautiful and bursting full of flowers! An elevated floral design really adds impact to the room as it allows you to see the table flowers as soon as you enter. This View article

Foam Free Friday

Ceremony arrangement Hello everyone! Foam Free Friday is here again! Today’s foam free arrangement is an easy way of making a really pretty, natural garden style ceremony table decoration. Start with a container which is relatively long but short in height, the wooden troughs I used are 35cm long and 10cm wide. These can either View article

Foam Free Friday

Mantelpiece arrangement Welcome back to Foam Free Friday, I really appreciate people returning to read more of my journey to become more environmentally friendly. It’s all about small steps which will hopefully all add up to be one massive change in the right direction. Today’s ‘how to’ is a foam free mantelpiece arrangement I made View article

Foam Free Friday

Autumnal archway Welcome back to Foam Free Friday! Today’s post is about how to create a foam free autumn archway but of course this method applies to all seasons. This arch was made recently at the beautiful venue of Chafford Park which is nestled in the Kent countryside. Here I am looking pretty pleased with View article

Foam Free Friday

Wild flowers in a wooden crate Welcome to my first ‘Foam Free Friday’ blog post! I have decided to launch a series of blog posts based around working foam free as it is something that is very much on a lot of florists minds at the moment. When it comes to floristry, we are of View article

Going Green – Part One

Exploring greener ways of working in floristry I’ve been a florist for a long time, and really it has only recently entered my awareness just how much of a footprint our industry makes. I’ve long been pretty upset about the amount of plastic and cellophane used in the floral industry, flowers get delivered to shops View article