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    Wedding Cake Trends

    I love cake…I love flowers… when you combine the two… it makes me so very happy! Cutting of a cake at a wedding can seem like an odd thing to do, steeped in tradition it is seen as the first thing you do together as a couple. So, let’s take a look at wedding cake trends in 2024 It is traditional for brides to hold the knife for cutting with their groom’s hand placed over the top, and for them to cut the lowest tier of the cake together to symbolise longevity to their marriage. And… more awkwardly it can be an indicator to some of your older guests that…

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    Frensham Hall Wedding Fair

    I am delighted to be exhibiting at Frensham Hall Wedding Fair on Sunday 18th February. Frensham Hall is a spectacular manor house in the heart of the countryside; a truly luxurious wedding venue. Browse through 3 elegant reception rooms, where you’ll find around 30 local suppliers keen to help with your wedding planning. The wedding team is also on hand to show you what this very special venue has to offer. The views over Surrey are sublime and each room has a distinctive style and elegance. Do come along and say hello. Tickets are free plus, each couple receives a goody bag with free local wedding magazines. This fair is…

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    Flower Trends for 2024

    I have written blogs in the past about flower trends so as we look ahead to 2024 it’s time to name a colour. So, the Pantone Colour of the Year for 2024- is……………. Peach Fuzz and according to Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of Pantone Color Institute, well as flower trends go we can see why. “Peach Fuzz is a soft, orange-pink colour that “captures our desire to nurture ourselves and others,” Which when we think about flowers will be a fabulous shade to pop alongside a cream or ivory…. Just delicious if you ask me… Eucalyptus and peach really compliment each other, possibly also with some sage greens too as…

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    Weddings in 2021

    Well, how on earth is it December? When restrictions on wedding numbers lifted in late June- the thought of reaching December still standing and coherent (as best as I can be) seemed rather daunting. And yet here I am- a record 64 weddings later looking back on the year.