Creative Hearts is a toddler! Two years old today!
This business allows me to express my creativity, meet new people, pay some bills (sometimes!) and still be there to spend time with my children. It’s a massive part of my life and I’m so greatful to everyone that supports me, orders flowers, likes, shares and comments on posts and believes in me.
Looking forward to seeing what the next year will bring!
From my Creative Heart to yours…..Thank You!
A corsage made especially for a Wedding guest who was travelling a few hours the day before the event. All flowers and foliage’s were selection to last the journey and still look fresh and beautiful through out the next day. Spray Chrysanthemum known as Kermit, Dried Lavender, Eryngium mixed with dried wheat and foliage. Wire, buttons, pale lavender and hessian ribbons, paper covered wire and a pale pink pin for the finishing details. it used to be very popular for wedding guests to wear buttonholes and corsages to wedding. Lets bring that back! More fresh flowers all round?
Sally x x
Back into flowers…..The first 4am alarm of the year wasn’t fun, and crikey is the studio cold!! But being back working (playing!!!) with flowers is where I should be!! So today I’ve been making up some rustic handtied bouquets with Roses, Anastasia Blooms, Tulips, Thelspie, Crespedia, Veronica and all sorts of lovely foliages. Some lovely bright colour’s to warn off those January Blues!! And Tulips just remind me that Spring is on it’s way!!
What’s your favourite sign that Spring is coming?
A little something I’ve been doing since before Christmas that have been proving popular are these Lucky Dip Bouquets! Fresh from the flower market bouquets for £5, £7, £10 or £15. I try to make sure that each one has a good mix of lovely textures in and these are perfect as a little pick me up gift for yourself or a friend. Flowers don’t have to be expensive from a Florist. I’m focused on long lasting seasonal flowers that will brighten anyone’s day! There is even the option to have them arranged in your vas e if they are for home at no extra charge!
How often do ou have flowers in your home?
Hello and Happy New Year!
Blogging in 2015 didn’t quiet go to plan. <Insert excuses here> But I’m here anew and full of good intentions to show you all the lovely flowery plans I have for 2016. But first a quick photo round up of some 2015 Wedding Season highlights! Enjoy! Sally x x