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|Posted on July 26, 2014 at 6:44 AM||comments (4)|
|Posted on October 5, 2013 at 5:22 AM||comments (0)|
MOSS BLOSS EXHIBITING AT THE HOLIDAY INN MAIDSTONE-SEVENOAKS WEDDING FAIR : SUNDAY 13th October 10.30am - 3.30pm
Come and see us at the Holiday Inn Maidstone-Sevenoaks (Wrotham) Wedding Fair on Sunday 13 October. We would be very pleased to see you, to have a chat and mull over some ideas for your special day! Take this opportunity to have a look at some designs, themes, or book a free consultation!
For further information, please see www.inspiredweddingsandevents.co.uk/wedding-fairs/wrotham
|Posted on July 30, 2013 at 7:27 AM||comments (0)|
Moss Bloss were very proud to have been part of this most special day!
|Posted on April 22, 2013 at 6:11 AM||comments (0)|
HOORAY! Summer weddings are on the move and Moss Bloss are busy with creative designs for all those lovely brides and their bridal wishes! Deigning is a really fun part of the floristry process! From there stems (sorry, pardon the pun!) all the ideas, beautful bouquet, corsage, buttonhole and table decoration ideas, colour scheme, texxture and seasonality!
|Posted on November 16, 2012 at 6:05 AM||comments (0)|
It's very easy to think that by tightening the purse strings we cant get creative displays that pull on the heartstrings! Recently I used end of season hydrangeas from the garden with some ivory Scallions (small spray chrysanthemums), which trust me - lasted AGES!!!. I mixed these with some fruiting ivy and gypsophila and centred everything around an ivory pillar candle. The hydrangeas had started shedding some of the fuller petals, however the partially exposed seed heads added depth and texture to the arrangement. You don not have to get all your flowers and foliage from commercial outlets! If you can, forage around (literally) and you'll be amazed at what you can find. An obliging wedding florist (talk about a hint!) will always be happy to accommodate your chosen (and picked) blooms!
On a practical note - using blooms from your own or others; gardens (most people I know I very happy to let loose with secateurs in a good cause!!) will keep costs down! On a purely creative note however - this could be part of a bride's "something borrowed" for her bridal flowers and wedding arrangement, but even if the flowers and foliage are used for a different event, (sympathy, event, christeneing - whatever you choose) - it will add to that very special personal touch!!