Working in partnership, Carol of Bramble Flowers and Lucy of Little Norfolk Flower, offer a snapshop of unique quintessential English country garden flowers for you on your wedding day.
All flowers are grown by talented flower farmer Carol Page at her English country garden here in Congham, Norfolk and then styled by florist Lucy Grant of Little Norfolk Flower thus offering you a truly memorable and beautiful flowery backdrop for your special day. A wide variety of English country flowers and foliage cultivated during the English growing season from March to October are styled to meet your own bespoke requirements and individual budgets and include, amongst many others, beautiful and fragrant peonies, roses, daisies, lavender and delphiniums.
Whether a beautiful bouquet for the bride and bridesmaids, tiny flowers for the flower fairies, special boutonnières and corsages for the groom and bridal party or stunning arrangements, arches, garlands, chuppahs and flower bombs for the church, venue or marquee, Little Norfolk Flower uses local country flowers grown here in Norfolk by Bramble Flowers to make your wedding flowers truly memorable. Little Norfolk Flower will always work with you to ensure your own specific flowery wishes are fulfilled whether it’s a vintage, country, woodland, boho or even Bollywood vibe! Lucy is also a farmer’s wife in her spare time and will often include wheat, barley, linseed and even quinoa in her work to give a really rustic feel and of course the obligatory straw bale, old potato box or zinc milk churn is never far away!
Carol says, ‘We are both so passionate about our Norfolk flowers and our work together and will always go the extra mile for any of our clients to make sure everything is perfect for them on the day. We are actually a rather eccentric pair! I’m usually to be found in the garden in my trusted wellies and fleece either planting, digging, weeding or cutting and Lucy is a familiar site on the local lanes, usually with her Little Norfolk Flower pinny, walking her beloved Labradors while foraging for the perfect piece of bramble, hawthorn or blackthorn for the perfect table centrepiece’.
Carol and Lucy are also pleased to be able to now offer an original and fun hen night option for brides and their friends making stunning flowery creations of your choice. A really memorable and fun way to spend time with special friends and a unique opportunity for great photos!
Carol, who trained as a floriculturist, and Lucy, who trained and worked previously in London, are looking forward to meeting anyone with a shared interest in beautiful country garden flowers at the TMUWF.
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