POSTED August 27, 2015 12:06 pm IN: Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart
Our Rosh Hashanah Bouquet is the perfect way to send your wishes this Jewish New Year and features a luxurious mix of Japanese anemones, hydrangea, asclepias, quicksand roses, hypericum berries and snowberries in a mixture of fresh white and golden tones. As a little gift from us, we’re also including a pot of honey with the first 100 Rosh Hashanah Bouquets ordered for delivery between 10th-13th September, so click here to order now or pop into one of our stores.
Until 7th September, you can also get 20% OFF when you order our Rosh Hashanah Bouquet online by entering promotional code RH2015 at checkout.
Orchids symbolize the promise of new beginnings and a prosperous future, making our White Double Stemmed Phalaenopsis Orchid another great Rosh Hashanah gift. See which other gifts to send this Rosh Hashanah here.
POSTED August 20, 2015 12:41 pm IN: Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart Weddings
Everything you need for a classic and stylish wedding, and some beautiful flowers!
POSTED August 19, 2015 5:53 pm IN: Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart
In celebration of 140 years of iconic prints and cutting-edge designs changing the face of British fashion, from this October the Fashion and Textile Museum will be opening their doors to Liberty in Fashion. The exhibition, takes a look at the change of the famous patterned prints and fabrics over the 19th century along with a number of tours and talks including an evening with Managing Director himself, Ed Burstell.
Say hello to the Mayflower, the new Liberty print designed to celebrate the store’s 140th birthday. Or why not take your Liberty obsession to the next level with our Liberty bouquet, featuring an assortment of sumptuous and opulent blooms inspired by the brand’s signature purple colour and quirky style.
POSTED August 18, 2015 4:50 pm IN: Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart
POSTED August 12, 2015 2:22 pm IN: Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart
Deep, rich tones created an intimate feel for this private candlelit dinner at the Edition Hotel.
We fell in love with the hopelessly romantic colour scheme of soft pinks and delicate purples at this dreamy summer wedding in Regent’s Park. Pink and white peonies, sweet peas, white hydrangea and purple clematis made up the sumptuous table centres and were accompanied by gold and crystal accents from surrounding tea lights and candelabras. The top table featured a tall birch tree decorated with glass orbs and tea lights growing out of a bed of gorgeous summer flowers … a true mid-summer night’s dream.
We worked with Snapdragon London (www.snapdragonparties.com) to bring this wedding to life, and photographs below are courtesy of Chris Morgan Photography.
POSTED August 7, 2015 11:24 am IN: Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart
Can’t decide on a bouquet? With our new Florist’s Choice Bouquet, all you have to do is select a size, delivery date and add personal message and you can leave rest up to our talented florists who will take their pick from the freshest seasonal flowers available to create a truly stunning bespoke arrangement for any occasion. Here are just a few of our favourite bouquets our florists have sent out so far:
Order your Florist’s Choice Bouquet here now!
POSTED August 6, 2015 1:34 pm IN: Wedding Blog
Finding alternative ways of incorporating floral decorations into your wedding is sure to turn heads on your big day. As a weddings and events florist, we are often asked how brides can make their wedding flowers more unique and personal, so make your day stand out with some of our less ordinary ideas:
1 Using floral décor around your ceremony and reception can really add a more personal touch to both your day and your venue. Weaving floral garlands through railings and banisters allows you to play with different heights and utilise the space you have to work with in an exciting and decorative way.
2 Getting hitched poolside? Floating candles, flowers and lanterns can add an intimate and romantic touch to a wedding by the water.
3 Add some aisle style to your ceremony with some beautifully placed pew ends or aisle runners. Using shades that tie in with your colour scheme will bring everything together and set the scene as you walk down the aisle.
4 Fresh flowers can be used to add a splash of colour to a white wedding cake, creating a chic feature that looks gorgeous in photos!
5 Many brides often feel obliged to stick to more traditional table centres. Table runners of cascading flowers are perfect for a big statement reception or even as a little extra something for the top table.
See Wedding Flowers: Top 5 Trends for 2015 for even more floral inspiration and ideas!