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You have a wedding to plan. There’s a global pandemic. Does that mean the planning has to stop? Hell no! Whether you are searching for a bright, unique display or wild, seasonal blooms for your big day*, we have decided to help you out by picking our current favourite UK based florists.

 

*even if you haven’t quite set a date yet.

 


1. Blume Studio

London

For London based florist Elspeth, tonal displays and creative floristry is the name of the game. We are OBSESSED with her kitsch candy floss installations and autumnal bouquets.

Instagram @theblumestudio

 

2. Harriet Reilly

Northern Ireland

Wild and natural, Harriet Reilly Floral creates the most beautiful backdrops and romantic bouquets. Based in North Down, we particularly love her use of coral to match our Marine dresses.

Instagram @harrietreillyfloraldesign

3. Moss Floral Artistry

Manchester

Riotous colours and awesome displays is the name of the game for Moss Floral Artistry. If you want something truly unique then Hollie is your lady.

Instagram @mossfloralartistry

4. Design by Nature

London 

Based in London, Design by Nature specialise in sculptural, bespoke floral displays in soft tonal hues. We have spent many an hour poring over their beautiful instagram feed.

Instagram @designbynatureflowers

5. Avant Garden weddings

Derbyshire

Some of the most jaw dropping floral installations we have ever seen are thanks to Avant Garden Weddings, those ceiling and window sill arrangements are in-cred-ib-le.

Instagram @avant_garden_weddings

6. Grace and Thorn

London

One of our all time favourite London florists, Grace and Thorn lend a dreamy, wild aesthetic to their floral arrangements. We just can’t get enough of Holly’s East London wedding featuring our Marine dresses and their awesome floral designs.

Instagram @graceandthorn

7. Green House Floristry

Lake District

Wild and romantic yet edgy and modern. British flowers and seasonal blooms feature heavily for this Cumbrian based florist.

Instagram @greenhousefloristry

8. Amy Annand Flowers

Fife, Scotland

In keeping with her Scottish surroundings, Amy creates beautifully natural displays in the most gorgeous tonal palettes.

Instagram @amyannandflowers

We regularly get calls from our wonderful customers – sometimes in a small panic – as one of their bridesmaids has just announced their pregnancy or they are looking for a dress to fit their breastfeeding pal who has just given birth. Whilst babies are obvious fabulous news we understand that it can be tricky when trying to find that perfectly fitting bridesmaids dress. Fear not, this happens ALL OF THE TIME and the good news is that you can rock one of our dresses just as easily whether bump or sans bump. As (we like to think) experts in this field here are a few tips on finding the ideal style for you 

As bloody obvious as it sounds, when looking for a dress to fit your pregnant bridesmaid look for something loose fitting at the waist – a wrap style dress is a fantastic option as it can be tightened or loosened as much as necessary. Our Florence and Tokyo wrap dresses lend themselves excellently as maternity bridesmaids styles as they wrap to cover any bump perfectly. Depending on your due date and increased bust we would usually recommend ordering 1 -2 sizes up from your normal size.  Plus, a wrap dress is perfect for easy access breastfeeding, as is our Seville dress with its shoulder ties. 

Another style that works really well is empire line as the waist seam sits just under the bust and above the bump. Try our Mykonos dress for a modern take on the traditional empire line dress with cold shoulders sleeves and waist darts that allow for extra room below the bust.  

Also if you are worried about your bump raising the hem of your dress at the front, we can make any of our dresses in a longer length (there is an extra charge for this service) – that way you can have it altered to be slightly longer on the front when on the hanger, but perfectly even all the way round when worn over your bump.   

But don’t just take our word for it, we asked the ever stylish Founder of chic beachwear brand Pampelone, Holly Scarsella (www.pampelone.com) how she found wearing our Oyster Florence dress for her sisters big day when she was 8 months pregnant. 

 ‘Being a bridesmaid is such an honour, especially for your sister, but finding out that it will be two days before your due date at 9 months pregnant filled me with apprehension. I was so nervous about how I’d feel but that changed as soon as I tried on my Rewritten dress.  I felt a million dollars – the cut suited a 9 month pregnant woman perfectly.’  

Holly Scarsella, Founder of Pampelone Clothing  

If in doubt and there is more you want to know, just give us a call on+44 (0)20 8801 5053 – we are a pretty flexible bunch and would love to help as much as we can. 

Putting on a dress may sound like a fairly straightforward task, however, there can be a knack to getting our dresses looking as fabulous on you as they do on the hanger. Here are our top styling tips on how to get your dress sitting ‘oh so perfectly’ in time for the big day.

First thing’s first, although we steam our dresses and wrap them carefully in tissue paper, they may arrive with you looking a little rumpled. To get those creases out either iron your dress on a low temperature, steam with a handheld steamer or hang in a bathroom and let the hot steam from your shower do the hard work.

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