Wedding Flowers

thistle, fern & pheasant feather buttonhole

The Buttonhole

“Most men will wear a flower on the lapel of their jacket only a handful of times in their lifetime.  This is a shame.  Nothing adds panache to a man’s appearance like the confidence embodied in wearing a stylish boutonniere. A simple flower worn on the lapel of a jacket is a gesture full of …

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Urn flower arrangement civil ceremony Kilshane House

The Ceremony

Whether an intimate ceremony with just a few special people or a large gathering, the ceremony is the most important and meaningful part of the day. Flowers bring a sense of occasion to the venue and reflect your personal style. You may decide to go with classical, simple and elegant arrangements, or go for a …

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When we can we like to re-purpose flowers from the ceremony at the reception, which means you get the most out of your flowers and your budget.  Sometimes though, the reception venue calls for something different, whether it’s statement candelabra flowers or a themed and dressed table. We can look after all those little details …

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High Nelly Wedding Ballycotton

Setting The Scene

I have always seen dressing the venue as setting a stage. When you use flowers and props it sets a scene and creates an atmosphere for your guests, as well as creating some amazing photo backdrops. We have an ever-evolving selection of eclectic and vintage props – old suitcases, flower stands, pedestals, stepladders, bicycles, birdcages, …

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