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Articles with the tag 'weddings'

The War of the Wedding Roses…. Not quite, my darling.

31/01/2014

So this week my Beloved’s darling Grandad, John, sent a cutting (not Geranium, paper) of an article on Marks & Spencer providing wedding flowers… I don’t mind admitting my heart sunk a microscopic bit when I read the headline. This soon subsided and brought about what Sam describes as my Italian House wife attitude. Arms...
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Belvoir, Brides and Brrrrrr!

22/01/2013

These little flower spanners have been tinkering all over this week. We had the wonderful pleasure of supplying and delivering flowers for  the 14 guest bedrooms at Belvoir Castle on Wednesday. My, oh, my what a majestic place…. Perfect for a wedding! The views of Leicestershire, Lincolnshire & Nottinghamshire… all from one spot! Each room...
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Crikey Christmas was crackers!

08/01/2013

A very happy New Year to all! And my, my! How wonderful (exhausting) Christmas was with us in the Vale of Belvoir! Our Wreath Making Class in early December was a huge success. 16 budding floral fiddlers turned out to create beautiful bespoke wreaths and table decorations of their very own, hand crafted loveliness for...
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Weddings in the rain…tie a stronger knot!

09/07/2012

There’s just no point continually harping on about the bad weather. Yes it is totally rubbish and we all prefer the sunshine, but the show must go on! And as this weeks beautiful Bride pointed out, ‘It tipped it down, and we had to dash to the car from the church, but actually it was very funny...
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A Very Scottish Affair….

25/06/2012

With the back drop setting of Belvoir Castle and the turbulent weather rolling over the Vale hills, anyone could be mistaken for thinking that Wendy & Ian were actually getting married in Scotland! And a little look closer you’d of been convinced they really were, with the sea of gorgeous tartan, the Groom in his kilt...
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Lovely Stuff from Lincolnshire….

29/05/2012

So I think we’re all in the mood for the Jubilee and the Olympics, feeling proud to be British. And I had that moment this morning when unpacking the stock fresh from the market. It was a total joy to behold, such heady scented Stocks, dainty Sweet Williams and Luscious Lily. Grown on home turf....
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