At a small, country wedding, enormous floral displays can look a little out of place. To give your reception venue a classically English vibe, arrange locally-sourced, seasonal blooms in sweet patterned jugs. As well as looking pretty, the scent of freshly cut roses will make your reception meal even more enjoyable! Caroline Ede is passionate about using English flowers, and using the produce of several local, organic growers she can supply you with the flowers needed to transform your venue into a truly British affair.
Visit www.carolineede.co.uk for more information
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