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Wedding Flowers Buttonhole Etiquette

Beloved flower Lover, Wedding etiquette states that the groom, best man, ushers and fathers of the bride and groom should wear buttonholes, together with other important members of the wedding party such as grandparents and paige boys. The flower should be … Continue reading

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Wedding Flowers Ideas for the Ceremony

Beloved Flower lover, Now lets just imagine, what flowers might you like? we do not do the should because we go with what inspires you, so lets just imagine, what would delight and inspire you. That might mean grand pedestals, … Continue reading

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Flowers at Kate Moss’s wedding

Beloved Flower Lover, We love Kate’s  exquiste look, vintage look .We adore it. What a delightful wedding and yes congratulations Mr and Mrs Hince. Delightful and Inspiring! The Team The London Flower Lover

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Flowers remind us that we are in the age of abundant love

Beloved Flower Lover, Having love in your life is normal. It’s a state of mind. It’s what we do naturally. Naturally we are designed for it. All we are really asked to do is to make room for it about … Continue reading

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Things fall apart; never get the work done- its just rubbish. Oops- what next

Beloved Flower Lover Thank you for being our client. We really do get the best clients. They are so sweet so we are sad when a member of the team does not finish a floral design to our loving standards. It’s … Continue reading

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