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We spend 10 minutes chatting with Jessica at Bramble and Twine to find out more about her lovely, creative floristry business:

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  • So Jessica, how would you sum up Bramble and Twine?

Bramble and Twine is a florist specialising in Weddings using seasonal, British grown flowers wherever possible, creating romantic florals overflowing with countryside blooms. I make everything from Buttonholes and Bouquets to Archways and Table Arrangements.

  • What kind of service do you offer?

I offer a very personal service to all my couples. There is no ‘one size fits all’ as everyone’s vision is different for their special day. I enjoy meeting my clients face to face for a free consultation to discuss their style and colour scheme and come up with beautiful florals which will reflect their vision.

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  • What do you feel makes you stand out?

When working on any wedding, I like to draw my inspiration from the seasons going on around me. Using locally grown foliage alongside beautiful blooms helps to create a natural look to my creations and adds lovely unique details. My style is not traditional, but a bit more relaxed and informal to suit the modern Bride.

Image by Amanda Karen Photography

  • Describe a typical day for you when you’re busy working

The few days running up to a Wedding involves early starts, a trip to the flower market to collect the pre-ordered blooms, conditioning the flowers carefully to ensure they are at the right stage for the wedding day. Listening to the radio (and singing along too), creating the beautiful creations for the wedding. Depending on how much work there is, I will start at 7-8am and finish at 5-9pm.

On the morning of the wedding all the arrangements will have their final checks, the bouquets and buttonholes will be finished and safely packed up in tissue paper to be delivered to the Bride, Groom and Venue.

The delivery and set up at the venue is my favourite bit, as you can see the couples plans all coming together. Its very exciting to be part of this special moment before the day’s events unfold.

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  • How do people get in touch with you?

I work from a workshop, so an initial phone call or email is the best way to get the ball rolling. Then I will normally suggest meeting up for a consultation. This is a really important part of the planning, where we discuss all your ideas, colour schemes and favourite flowers.  This enables me to create a bespoke service for every one of my clients.

 

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