Introduction

Eco-Florist & Specialist Flower Grower

Nestled in 10 acres of glorious Nottinghamshire countryside, Daisy Works is an eco-florist & specialist flower grower. Growing most of the flowers used in their floristry on our very own flower farm, signature style nature-inspired, evocative, seasonal blooms.

We work to your brief based on aesthetics – colour and style, we are very nature-inspired and our work is natural, relaxed, informal, often giving the feeling that it’s either just grown there naturally, or been gathered together from the meadows around. We create wedding flowers that are of the moment – seasonal, and as every year is different, completely unique to your wedding day – these are the flowers that have come out to celebrate your union. Of course we don’t leave it to pot luck, and grow specifically for your wedding, and successionally, so that we have a constant source of gorgeous flowers. We grow under-cover as well as in the field, so that we have weather-shielded flowers and we are member of a British flower growers cooperative Flowers from the Farm, so that we can access other British-grown flowers if needed.

We don’t have minimum spends as intimate weddings and elopements are just as lovely to be part of as larger ceremonies. We are all about the stories behind people’s lives and how we can bring natural florals to them as part of your union celebrations. In fact Daisy Works takes it’s name from my own story – my little brother Timothy died from a muscle wasting genetic disorder, and when he lost the ability to walk, collapsing in a heap, he would say he had tripped over a daisy. The Daisy now Works for others like him as we fund-raise for the National charity Muscular Dystrophy UK.

If you love beautiful, nature-inspired flowers and want to keep your wedding as eco-friendly as possible, then we might just be the florist to create your bespoke wedding florals.


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