Proud to be The Wedding Industry Awards National Florist of the Year 2020
The Wedding Industry Awards Yorkshire and North East Wedding Florist of the Year 2019
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Laura met Ryan when she was shown around the BBC while looking for a job. “Ryan's boss asked him to give me an overview of his role,” recalls Laura. “I thought I appeared interested – but I found out later that Ryan thought I was bored! I got the job and was seated next to him, but we barely spoke for a few months because he didn't really like me after our initial meeting!
Jenny and Peter- The couple tied the knot back in early September after meeting on a night out in Aberdeen. Jenny’s flat mate and Peter, who were both from Newcastle, had many mutual friends in common, giving Jenny an excuse to travel down to visit him a few weeks later. As the saying goes, “the rest was history.”
Danielle and Chris-A wedding with the wow factor” … that was Danielle’s dream for her big day, and choosing to celebrate at Northumberland’s super-luxe, French-inspired wedding venue Le Petit Chateau, gave her exactly that. The first time she visited the truly-unique hotel in Otterburn, she was so blown away that she cried, and knew there and then it was the only place to make her dreams come true.
Florismart's expert florist Katie-Jane Hermes said: "The style of the bouquet is a traditional wired design. Similar to her mother's style but without the ‘S’ shape. It is full of beautiful textures. This is certainly a skilled design to make.
When it comes to the wedding industry, this region is blessed to have so many creatives, who are innovative, push those bridal boundaries and excel at what they do best. Today we’re excited to share with you a gorgeous styled shoot, captured by Belle Art Photography, where fashion meets foliage.
With the bride being a professional florist, the flowers on her big day were bound to be beautiful, and Katie-Jane and Wesley's July wedding certainly didn't disappoint on the floral front. The couple combined a beautiful collection of colours, ranging from teal to gold, to ensure their wedding day was as special as their relationship.
Florismart Ambassadors and independent florists Katie-Jane Hermes and Lesley Rutter, who have experienced floristry in different eras, offer unique intel into bouquets held by the brides in royal weddings throughout history. Below, Katie-Jane has also recreated Meghan’s bouquet based on the predictions of the flowers she'll carry down the aisle on May 19th to wed Prince Harry.
Katie-Jane predicted that her bouquet will be mostly white and will include Peonies, Garden Roses, Lily of the Valley, Astrantia, Ranunculus and Sweet Peas. She also said that there will be a touch of Myrtle as all past royal bouquets have had. The Myrtle is cut from the same plant used for Queen Victoria’s Bouquet. Furthermore, Katie-Jane thinks that the bouquet will be round-shaped and ensure it’s large and loose enough to show off all of the flowers.
An acclaimed North East florist, who has been recognised at industry-leading events including the Harrogate and RHS Chelsea Flower Show, is to impart her knowledge to the next-generation of floral artists after taking up a new role with Sunderland College.
Katie-Jane Pridmore is a name we’ve come to know quite well at eFlorist. A talented, up and coming young florist we are delighted to announce Katie recently received another award, winning a first at the Harrogate Flower Show in April.
Katie-Jane Pridmore made this very elegant design, it contained lots of strings of pearls and intricate wire work. The central garland of flowers contained phalaenopsis orchids, cymbidium orchids, carnations and gypsophila. Katie-Jane received a Silver Grenfell medal for her piece.
Katie-Jane Pridmore visited Sunderland Floral Art Club’s January meeting at The Royalty Theatre with her demonstration If You Go Down To The Wood Today. Sunderland Floral Art Club is the oldest floral art club in the city and will be celebrating its emerald anniversary shortly
This evening of presentation was originally part of The Society of Floristry's special recognition dinner, acknowledging those florists (each year) who had attained their Level 4 and 5 qualifications, their knowledge of their subject and their technical ability.