My Story

My life with Flowers

Rosie has built up a first class reputation within the floral industry over a period of 40 years, in particular her work with bespoke weddings. This includes representing the UK in International floral competitions, gaining her American Institute of Floral Designers qualification and also taking part in many Chelsea Flower Shows and accolades which have been awarded over the past years. Rosie has worked in Paris, USA ,Germany and many other countries .

In 2011 Rosie was co- host and organiser of the World Flower Council Summit held in London, organising a floral team to produce exclusive designs for this event , 24 countries attended this prestigious event.

In 2014 Rosie was commisioned by Leicester Cathedral to design and put a team together for all the floral work for the Reinterment of Richard III.Resulting from this wonderful historical event Rosie has written and produced a book, which is about behind the floral scenes - Flowers for a King

Rosie is Honarary Member of The British Florists Association and Honorary Member of City and Guilds

Why?

Quality, reliable and professional

Please read the testimonials below

Thank you Rosie, another great workshop session September 2017

Thank you for our stunning wedding flowers July 2017

...........sensational flowers

May 2016

..............they were stunning

May 2016

'thank you so much for the wonderful flowers, they really exceeded all our expectations. You and your team worked so hard to make the venue look spectacular.' March 2016

Flowers for a King - The Book is available from Rosie, direct, it is not available in bookshops

This is a behind the scenes account and also includes floral designs for the occasion

Please contact Rosie if you wish to purchase a book via her e-mail address [email protected]

An Idea is Born

How do you start to put together ideas for flowers for a King. Well the 'Woodland' Theme was chosen, as this is all that would have been about during King Richard III reign.

The coffin flowers to your left in the picture, two of these had to be made, for use on different days.