Saturday, 2 March 2013

Ivory Flowers


Bristol based florist, Ivory Flowers, are the creators behind these beautiful floral designs.


Owner Xanthe Ivory studied floristry at the respected Bicton College in Devon and has been a professional florist for 5 years. Her passion for flowers and organic design dates from a childhood spent in the countryside. 


Ivory Flowers source locally grown flowers whenever possible. They offer local deliveries within Bristol City Centre and surrounding areas, but you can find them most often at Bristol’s own Tobacco Factory in the Cafe/Bar entrance on Raleigh Road, Southville – they’re the only florist in the Southville area with premises open 7 days a week


Ivory Flowers strive to make your wedding completely unique to you, with their fully bespoke flower displays and bouquets - no two weddings are ever the same. Their seasonal bouquets can range from full and wild, to tight posies, and everything in between.  All of their boutonni√®res, corsages and headdresses are truly individual and styled to suit each bridal party perfectly. “Working with brides to create beautiful bouquets and arrangements is absolutely one of my favourite parts of my job." -Xanthe Ivory


This year is going to be all about the scented country vintage garden style – think sweet peas, green iris, lily of the valley and dahlias. Hair flowers are going to be big in 2013 too; lots of brides have booked to have them already and we’re only in February! In fact, flower accessories of all kinds will be big – think flowers on shoes and bags, to name but a few.


Pop down to the Tobacco Factory, call Ivory Flowers direct on 07971 165 021 or email ivoryflowersuk@gmail.com - you can even find them on Facebook. No budget is too big or small for Ivory Flowers – Xanthe will make your wedding flowers work for you! Her expert advice is the perfect way to get the ideas flowing and discover new inspiration, but don’t forget to come and see these gorgeous flowers at our next Fair on March 10th - see you there!

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