A blousy bouquet full of blush and ivory tones for a couple whose September wedding took place in Loseley Park. Roses which include avalanche, white ohara, quicksand and bombastic spray all feature in the piece alongside white stocks and hydrangea.
Known for a natural floristry style rich in woody texture, Charlie and Jess at One Flew Over created this foliage-heavy bouquet for Alexandra in January 2016. The spirited mix of blooms included hellebores, ranunculus, astrantia and eucalyptus.
Gorgeous, naturalistic blooms created for newlyweds Hen and John by wonderful Notting Hill based florist Rowan Blossom. The bouquet included honeysuckle, hellebores, sweet peas and jasmine amongst others!
A recent commission of forty personalised bookmarks. The addition of gilded tassels at the top of each, as requested by the client, add a further touch of bespoke.
A collaboration between Alexandra and the glorious florist - Rowan Blossom. The arrangement contained asclepias, poppies, peonies, rosemary and eucalyptus - a combination typical of the wild and romantic style which Rowan is known for.
A collaboration between Alexandra and the wonderful Daisy Allsup of Flowers by Daisy. The arrangement contained a mixture of ranunculas, hellebores, tulips and chamomile - a seasonal combination or jewel-like Autumnal tones.
A bouquet brimming with the prettiest pink peonies, rosemary, eucalyptus and feathery astilbe created for a couple married at the Assembly Rooms in the historic city of Bath, UK.
This edition of 28 mini prints was commissioned by Dolce & Gabbana for internal clients - the elements depicted represent the top, heart and base notes of a newly launched Mediterranean inspired fragrance.
This piece was commissioned as a result of the couple's bouquet being confiscated at the airport en route to honeymoon! The unapologetically feminine bouquet included Akito, Heaven and Luciano roses alongside ivory hydrangea and gypsophila.
A radiant floral combination to match Sara and Justin's sunny dispositions! With a spirited mix of sunflowers, solidago, craspedia and Queen Anne's lace this bouquet perfectly matched the pleasant Devon setting where the celebrations took place.
This loose, informal floral creation included dark hued peonies, red roses, succulents, purple clematis and alchemilla mollis.
Verdant tones of ivy, rosemary and eucalylptus complement white roses and parrot tulips, which looked as if their petals had been brushed with paint! A piece for dear friends who were married at a beautiful Surrey church in March 2017.
The first print Alexandra ever put together in August 2015 for friends whose marriage took place at Priston Mill, in the romantic Cotswold countryside. The bridal bouquet contained ivy, ruscus, wax flowers, gypsophila and fragrant freesias - a buoyant mix!
Alexandra created this print for Megan Riera as a thank you for designing the Flowers & Foliage logo. Megan favours a naturalistic style with minimal use of colour so anemones, olive, sage and wax flowers were all incorporated into the minimal piece!
Full of snow white blooms, this creation for Nicola and James exuded elegance through portrayal of peonies and roses - a marriage made in heaven!
This naturalistic bouquet for a March wedding incorporated white seasonal meadow flowers such as narcissi, larkspur, ammi, nigella and veronica. Blue muscari and eryngium thistles provide oh so delicate hints of colour throughout!