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Celebrations: Introducing the Paper Flower Bloom Brolly


BloomBrolly5-logoWe undertake a lot of bespoke decoration and styling projects for clients.  From visual merchandising displays to film sets..  and a lot of them I cannot blog about, simply due to client secrecy.  But we have been working hard behind the scenes finding ways of adding a bespoke element to our paper decoration collection that we could share!

So first up is our collection of simple DIY Paper Blooms – Paper Flowers which are hand cut in house ready for  you to frou frou for your own celebration.  To showcase them we created our PAPER BLOOM BROLLY, filled with over 100 paper blooms.  We first did a version of this for the 2009 Arundel Festival parade (winning first prize no less) but our latest version has a LOT more flowers than the first incarnation.. and is a little more refined.

The Edwardian style parasol umbrella’s are actually from our own (very wet) wedding.. and it took a full day of flower making and design to get a finish that I was confident would work at a real “do”

So on Saturday we took our Bloom Brolly for a spin at the wedding of Steph and Russell ..  which the talented award winning local photographer Lisa Devlin was shooting.  We think the Bloom Brolly added a lovely backdrop to the vintage pink wedding style adopted by the Bride… and of course Lisa’s shots are magnificent.  We have collaborated on a few things and I am thrilled that she is working with me on a new project (hush hush for now but watch this space).

We also made a matching BLING BALLOON for the event … more later.

The first collection of Paper Flowers will be fully live over the next week or so, and our bloom brolly is a project which we take on a commission only basis, simply due to the time involved.  If you are being shot by Lisa at your wedding, we do work with her on prop selections by request.

Made us feel like Spring was (finally) in the air!


Wedding photography courtesy of Lisa Devlin Photography – all rights reserved.  Other photography J Pearce – all rights reserved.

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