Here’s another supplier I’d seen popping up a lot at weddings around Worcestershire! They’ve done a number of installations at venues in the area including some amazing arrangements at Elmbridge Farm and, knowing our paths would cross once I became their coordinator, I knew I wanted to meet them and talk all things flowers. While out for dinner one night in Worcester, I stumbled across their shop (the windows beautifully dressed ready for Autumn!), and next morning I had a coffee date in the diary with Lydia.
A week later I came back into town and into the Floral Roundabout where I was greeted with the most incredible smell of fresh flowers - it made me smile the second I walked in! Lydia suggested we grab a coffee at the nearby shop on the canal, where she was known to them as “the flower lady”, and where we chatted over our chais and lattes.
Lydia was a joy to talk to and I can tell would be a dream to work with on your wedding. She’s so friendly and warm, and always open to hearing your ideas and creating different floral styles - if you’re looking for a florist who can turn her hand to just about anything, then this may be the one for you! From romantic roses or pretty pampas to epic festival feels and crazy colour explosions, Lydia and her team have created some unbelievable bouquets in their time.
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And as well as that I’ve seen flower crowns, wreaths, statement pieces, centrepieces, buttonholes, and the prettiest of pew ends! They look after their couples from start to finish (often meeting for coffee just like they did with me!) and so many brides have said they’ve been wowed by their kindness, hard work and amazing vision.
They’ve been working their socks off these last few months catching up on weddings, as well as creating their brilliant gift bouquets and touching floral tributes too. Lydia was telling me all about her early starts, long drives, drop-offs and pick-ups, and all the moving of flowers that they have to do! But it is so, so worth it when they look as gorgeous as this.