For your wedding, Tracey can create bouquets, buttonholes, boutonnieres, centrepieces, floral arches and much more. This brilliant florist uses sustainable, British-grown and locally sourced flowers where possible and often uses flowers from her garden at Barn Hatch in Lewes. When choosing the right flowers for each arrangement, Tracey often starts by selecting seasonal blooms, resulting in a bouquet or decoration that suits the time of year in which you're marrying.
Tracey specialises in creating bouquets with a more natural, asymmetric look. Trailing foliage, such as ivy, combines with beautiful blooms, such as roses and Chrysanthemum, to create an expressive, eye-catching arrangement. Tracey believes that a bride's bouquet should reflect her personality, so she'll spend much time getting to know you, your colour scheme and favourite flowers. Whether you'd like something simple or a little more elaborate, Tracey will tailor her natural, asymmetric style to your preferences.
Buttonholes and Boutonnieres
Whether you'd like a buttonhole (a single flower head) or a boutonniere (a group of small flower heads, foliage and herbs), Tracey will create a stunning design that perfectly suits your wedding.
Her boutonnieres often include herbs, chosen for both their look and meaning e.g. rosemary for luck. Not only do these herbs create an unusually beautiful design, but they also give your boutonniere significance beyond decoration.