Fantail - Florist & Cut Flower Wedding Designer - your multi-award winning florist in Sheffield covering all of Yorkshire
WINNERS for BEST YORKSHIRE FLORIST - in the English Wedding Awards 2020
Fantail is a multi-award winning wedding florist in Yorkshire with a cut garden offering a flower delivery service in Sheffield.
We are specialists in designing wedding flowers and at this stage we are concentrating on our couples, therefore we are NOT fulfilling flower / Christmas deliveries.
We are only doing wreath workshops this year, not bespoke orders, BOOK ONTO OUR WREATH WORKSHOPS
Fantail love and are recommended specialist florists for these exceptional wedding venues including
Hooton Pagnell Hall :: Wortley Hall :: Wood Lane Countryside Centre :: Kelham Island Museum :: Whirlowbrook Hall
We also create wedding flowers for brides and grooms at venues like
Hodsock Priory :: Kenwood Hall :: Bawtry Hall :: Whirlowbrook Farm :: Traflagar Warehouse :: Clumber Park Hotel :: Loose Hill Hotel & Spa :: Rossington Hall :: Thornbridge Hall :: Chatsworth Hall :: Whitley Hall :: Wentworth Woodhouse
Multi Award-Winning Florist & Cut Garden Flowers
Fantail is a multi award-winning designer florist delivering exquisite wedding flowers throughout Yorkshire, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. We create from a workshop and have a beautiful cut garden in the rural village of Holdworth where we grow flowers and foliage exclusively for our wedding designs, flower bouquet delivieries and funeral tributes.
"We are passionate, proud and love what we do."
We have the pleasure of working along side a wide range of venues being on top of their list of recommended suppliers as we have the ability to tailor our designs to compliment venues from the quirky to the lavish tailoring to every budget and style of bride or groom.
We love designing and creating flowers for weddings. It’s something we know a lot about and is something that is constantly changing and evolving. At Fantail, we aim to always set trends by taking inspiration from all corners of the world, creating wedding flowers that are as individual as our brides and grooms.
We arrange photoshoots which are regularly featured in top UK blogs such as ‘Brides Up North’, ‘Love My Dress’, ‘BRIDES’, ‘Whimsical Weddings’, ‘Boho Wedding Blog’ and ‘The English Wedding Blog’, to name a few, creating stunning portfolios and themes in conjunction with local photographers, wedding dress suppliers and venues.
We have had the privilege to supply flowers for renowned businesses and bodies such as World Snooker and to be featured on the popular Channel 4 TV show ‘Grand Designs’. We supply flowers to all budgets from very high-end clients to the smallest posy, and are specified suppliers to a selection of wedding venues including Sheffield’s own Kelham Island Museum.
We took the decision to buy a fully plug-in electric van for us to make our deliveries and collections. We want to lead the florist industry in this field and although this has been a challenge at times, we had to become experts at planning jourys and occasionally incorporating charging stops to our routes, we recognise the damage that petrol and diesel emissions are having to our environment both on a local and global level and are determined to play our part in combatting those emissions.
To continue the environmentally friendly drive, all the bags and wrapping we hand to customers are made of paper and we now supply all flower bouquet deliveries out of water, unless an aqua pack is specifically ordered separately.
There is a massive surge of responsibility as florists to go back to ‘FOAM FREE’ arrangements. This is should be the top of all florists mind when creating foam arrangements. The foam itself is not completely bio-degradable leaving up to a 1/3 still in landfill, not to mention the certain chemicals within the foam. There is a lot of pressure in this industry to cut back, but as one of the leading florists of South Yorkshire we do create foam free arrangements already and ones that we would usually use foam we try to raise to the challenge and think how can we re-create this without foam.
We may be a little flower business but we have big ideas in trying to make and help the industry more environmentally aware and sustainable.