A floral feast of films featuring our real life couples and shoots we have designed and asked to create for. Award-winning wedding florist, Sheffield based, Fantail Designer Florist.
 

AWARD-WINNING YORKSHIRE FLORIST AND WEDDING CUT GARDEN

A floral feast of films featuring our real life couples and shoots we have designed and asked to create for.

Award-winning wedding florist, Sheffield based, Fantail Designer Florist. To read more, head over to our blog Floral Stories Inspired by Nature.

Contemporary Blue & Pink at this luxury wedding venue in Worksop - Hodsock Priory

 As one of the leading florists in Sheffield, Fantail Designer Florist always aim to inspire our couples by being ahead on wedding trends – setting them rather than following them. As lock-down started we took the plunge to create our own floral cut garden and this is our second Spring growing British grown flowers and foliage. This wedding shoot with a focus on Spring Wedding Flowers particularly shows our love for varieties of Tulips that are just a little bit different from the norm and all the designs are completely foam-free. To read more on this Heavy Metal meets Contemporary Flower Sophistication head over to our blog. Beautiful film work by the amazing Nathan Buck Films

You Sexy Swine... Sheffield Wedding Flowers Home Grown and Cut.

Captured at Sheffield’s iconic music venue, The Lead Mill and celebrating the city’s famous indie scene, this styled wedding features local creatives, suppliers and details, synonymous with the steel city. For the first look Fantail Designer Florist designed a a wedding posy with a mahoosive wired-in succulent. It also incorporated seasonal and homegrown Helleborus and black Peony Tulips. Finished with dark grevillea foliage to give the posy it’s unique shape that perfectly complimented the tea dress designed and made by local fashion designer - KMR Bridal.  To read more head over our Wedding Flower Blog

Autumn Berries and Whimsical Flowers at Whirlowbrook Hall

Earthy browns, touches of wheat and a mixture of burnt ambers with rich burgandy was the starting point to Lauren’s earthy wedding bouquet. A naturally created bouquet with height coming from pampas and crocus heads , while the mixture of Dahlia and Teasel acted at focal points. A wedding buttonhole of Dried Fern, Eryngium Thistle, Berries and Waxflower bound together with twine and finished with a decorative pin sat proudly on Phil’s dark blue check suit from Tweed & Groom. All images supplied by Neil Senior Photography. Head over to our Blog - Floral Stories Inspired by Nature to read more and see these inspirational images.

Circus Theme - Floral Braces and Over The Top Headbands

This circus woodland wedding is full of stunning little touches! Props are key for bringing the circus vibes, and Wild Wedding Days smashed it with the decor! The gold and red colour scheme creates a luxury feel which gorgeously contrasts the natural backdrop. The beauty is in the details with stationery by The Vow and flowers by Fantail Designer Florist.  This stunning black wedding cake by Urban Cakehouse really brings the drama! To read the full story head over to the blog

Pampas Wedding Dreams & Dried Floral Fancies

A fan fair of dried wedding floral designs were all carefully designed by Sheffield based designer of florals, Fantail Designer Florist for this insta-worthy shoot. Check all there is to see at Bawtry Hall on our blog - Floral Stories Inspired by Nature
'Pampas is such a versatile cut stems and so on trend that this made it the perfect backbone to our flower installations. The dried wedding bouquet had not so much Pampas, but a mixture of dried blooms including pink Hydrangea, Bunny Tail Grass, dried Poppy Heads (Papaver) and a selection of grasses. The outline of the wedding hand tied was a natural, slightly upright round styled bouquet.' This stunning video was created by Matthew Laraway Weddings.

Super Stylish Contemporary Black & Pink Wedding Flower Inspiration

Super stylish, contemporary wedding styling with black and blush pinks from a talented bunch of wedding suppliers at Yorkshire’s Bawtry Hall, featuring beautiful wedding blooms from Fantail Designer FloristDavid Austin Roses and Quicksand Roses took centre stage, arranged in black circular bowls to create one large centrepiece. The sharp tailored table setting, brought together by crockery and black glassware by Whitehouse Crockery really complimented the contemporary look we all wanted to accomplish. To watch the full show reel filmed by Matthew Laraway Weddings, head over to our blog - Floral Stories Inspired by Nature

Pomegranate and Blush Noir - An Autism Marriage

Thicket Priory was the stunning backdrop for this awe-inspiring shoot organised by Glorious by Heidi and Boho Chic Weddings. Pastel pink David Austin Roses, Naomi Roses, Rununculas, Waxflower and Eucalyptus was the floral base our wedding bouquets. To read more head over to the blog.