Ruby & The Wolf Workshop

My flower journey started at the wonderful Tallulah Rose Flower School in Bath. I’m really excited to be returning to school on the 28th of September to teach a floral workshop. I’ll show you how I make a natural table-centre, without the use of floral foam. I’ll explain my thought process in terms of colour and composition and how I make a bridal bouquet.  

I'll also talk about how I photograph my arrangements and I'm happy to answer any questions you have about my approach.

More details are on the Tallulah Rose website – http://tallulahroseflowers.com/events/in-session-ruby-the-wolf

Black, Gold & Blush wedding at Elmore Court

Just a few images from this lovely wedding at Elmore Court from last summer. The bride and groom chose a theme of 'The Hunt is Over' and wanted 'twigs and feathery fillers' in their florals. These earthy and slightly unexpected elements really helped to ground the pale ivory and blush palette.

I loved this pair. They had a great sense of fun.

And really great taste in booze.

All images are by Camilla Rosa Photography. You can see on Whimsical Wonderland Weddings

WINTER WEDDING OF WHITE, BLUSH AND DEEP BURGUNDY

I managed to find time to photograph a few arrangements from last weeks' wedding. The first wedding of 2016...

A compote arrangement with Cafe Latte Roses, Lilac, Tuberose, Astrantia, Ranunculus, Hellebore and Scabiosa

Bouquet tied with sumptuous velvet ribbon

Cafe Latte Roses, Ranunculus, Scabiosa, Hellebores, Astrantia, Tuberose and Lilac

Cafe Latte Roses, Ranunculus, Scabiosa, Hellebores, Astrantia, Tuberose and Lilac

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and are enjoying the clean slate that the new year brings? 

I so enjoy planning and dreaming for the year ahead. For 2016, given my serious lack of photographic evidence of most of last year's weddings, I've invested in a lovely new camera and resolve to take pictures of pretty much anything that keeps still long enough. 

I wanted to share some photos of December's Wreath Workshop taken by my lovely friend Abi Dare of the beautiful lifestyle blog, These Four Walls. Abi joined in and made her own beautiful wreath and was kind enough to take pictures and write a lovely blog post. True to form, I didn't take a simple photo(!) so check out Abi's full post here

We were surrounded by beautiful candlelight  |  Photo by Abi Dare of These Four Walls

A few last minute preparations  |  Photo by Abi Dare of These Four Walls

Lots and lots of foliage  |  Photo by Abi Dare of These Four Walls

Abi's wreath  |  Photo by Abi Dare of These Four Walls