Summer Wedding Flowers - Meet the Designers

Written by Alastair Owen
May 09, 2011

Ahead of our Summer Wedding Flowers event this Wednesday, we've posted a short biography of both our fabulous Summer Wedding designers to whet your appetites of what's to come!

Euphoric Flowers

Simon Nickell and Victoria Taberer-Bond met back in 1996, but it wasn’t until 2005, with plenty of floristry experience under their belts, that they finally launched Euphoric Flowers

Based in a workshop in London’s Fulham, the duo specialise in wedding and event floristry at prestigious venues throughout the capital and are the preferred florists at the Dairy at Waddesdon Manor, The Walled Garden at Cowdray, 10-11 Carlton Terrace, London Zoo, Dartmouth House and Warren House.

In their wedding commissions, they work closely with brides, venues and wedding planners, and recently held a wedding floristry workshop for UKAWP, the UK Association of Wedding Planners to help boost their understanding of wedding floristry.

Karen Woolven Floral Design

From her workshop in South East London, Karen Woolven runs a highly successful wedding and event floristry business

Her work has featured in Hello Magazine as well as a number of wedding titles, and Karen provides the flowers for many of London’s top venues including the Royal Horticultural halls, the Royal Albert Hall, the National Maritime Museum, HMS Belfast and the Inner Temple where she is listed as a preferred florist.


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