Fantasia 2

A floral masterclass

Presenting Fantasia II – a three day luxury floral masterclass and gala dinner hosted by the stunning Battersea Arts Centre.

Amie Bones epic floral extravaganza, as seen in Vouge, Tatler and Bazaar.


Stock Florist were proud to collaborate at this magnificent floral event, an immersive floral experience like no other.

Team Stock Florist joined a team of over 50 florists, 60,000 red roses, an epic production team and of course the party itself – think Bridgerton meets debauchery!

The three day event was managed by Amie Bone and Bruce Russell.

Sam (Stock owner) and Amie Bone have been firm friends for a number of years after meeting at a floral event in London.

Sam’s love for Amie has inspired her ability to grow and develop Stock Florist…and for that Sam is eternally grateful.

As the queen of flowers says herself…”Go big or go home”

Sam took a team of twelve florists with her.  There was fun and laughter and lots of hard work!!

Such a great opportunity for the Stock family to learn industry tricks and make some lifetime friends.

The Gala Dinner seated over 200 guests who were entertained by professional singers and dancers, a fine menu, succulent cocktails, lashings of champagne and delicious canapes.

If you were brave enough there was a chance to visit the debauchery chamber…we will leave the rest to your imagination!

Official Collaborators

Concept, Design & Floristry: Amie Bone Flowers @amieboneflowers
International Event Planner: Bruce Russell @brucerussellevents
Venue: Batersea Art Centre @eventsatbac
Catering & Hospitality: Alison Price @alisonprice_co
Event Production: Luminaire Events @luminaire_events
Furniture: Options Great Hire @optionsgreathire
Music, Entertainment & Performance: Élan Artists @elanartists
Stationery: Ruth Kaye Design @ruthkayedesign
Official Photographer: Sanshine Photography @sanshinephoto
Cinematographer: Varna Studios @varnastudios
Support Florist: Stock Florist @stockflorist
Cakes: Hall of Cakes @hallofcakes1
Floristry Supplies & Packaging: The Baggery Sundries
Floral Supplier: Van der Plas @vanderplasflowersplants
Live Event Curation: Califano Productions @califanoproductions
Behind The Scenes Photographer: Camilla J. Hards @camillajhardsphotography
Balloon Supplier: Bubblegum Balloons @bubblegumballoons
Luxury Candles: Wick and Tallow @wickandtallow
Linens: The Wedding Design Company @theweddingdesigncompany
Chandelier Specialists Crescent Moon Events @crescent_moon_events
Charity Partner: Nice @nicecharityuk

Little Channels – Dannielle and Spencer

On Saturday 21st May, the staff at Little Channels were lucky to witness our very own Dannielle, Wedding and Events Manager, tie the knot with her husband, Spencer.  After postponing twice due to the pandemic, we were so glad their special day finally happened.

Dannielle and Spencer had a lovely intimate ceremony and wedding breakfast followed by a big party in the evening with a BBQ outside in the flagstone courtyard.

The sun was shining brightly resulting in guests enjoying the wedding garden before and after the ceremony. Dannielle and Spencer hired a saxophone player (Paula Borell) who really set the atmosphere. It was lovely to watch the guests mingle, enjoy a drink, and listen to the music.

As you can imagine, there was a lot of pressure leading up to Dannielle’s and Spencer’s wedding day.  Morgan was kindly asked by Dannielle to work front of house, which she was very grateful for. The day ran smoothly, and due to Dannielle’s and Spencer’s laid-back approach, the Little Channels team felt at ease and relaxed.

We asked Dannielle and Spencer questions about their special day…

Why did you choose Little Channels?
We chose Little Channels because having worked there for many years, we knew exactly what to expect. The food is incredible, the staff are amazing, and it was like being at home.

What was your favourite part of the day?
Our favourite part of the day was the evening. Just walking around when our evening guests had arrived and realising how blessed we are to have such amazing friends and family all in one place.

What was your colour theme?
Our colour theme was light blue. We picked our colour over two years ago as our original date was in 2020 and we still loved it.

Where was your honeymoon destination and why?
Our honeymoon was in Mexico. We booked here because we have been on holidays there in the past and absolutely loved it.

What was your first dance song?
Our first dance song was ‘Never gonna be alone’ by Nickleback. It’s not your typical first dance song but that is why we chose it.

Do you have any tips/advice for couples in the process of planning their wedding?
Our advice for the big day is to just enjoy it. Make sure you take time to soak it all up. The day passes so quickly and you’ll be busy, so set aside some time with your partner to take a little walk alone.

Stock Florist: We at Stock Florist loved working with Bria and Ashton, ensuring all flowers were perfect for their big day. Congratulations from all at Stock Florist x

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Greenwoods Hotel – Bria and Aston


Greenwoods Hotel is an elegant wedding venue in Essex, with three dreamy function suites, charming accommodations for guests, an award-winning spa and stunning gardens – cue the most incredible outdoor ceremony space! It’s no wonder that childhood sweethearts, Bria and Aston, chose this as the setting to say, ‘I Do’. This gorgeous pair met in school and are hugely family-orientated – which showed in their nuptials, with Aston’s sisters standing by her side as bridesmaids.

The bride-to-be got ready at Greenwoods Hotel with her array of bridesmaids on the morning of the wedding (with a bottle of bubbly at hand, of course), where I was on hand to capture the very special bridal details. Bria was understandably very nervous getting ready, spending some time with just her mum in the final moments before she made her way to the ceremony. The wedding morning is always such a meaningful time to document – the excitement, the happy chaos, the pampering!

The sun shone for the duration of their outdoor ceremony, where the couple exchanged their vows under a wooden gazebo that had been delicately decorated with florals by Stock Floris. Small bunches of gypsophila were tied to chic white chairs with grey organza ribbon, setting the scene beautifully and tying their colour scheme together. The groom, his groomsmen and the bridesmaids all looked stylish in grey attire.

After the newlyweds had made it official, it was time for the confetti moment. As a wedding photographer, this really is one of my favourite moments. You never quite know how it’s going to turn out and you’ve really got to be ready to nail the petal throwing. But you can always guarantee that everyone will have radiant smiles plastered across their faces, the photographs will be filled with love and the moment itself will be remembered forever.

As guests mingled and enjoyed canapés in the grounds of Greenwoods Hotel, I took the happy couple away for their couple portraits. There are beautiful backdrops aplenty here, so this elegant wedding venue really is a photographer’s dream! It’s easy to see Bria and Aston’s love for one another and it was a pleasure to steal the couple away for a few special moments together during golden hour.

Their reception space was an utter vision, with tables adorned with raised centrepieces overflowing with statement flowers, modern metallic chairs and matching silver organza ribbon. I adored their four-tier semi-naked wedding cake, with a fabulous cake topper of the couple! It’s the personal touches that really do make a wedding day memorable and I’ll always be on hand to capture these details.

Bria and Aston’s day was full of thoughtful touches that their friends and family loved, from their sweetie cart (which went down an absolute treat with their younger guests), a touching photograph table displaying pictures of loved ones who sadly couldn’t attend their wedding day and incredible speeches – cue all the happy tears!

After a romantic first dance, guests joined Bria and Aston on the dancefloor where they danced the night away, with a fun photo-booth, a flower wall and props galore. It was one of the happiest days to document and it was a pleasure to be a part of it. Thank you to Bria and Aston for choosing me to capture your love story!

Photography by the talented Hayley Jayne Stock Florist: We at Stock Florist loved working with Bria and Ashton, ensuring all flowers were perfect for their big day. Congratulations from all at Stock Florist x

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Baddow Park House Wedding – Megan and Will

Stunning Emerald Green Autumn wedding

This gorgeous wedding saw me back at the lovely Baddow Park House, my home from home! Megan and Will held their ceremony in the newly refurbished orangery, which with its airy space and art deco styling was the perfect backdrop for their day.

Meg had chosen one of my absolute favourite colour palettes. Her bridal shoes matched the stunning emerald green of her bridesmaids, which worked perfectly with her flowers- filled with soft peaches, blues and bucket loads of eucalyptus. The lovely ladies at Stock Florist really did outdo themselves with those beauties!

If you’ve read my previous wedding blogs from this year, I’d bet a fiver on you being able to guess who the ring bearer was when I mention him being of the four-legged variety! Yep, you guessed it, Ted the dog rocked up to steal the show. There was the slight mishap of misplaced rings before the ceremony began, and a subsequent mad hunt (can you imagine?!) however, we found them, and Ted got his moment in the spotlight!

After the meal (which was amazing by the way; this photographer was completely won over by the fact I got dessert! I’m easily pleased…what can I say?!) and some lovely speeches by Meg’s Dad Dave, Best Man Henry and Will himself, the reception kicked off. Lots of happy faces and a busy dancefloor, well busy except for poor Ted who at just 8 months old, was rather exhausted and conked out for the night!

I had such a great time catching all the special moments of your day and getting puppy cuddles, of course. Thanks so much for choosing me. I am wishing you both all the love and happiness in the world as you begin your next adventure as Mr and Mrs.

"I can't tell you how many compliments we got about our wedding flowers.

Thank you so much for coming up with such a glorious combination of stunning flowers."


Photography by the talented Sophie Oldhampstead

Stock Florist: We at Stock Florist loved working with Megan & Will, ensuring all flowers were perfect for their big day. Congratulations from all at Stock Florist x

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Crondon Park Wedding – Grace & Bradley

A video that says a thousand words

We recently had the pleasure of working with Grace and Bradley for their wedding at Crondon Park. After our wedding consultation, we knew just how fabulous this wedding was going to be.  The couple chose beautiful White Phalaenopsis Orchids as the bridal bouquet which was a true show stopper!  The bridesmaid's bouquets were a combined mix of scented white roses and soft green foliage perfectly twinned in white ribbon.

The venue was decorated with our luxury tall fresh flower pillars and a stunning table plan covering the corners in roses and foliage. The colours worked perfectly with the venue and created a magical moment when you walked into the room.

The video and photographs were taken by Pauls Studio in Southend who captured the day perfectly.



Photography Pauls Studio

Stock Florist: We at Stock Florist loved working with Grace & Bradley, ensuring all flowers were perfect for their big day. Congratulations from all at Stock Florist x

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Baddow Park Wedding – Louise & James

The one with the swords

Ok, next up in the whirlwind week/month/summer of weddings…I give you Louise and James. These guys met in the army, which Louise has since left, but James is still a serving Apache pilot (you know, just your standard 9-5 job!) so their big day was hallmarked with fabulous military touches.

Louise got ready in the newly refurbished salon at Baddow Park House and wore the most incredible dress which (wait for it) had POCKETS!! Pockets, I tell you. How amazing is that? She also threw in a little side slit, because let’s face it, a bit of leg for good measure never goes amiss!

Their ceremony was held at their beautiful family church in Sandon and they were greeted with a military guard of honour as they exited the church which as you can imagine, made for a fab photo and a really lovely tribute to how they met and their current service. James then drove his new wife to the reception venue in a rather lush red Ferrari. I wasn’t jealous. Nope, not one bit!

If I gave out awards at weddings then this one would have definitely won “most raucous speeches of the season”. I managed to capture some absolutely fantastic pictures during this part of the reception (even if I do say so myself!) One of my favourite things is moving the camera away from the people making the speeches and watching the reactions of the guests, it is the absolute BEST way of capturing the tone and emotion of the moment and at this wedding I managed to get some real corkers. I’m pretty sure they speak for themselves!

In a break with tradition Louise and James chose not to have a “first dance” in the usual sense, nope, instead they invited all their guests to share it with them. One big, happy, buzzing dance floor filled with all their family and friends. I thought it was such a personalised twist to instead make it just one big celebration for everyone. What a great way to share your day and your love!

Louise and James, I absolutely loved sharing and capturing your day and I am wishing you loads of happiness as you begin your life as Mr and Mrs.


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Photography Sophie Oldhampstead

Stock Florist: We at Stock Florist loved working with Louise & James, ensuring all flowers were perfect for their big day. Congratulations from all at Stock Florist x

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Outdoor wedding planning essentials

Planning a wedding is a huge challenge, even in normal times. From small details, like the shape and style of your jewellery, to larger concerns such as the food menu, there’s so much to keep in mind. Outdoor weddings, however, are even more challenging – and they’re now more popular than ever as couples seek to make their ceremonies as COVID-safe as possible.

An outdoor wedding can be incredibly idyllic and picturesque, and it can be a fantastic way to make your day even more special. But holding a wedding outdoors suddenly lumbers you with a whole host of potential challenges that you just don’t have with a traditional wedding venue. Here are some tips to help ensure that you sidestep the potential headaches.

1: Full Power!
This might seem like an obvious point, but making sure that everything you want for your wedding is adequately powered is a must. Picturesque fairy lights hanging from tree branches aren’t going to look that great if they’re off. That quiet jazz band playing softly into the evening can’t croon to your guests if they haven’t got the juice for their instruments. So be sure to power up your proceedings.

2: Whether you’re ready or not…
The great outdoors has its own challenges, namely unpredictable weather. Nothing can ruin your special day faster than a deluge drenching you and your guests, and destroying your cake, so outdoor tents or other types of shelter are essential. If your big day is taking place in the summer, you might want to consider a shelter for your guests to cool off, too. If you’re doing an autumn or winter ceremony, proper heating is a must. Frozen guests aren’t a good look, and neither is a mud bath, so rent yourself a dancefloor.

3: One with nature?
It isn’t just inclement weather that could ruin your day. Beautiful surroundings and a tastefully chosen gazebo can still be ruined if clouds of gnats, mosquitoes or other pests decide to eat your guests alive. Consider hiring an exterminator a few days beforehand to clear the area, or placing citronella candles on the tables. You don’t have to commune that closely with nature in an outdoor wedding. Stock village in Essex has some beautiful character and rustic venues we adore.

4: Flowers galore
To really lean into your beautiful outdoor wedding theme, you’ll need flowers – and lots of them. From sprawling rustic bouquets to vintage vases placed on each table, there are so many creative ways that flowers can bring colour and life to your wedding. If you’re going for a rustic barn aesthetic, then trailing flowers make the ideal decoration for all of those plain wooden chairs you’ll need. And as for the ceremony itself, what could be better than a glorious arch of flowers spreading over the happy couple? Our team is always on hand to support you and your ideas. View our wedding consultation steps here.

5: Caught short!
All of the planning and gorgeous surroundings, well-chosen flowers, and beautiful decor aren’t going to amount to a whole lot if your wedding ends up being a ripe affair. Make sure you hire enough bathroom facilities for your guests at around one bathroom for every 35 people. Luxury portable restroom stalls are of exceptional quality these days with things like granite countertops or flower arrangements, so you don’t have to settle for dingy, grey plastic, music festival-style portaloos. 

6: Timing is everything!
A wedding is a complicated affair with a lot of moving parts, but with a traditional, indoor wedding venue a lot of the headaches are already taken care of by default (like shelter, power, and bathrooms). Planning your wedding outdoors adds more potential challenges to your special day, so maybe the number one tip with regards to planning an outdoor wedding is giving yourself enough time, not only to get everything in place but to be prepared for things to go wrong. Hopefully, they don’t, but it never hurts to have contingency plans in place.

Remembering these simple tips can help ensure your big day is as beautiful as you imagine it in your head.

Written by: Abbie Hartley

How to add personal touches to your wedding day

Your wedding day is not just a day to cement your relationship with your partner in front of family and friends, it’s also a day to celebrate that relationship and all the things that make it special and unique. Adding personal touches to your wedding day is all part of the excitement. It helps you to share with your guests the things that have brought you together, and set your love apart.

Start with you
There are so many ways you can add a personal touch to the day’s proceedings, so why not make a list of things that are special to you both? Think about the music that was playing the first time you kissed, or consider a shared interest such as sports, travel or books. Once you have made your list, you will be ready to choose where to incorporate your distinctive personal touches into your wedding day.

The kind of flowers you choose can set your wedding apart. You can take inspiration from the venue and the season, or pick flowers that you both love – or maybe even colours that match your personal colour scheme. If you need guidance, you can work with us and we’ll help you to choose distinctive flowers that match your dream.

Food and drink
What is your favourite meal? What were you eating when you got engaged? Is there a drink you are well known for? Do you know a lot about wine? Even if your venue can’t offer exactly the menu you want, you can print your own menus and give the dishes and drinks names that mean something to you both. You could even get personalised labels printed for your wine choices and have them placed on your bottles!

Name the tables
Remember the list of your shared interests? Why not use them to name your tables for your wedding day dinner? It will be a lot easier for your guests to remember where they are sitting, and it will be something fun for them to talk about.

Music is so personal, and there’s nothing like it for creating strong memories. Choose a band, artist or DJ who reflects your personal style and then work with them to make sure that the songs you want are included. If you want to create a classy atmosphere, for example, you could choose a jazz swing band to make your wedding really stand out.

Wedding car
Hire a quirky or distinctive car to add a unique, personal touch to your wedding day. It could be a London bus, a vintage car, or even a cute camper van.

These are just some of the ways you can add personal touches that make your special day one to remember, for everyone involved.

Written by: Blake Miller

Aime Bone – Fantasia 2020 Flower Masterclass And Gala Dinner

Article by: Aime Bone Flowers

Our first ever 3 day floral masterclass “Fantasia” at the world-renowned Four Seasons Hotel Park Lane was an experience like no other - I am beyond proud of what my amazingly talented team and I produced in 3 days of floral epicness x I have always wanted to run a masterclass for aspiring florists and was fortunate enough to be supported by the best talent in the industry to bring my vision to life. Florists from across the globe joined us to create the ultimate immersive floral experience - The Four Seasons at The Four Seasons “Fantasia”.

The masterclass came about over an impromptu lunch meeting with the director of events from The Four Seasons Sasha Taylor who offered the hotels services when I explained I wanted to create a class for florists to learn techniques, and skills of large scale floral installations that Team Bone are famous for - I honestly couldn’t believe it - that such a huge brand such as The Four Seasons were willing to support my dream - but they were and the whole hotel team from start to finish were a pleasure to work with - nothing was too much trouble, the level of detail and service was exceptional throughout the 10 month preparations for the event. Sasha, as I said in my speech we have become true friends through Fantasia and our friendship, will last a lifetime x

Once the hotel was confirmed and the date secured I was then on the lookout for the very best in the industry to collaborate with - over a glass of bubbles Bruce Russell the acclaimed international wedding and party planner agreed to plan and coordinate Fantasia. I love Bruce's can-do attitude, his sense of calm, and hisknowledge of all things parties. I also really enjoy working with Bruce and found his attention to detail infectious - that's an amazing quality when you are stepping into the unknown!
The list of collaborators goes on and on - to bring the design to life I needed the best team in London and I was so lucky to have the best in the business by my side - trusting in me and my vision both mentally and financially.
Guests were welcomed into Winter - a mirrored walkway led the way past a huge winter tree - surrounded by hundreds of white hydrangeas. Jack Frost greeted our guests at a life-size floral igloo, where the amazeballs Bubblegum Balloons created a white balloon backdrop behind suspended wintery floral chandeliers and giant snowballs of flowers.
Guests were then transported into an enchanted autumn scene - giant floral mushrooms, hanging garlands of rich textured foliage, and a captivating fairy house surrounded by gardens of deep coloured autumnal blooms, masses of candlelight and enchanting tree stilt walkers set the tone of this beautiful concept.
The next room for guests to enjoy was Club Tropicana - complete with our very own Fantasia flamingo bar for the hour long drinks reception! Archways of exotic flowers and foliage encapsulated the guests when they entered the beautifully designed space. This room was stunning - pink planters filled with palm trees and pink exotic flowers looked incredible. The escort card table holding flamingo shaped escort cards from our friends at The Wren Press went down a storm and fit the theme exceptionally.
Being called to dinner walking through our quintessentially English summer complete with fairies and amazing rose clad cake from Hall of Cakes - was nothing short of dreamy. The wisteria and cherry blossom ceiling installation was heavenly, the gardens of English blooms smelt and looked divine.
Dining in spring - the grand finale - when I think of spring I always think of daffodils - so it was an obvious choice for me that spring had to be yellow. The absolute pinnacle of my career was crafted with so much love within the ballroom at The Four Seasons - super wide banquet tables holding spring gardens of yellow blooms, and hundreds of candles in various holders to compliment the beauty of the design. Overhead a canopy of the finest Italian mimosa complete with giant floral butterflies. Bespoke windows filled with the same delicate blooms looked incredible as a back drop to a soft seating area. The mirrored bar complete with floral backdrop stood proud at the end of the ballroom - there was so much to take in - it was a true feast for the eyes x
Not only did I want to run a successful floral masterclass I wanted to throw an amazing party for my industry colleagues to enjoy and my oh my did we achieve that! - What a party it was with the fabulous Elan Artists to entertain us into the early hours - it really was the best night ever! It was surreal - we get to transform spaces with our flowers all the time - and we never ever really get to see peoples reactions or get to feel the love in the room at the weddings or parties we dress - Fantasia you did not disappoint- the look of joy on our guests faces, the positive comments and feeling I wish I could bottle - each time I watch the film I relive the moments again and again!
I can not begin to thank everyone that was involved in Fantasia - Tom and Al from Lightning Events that provided the incredible production for Fantasia - you guys are the best - thank you so much for everything - I always say we can create anything with flowers but its you guys that make them look amazing with your incredible lighting x
Sam from Stock Florist - you were my rock - thank you my darling for always telling me “we got this” always being positive and generally having my back x you are one in a million and I love ya x
Chris - CP - The Wren Press - The invites set the tone of what the event was going to be - they were completely incredible - the whole design process was a joy x The wonderfully quirky escort cards that looked incredible and a total fit to the tropical room.
And finally the menus which made me burst into tears as soon as I saw them - in a good way people!!! - I literally felt like I stepped into the drawing on the back of the menu - thank you Chris for all your hard work you are the very best and as I said in my speech a master of your craft x
Nicola - Hall of Cakes - thank you for raising the bar with your edible masterpiece - your love and craft shone through in what you created - the cake was an absolute beauty x
Neil - Neil Hughes Productions - my god you nailed it! - Considering we have never worked together before, we only had a few telephone conversations, and I sent you the initial mood board you grasped the design and run with it! Thank you Neil for entrusting in me and in the concept of Fantasia - I know we will be working together lots and lots over the coming years!
Anastacia - Wedhead - the chairs looked incredible for spring dining - they fitted into the design perfectly - and your velvet soft furnishings complemented our floral wall perfectly - thank you so much for going above and beyond as always x
Maria Antonia - Duchess & Butler - my go to girl and lovely friend x thank you for your support. The table looked beautiful with your stunning glassware, charger plates and cutlery - as always your support is appreciated and we love working with you x
Sophia - Just 4 Linen - As you know I am a huge fan of your fabulous product and will continue to be an advocate for your brand. Thank you for your support and it was so fabulous to finally meet you at the gala dinner 🙂
Natalie - Byredo - the scent throughout the event was incredible - thank you for your support - I look forward to working with you and the team in the coming months and creating an amazing event with Bruce at your Soho store.
Roger and Sophie - Wow Grass - what a product you guys have - I am so grateful that you embraced the design and showcased your fab grass at Fantasia x thank you for everything and I look forward to working with you both in the very near future.
Laura - Bubblegum Balloons - my go to balloon girl 🙂 I love working with you - theres no such word as no - you are always a joy to work with and your team are incredible. Looking forward to working with you lots more very soon x
Josh and The Elan Artist's team - Wow! - What a performance - absolutely mind blowing - incredible from start to finish. The artists, the choreography, every element was off the chart and I know that we will be working together lots and lots over the coming years as I can't recommend you guys enough - thank you so much x
Teri - Teri & Lori - Thank you so much lovely Teri for capturing all the amazing behind the scenes imagery that have bought so much joy - I can relive the 3 days through your photos x I look forward to working with you very soon when you capture more of our beautiful weddings and events 🙂
Aurelius- Varna Studios - the man behind the lens! WOW!!! Incredible - simply amazing Aurelius - I can not recommend you and your services highly enough x each time I watch the films which is a lot - I cry - I am transported to another world which I thank you for from the bottom of my heart - the films are beautiful and I can not wait to create more beauty for you to capture x
San - Sanshine Photo - the woman behind the camera 🙂 As always you captured the vision of Fantasia perfectly the crispness of winter, the depth of autumn, the party vibe of club Tropicana, the essence of English summer and the love of spring x thank you my darling San with love as always x
Lastly but by no means least - my wonderful students from as far away as South Africa and the French Rivera, Scotland, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, and everywhere in-between - Fantasia would never have happened if it wasn’t for you. Your trust, your passion for flowers and for the Amie Bone brand is priceless and I am beyond proud to have worked side by side of you guys to bring my dream to life. I have made friends in the people that invested into learning from me and team bone - and I look forward to seeing you all again very soon
x Big Love A x

Article by: Aime Bone Flowers

Stock Florist: We were honored to be part of such an incredible event, the Stock Florist team were amazed at how incredible the final event looked. Thank you from all at Stock Florist x

Venue: Four Seasons Hotel London At Park Lane
Planner: Bruce Russell
Videography: Varna Studios
Photography: Sanshine Photography
Production: Lightning Events
Body Painters/Entertainers: Neil Hughes
Flower Supplier: Van Der Plas
Musicians: Elan Artists
Cake: Hall Of Cakes
Stationery: The Wren Press
Balloons: Bubblegum Balloons
Support Florist: Stock Florist
Tableware: Duchess & Butler
Secateurs: Felco
Grass: Wow Grass
Linen: Just 4 Linen
Neon Sign: Lovestruck Creative
Chairs: Wdhead London
Scent: Byredo
Taxidermy: A Modern Grand Tour
Behind The Scenes Collages & Class Group Photo: Terri & Lori

The Wedding of Claire and Nick – Braxted Park Wedding, Braxted, Essex

The Braxted Park September Wedding of Claire and Nick in 2019. A fantastic couple who I immediately bonded with in our first meeting. Claire and Nick are a brilliantly outgoing pair and this Braxted Park September wedding was a true reflection of them. I wish them the very best in the future and all the luck in the world.

braxted park september wedding

“At Braxted Park, discover the intimacy and warmth of a family home meets the opulent grandeur of a house steeped in history. The tree-lined drive and view of the Georgian mansion standing proud at its head will amaze, but get closer and the walled garden and secluded spaces at the heart of this magnificent 500-acre estate will certainly wow”

Braxted Park September Wedding

You can also see other Braxted Park Weddings I’ve photographed by clicking Here

Here’s the story of their day…


Venue: Braxted Park
Make-Up/Hair: Botias
Dresses: Pronovias
Florist: Stock Florist
Cake: The Couture Baker
Caterers: Acclaim Events
Piano: Piano DJ

Photography Matt Wing

Stock Florist: We at Stock Florist loved working with Claire and Nick, ensuring all flowers were perfect for their big day. Congratulations from all at Stock Florist x

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