Where do I start..
Updated: Apr 26
It goes without saying that this covid-19 pandemic has changed everyones lives across the world, with everyone feeling a little bit more anxious of what the near future holds.
I hope you are all staying safe, staying home and taking care of your family and loved ones.
I would like to take this opportunity to say a massive Thank you to all our NHS staff and all other key workers still keeping strong, saving lives and working all the hours to protect our community.
With all this in mind I would like to take a look into what it means for the wedding industry and us Florists, with uncertainty of when weddings will be able to take place again, this has been something that has really been affected. I have had a lot of concerned Brides and Grooms contact me about their weddings, upset and worried at the prospect of having to postpone their big day, that I know they would have worked so hard to plan.
I have been talking with lots of couples recently who have had to make the heartbreaking and difficult decision to postpone their wedding date to 2021. I will do all I can to accommodate every couple with their new dates. I really feel for these couples who have had to move their date, but I do think when these weddings can take place that they will be full of even more love than before. With everyone cherishing these once in a lifetime moments, being with family and friends and reviling in the love, happiness and joy.
I have also been very busy with new enquiries for next year, with brides and grooms taking this opportunity to get stuck into their wedding planning. This is keeping me busy and still keeping me creative, helping each couple come up with ideas and suggestions for the best florals for their big day.
It's so sad seeing weddings being postponed and not knowing when I will be able to get back to the workshop and get creating again, but I know all wedding suppliers are in the same situation. I know we are all doing our best to help and accommodate our Brides and Grooms, and I hope that everyone can get back to doing what they love soon.
Stay safe x