Wedding Florist in Northants & Market Harborough

April 7, 2020

Is this your thing? Wild wedding flower designs, that fit freely into their surroundings, looking as they just happened to grow there.

Yes? Then you might have just found your wedding florist!

Introducing Once Upon A Time Wedding Flowers, based between Northampton and Market Harborough, who creates exactly that.

It’s run by a lovely lady called Tracey, whose background is in looking after the gardens of great country estates. That’s where the natural, integral and garden design feel of her wedding floristry comes from.

Tracey and I first met when we worked together on a wedding at Boughton House in 2016…

…I arrived in the marquee on that wedding morning, to find her high up a ladder with arms full of floral garlands, fighting humidity and strong winds. We hadn’t met before and there I was, camera in hand, hoping to get a head start on shooting the decor before she’d finished. That’s a situation when many suppliers would crack under pressure and snap that the room wasn’t ready … but Tracey had nothing but a big smile and warm hello. She completely got the need to work together and to fit in around each other. And the marquee looked insanely good. So she instantly became one of my business (and breakfast) besties.

Since then, I’m always blown away by Tracey. Not only by her fabulous floristry and amazing eye but also by her relentless enthusiasm and excitement (even when she’s been up since 4am on a dark and cold wintery morning or just come in from a day of gardening in sub-zero temperatures).

Tracey has created florals for many of my clients who have all said how much they’ve enjoyed working with her; that she took the time to understand what they wanted, made the process easy and really helped to make their day special. She’s a top-quality supplier who can help create a magical day, not just magical flowers.

If it were my own wedding, there’s no-one I would trust more.


Stick around and read this interview to find out more about the lady behind the flowers.

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