Hello Blogettes! This month you can find Rebecca Frere Flowers featured in none other than that prestigious publication, Kent Life Magazine. RUN from your houses to buy a copy, or just click on the link! It's a lovely feature about growing cut flowers, featuring all sorts of like minded persons and great contacts for people looking for a more natural way to do things. I will overlook the fact that they have included large photos of everyone involved APART from me and only hide my head in a bag for a few days.
A lucky local lady down the road has a very romantic husband. He's had to go away on business for three whole months, and has arranged, every Friday, for a bouquet and a card to be left secretly on her doorstep, as if from the fairies. Luckily I live so close I can just pedal down there on my bike with the bouquet in the basket. Sadly my bike, whilst being an object of great antique beauty, is designed for Edwardian ladies wearing bloomers, petticoats and all manner of rustling skirts, and so, unfortunately, does not go uphill or round corners.
In other news, the lovely Fiona, a new Bride-on-the-Books, or 'Bob', as I have just this minute decided to call new clients, has introduced me to three AMAZING websites which, I think it's safe to say, I am now totally obsessed with. All three are beautiful, unique, inspirational, and American, which I think might say something about the somewhat staid, cookie-cutter nature of a lot of British weddings. Is it just me, or are so many weddings these days identical? Anyway, Style Me Pretty (ignore hideously twee name) Once Wed and Saipua are all amazing websites for inspiration on how to make a wedding beautiful, individual, and budget friendly!