As a recommended Bristol wedding supplier, I was delighted to capture the spectacular launch party of Host weddings and events for the lovely Olivia Riddiford at the Florist in Bristol this month. We were joined on the night by many wedding industry specialists and Bristol wedding supplier experts who made this such a memorable evening for Olivia and her family.
Pat Mcintyre serenaded guests with his collection of romantic wedding day ballads and Richard Parsons kept everyone entertained with his spell-binding array of magic tricks. Delicious lemon and elderflower cup cakes were created by the talented Katherine Edwards from Cherish Cakes and the Florist delivered eye catching cocktails for us all to drink. The extensive cocktail menu is inspired by the three key styles of floristry. From English Summer Garden and Ikebana to Modern Contemporary. The Florist delivers drinks that not only taste amazing but look special too.
The Florist restaurant and bar, as you would expect, has its roots firmly planted in the principles of floristry and is open for lunch and dinner every day. It’s covered with an abundance of flowers flowing across a three- storey townhouse. Tactile rustic textures with smooth and shiny surfaces perfectly compliment the classic architecture of this historic building. Even the walls of the building come to life, with bespoke art pieces by Bristol based contemporary artist Gemma Compton and graffiti artist Jody Thomas. This creates a truly unique place to entertain, and was the perfect venue for this Bristol wedding supplier launch party. Congratulations to all involved on such a special night.
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Bristol Wedding Supplier Credits: Venue: The Florist / Photography: Adrian Hibbert Photography / Wedding Planner: Host Weddings and Events / Musician: Pat Mcintyre / Magician: Richard Parsons / Cakes: Cherish Cakes / Flowers: The Rose Shed / Make-Up and Hair: Jessica Mills Make-Up / Artist: Gemma Compton / Graffiti: Jody Thomas