A Floral Collaboration With The Real Flower Company

Beautiful blooms from The Real Flower Company

Beautiful blooms from The Real Flower Company

Beautiful blooms from The Real Flower Company

Beautiful blooms from The Real Flower Company

Beautiful blooms from The Real Flower Company

Beautiful blooms from The Real Flower Company

Beautiful blooms from The Real Flower Company

Hello everyone!

I hope your week is going well.  I’d like to press the pause button on this month please.  I need the autumnal vibe to hang around a little longer for me to savour, before everything just turns wet and freezing!

   I’m pretty excited, as I have a couple of collaborations in the pipeline with The Real Flower Company, and I wanted to share this first one with you.  For a long time I have loved their exquisite flowers and greenery, so when they got in touch asking if they could gift me these beautiful blooms, I was of course over the moon.  Now that my garden enters it’s winter slumber, the thought of having to go back to supermarket flowers doesn’t really inspire me, especially after I have been so spoilt for the last few months with my own floral bounty.  So when a gal who loves beautiful blooms is offered flowers to play with and photograph, it’s a bit of a no-brainer!

The Real Flower Company are award winning florists, using gloriously scented roses, herbs and foliage which are grown on their own farms.  Their farms are sustainable, Fair-trade, and their carbon footprint is as low as it can possibly be.  They have a gorgeous shop in Chelsea, and seasonal blooms are hand tied into stunning bouquets.  One of the reasons they sent me my bouquet, is so I could help spread the words about their new Instagram hashtag (see their Instagram here), #realflowersoftheseason (tag your pictures of your own blooms!).

I had fun pulling this shoot together, I knew that I wanted a teal coloured backdrop to make the colours of the flowers pop , so I made this one using a roll of lining paper.  Speaking of backdrops, I’ve signed up for the amazing Kim Klassen‘s Backdrop Making Class next week which I’m super excited about.  I adore Kim’s photography, so to learn how she makes her canvas backdrops is going to be an absolute delight, as I’m a massive fan of her work.

Wishing you all a very Happy Friday!

Tamsyn x

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  1. Sally Christie
    16th November 2017 / 11:20 am

    Hi, that teal colour is beautiful… is it possible you could tell me the make and actual colour.
    I love your page, dip in every few days to catch up.

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