I love traditions, especially crafty ones. So naturally, I am a big fan of dying Easter eggs around this time of year! But I wanted to try something a little different. Though I love the pastel hues of Easter pinks and purples, I wanted to go completely botanical. Earthy. 100% Natural. So this year’s eggs
Columbia Road Flower Market is easily one of my favourite places in London. Tucked away in Hackney, this gem bursts open every Sunday like a spring peony. Carts, stands and shops filled with flowers unfurl into the street and hug the curvature of Columbia Road. Though it can be tricky to find, my recommendation is simply to follow
It is the first weekend since the arrival of spring, and naturally the Columbia Road Flower Market was bursting with every variety of vernal posies imaginable. This bouquet features some of my recurring favourites: Blue hyacinth, sun-kissed tulips, and fuchsia stock. Make this Bouquet: -2 Bunches of Yellow Tulips (12 stems) -1 Bunch Blue Hyacinth (4
I’ve said before that I love ranunculus, “the little frog.” I set these pink and variegated varieties against a bunch of green Dutch tulips. Together, in this ornate vase by Canadian potter, Margaret Ann Capper, I can’t help but think of a fairytale princess. So there you have it, the Little Frog Princess Bouquet!