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DESIGNED FOR YOU TO FALL IN LOVE WITH

FLORAL DESIGN STUDIO BASED IN THE HEART OF DORSET

Created by Emma Whicher, an experienced florist, Martha and the Meadow is a Dorset Floral Studio, designing bespoke timeless flowers for the memorable moments life offers.  From weddings to events, parties and celebrations. Martha and the Meadow also offers up selection of seasonal floral workshops throughout the calendar year, offering individuals the chance to learn to create timeless flowers. 

Creating beautiful and naturally styled flowers for Weddings and Events across Dorset, South Wiltshire and Somerset. Martha and the Meadow has a flower philosophy based on seasonality and sustainability, using locally grown flowers and foam free sustainable designs.  As a floral studio we are proud to offer unique flower combinations and sumptuous arrangements full of style and personality.  

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WEDDINGS

Designed for you to fall in love with.

Creating and designing flowers that are personal to you and your wedding is the core of my business. 

I cover unique wedding locations across Dorset, South Wiltshire and the edge of Somerset and the New Forest. Such as Mapperton, St Giles House, Came House,  

 Hatch House, Smedmore House, Pylewell,   Warmwell, Hillersdon House, Axnoller, Somerely Estate, 10 Castle Street and  Studland Bay.

 

As well as working with leading marquee and tent suppliers across the South West and a range of wedding planners. 

 

 If you feel that my approach and style of work may be right for your wedding day. Then drop me a little note and  I look forward to getting to know about you and your story soon. 

PARTY FLOWERS

With years of experience in high end hospitality, there is nothing more I love to design are flowers for a party. Flowers play such a pivotal party in creating a special or unique atmosphere. So if you are looking for a unique set of flowers for your Dorset Party of celebration then please do not hesitate in getting in touch.  

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