Flowers at a Wedding

Flowers go a long way towards enhancing the elegance, vibrancy and understated beauty of your wedding day.

One could conceivably argue that flowers are not absolutely essential to the success of the day. But what a dull and drab day it would be without the flashes of colour and subtle fragrances that beautiful flowers provide!

Like the world of photography, there are a lot of well-intentioned, keen amateur florists out there. Why leave something as important as the flowers to anyone but a seasoned professional? I’ve had the great privilege of working with many talented florists, and one of the very best (and most fun!) I’ve worked with is Michele Hall. Michele runs Someflower in Hampshire and we’ve worked together at many weddings at the Manor Barn in Buriton, Hampshire.

Besides her exquisite yet understated taste in floral decoration, Michele and her team offer a personal, professional service every step of the way. She is that perfect combination of hard working professional who is always friendly. With over 20 years in the business, she has the experience, skill and empathy to create flower arrangements that are perfect for you.

But don’t just take my word for it – have a look at her website and see for yourself.

Someflower is located on the borders of Hampshire, Surrey and West Sussex, which means she’s perfectly suited for all the best venues in the South East.

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photographed by John Cole

I feel strongly that your wedding day is exactly that, your day, not mine. You tell me the kind of photos you want and then we'll work together to create a unique set of images.

I work in reportage style because that is what I am -- a reportage photographer who does weddings. I've shot dozens of stories for leading British and international publications, and I bring my magazine style of photography to your wedding.

I work unobtrusively and sensitively, concentrating on creating natural, spontaneous photos. I do group shots quickly and painlessly (though never sloppily), so that you are free to spend more time with your family and friends.

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