Wedding and Event Flowers in York and North Yorkshire by Kathrine Armstrong Bisson

Fleur Adamo Floral Designs

'To fall in love with flowers'

      Wedding Fairs in York

Attention Brides and Grooms to be - who said planning a wedding wasn't fun ? We will be attending the following Wedding fairs in York at these great wedding Venues. There will be  a selection of super talented wedding suppliers  and an array of local businesses for you to check out.

 
Bedern Hall Wedding Open Evening
Meet, Eat and Celebrate in the heart of York
Thursday June 20, 2019 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM 

A simple 'drop-in' event with a chance to Join us for a glass of bubbles and discuss your ideas with our experienced team and let us show you how we can help you create your special day.


Bedern Hall  Bedern YORK YO1 7AL             How to find the Hall   Directions

July 7th Jervaulx Abbey wedding Fair York
Jervaulx Abbey & Tearoom  Jervaulx, Ripon HG4 4PH 12.00 till 4.00 pm
Join us for a beautiful showcase with loads of amazing wedding suppliers and information about weddings here at Jervaulx Abbey.  Please email to book an appointment with Anna for Jervaulx Abbey weddings.
Our beautiful new Chapter House Room with high ceilings and oak-exposed beams is fully licensed to hold legal ceremonies. With neutral                                                      decoration we can seat approximately 60 people with our Lloyd Loom chairs.  

October 20th Hawkhills. Classic Manor Affair

THE HAWKHILLS Easingwold York YO61 3EG

GENERAL ENQUIRIES: +44 (0)1347 825038

While our function rooms are available for the ceremony, wedding breakfast or evening party – The Hawkhills also has a civil wedding license to conduct civil marriages and partnerships in the elegant White Room. More details to come

 

We source locally grown flowers in and around York as much as possible during the growing season.

Not only do British flowers usually have a superior scent to imported blooms, they will be fresher and last longer in your vase or decoration – minimum distance means maximum vase life. British grown are excellent value for money – when they are at their seasonal high, quality goes up and price comes down. Pure supply and demand! You will be supporting local industry, keeping farms happy and encouraging wildlife and biodiversity. British flowers and foliage show the seasons to the best – buy what’s looking good in peak season rather than what’s looking OK all year round.