Hello, I am a British, creative floral designer living in Chamonix, France.
I love creating beautiful and natural floral displays for weddings and events. My style can be described as rustic and romantic with a subtle vintage feel. Drawing on the natural way flowers grow in the wild inspired by travelling to remote places around the world my arrangements enhance the beauty of the flowers I use.
My floral design career began studying Surface Decoration at the University of the Arts, London and includes working with the renowned florist Paula Pryke OBE. I have designed and created flower arrangements for a variety of events in France, the UK and internationally.
I provide a friendly and personal service for my clients. Always taking the time to work closely with each client to ensure I understand their vision in order that I can create the perfect flowers for them, whatever the occasion.
We offer a personalised service for wedding florals for your special day. During the initial consultation, we will review your floral vision, needs, budget and show you examples of our work.
Decorate your venue with beautiful blooms, seasonal flowers and natural-looking foliage. Whether it be a party, anniversary or corporate event, we will create the ultimate wow factor whatever the occasion.
"... Sonya listened to my vision and provided beautiful creations for us... I wish I could have brought all of them back to California with me!"
Vee & Nick Hunt
"... A huge thank you for the wedding flowers you did for us - they were amazing and far exceeded our expectations (which were high to begin with)."
"... Sonya’s creativity and complete understanding of what we were after meant that we had just that."
"... I absolutely loved the flowers, you did such a great job and we had a fabulous time at the wedding."
"... You really captured that rustic and wild feel we were looking for. I was blown away when I went upstairs for the dinner, the place looked totally transformed!"
"... All our guests commented how beauitful, original and natural her arrangements were."