It is all worth it…

Vanessa & Nathaniel tie the knot

I absolutely love my job, but it’s made that tiny bit better when you work with an amazing couple!  After the initial consultation with Vanessa and Nathaniel at their home, I knew their wedding was going to be one to remember!

There was so many nice touches along the way, and after sneaking in to the end of the ceremony (so we were ready to move pedestals and other various flower arrangements from the church to the reception), we witnessed the best ever exit song!

Nathaniel is in a choir, and the rest of his “gang” were there to sing them out.  Many a goose bump was to be seen…I will remember it for a long long time to come.

Vanessa and Nathaniel, took over Wentworth on Friday 13th August, and most certainly have a way with words!

This arrived in my inbox last night, and I just had to share….

“We found Fairy nuff from a web search. We already had a florist lined up for our wedding who was a family friend. After falling in love with the sentiment of the website we just had to meet Stef. After seeing her stunning creations and meeting her in person we both agreed that we HAD to have Stef involved with our big day. She has not only brought incredible innovative creativity, but flexibility too. She’s a ray of sunshine and her flowers blew us away. The total experience from Fairy nuff was a dream. We are the most fastidious-dare I say fussy-clients and we were blown away. Thank you so very much!!”

I can go away for a few days a happy florist…..it is all worth it.  See you when I get back next week, and the website will go live on Wednesday! x

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