Heavy Petal

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South Farm is such a stunning and versatile venue offering so much choice in how to tailor it to your specific taste and style using flowers. Having recently held my own wedding there I am brimming with ideas of ways to enhance this already beautiful setting.

Heavy Petal is passionate about helping to bring your ideas to life, delivering truly show-stopping flowers that reflect your personality as much as your dress and venue do.

I offer a professional, friendly and reliable service. After an initial free consultation I continue to work with you through each stage of the design process to ensure you have what you want on your big day at a budget that works for you.

Having studied a Diploma in Flower Design at the renowned Covent Garden Academy of Flowers in London, I set up Heavy Petal in 2014 and work out of my locally-based studio in Royston. Being in such close proximity to South Farm means I am readily available for site visits should you wish to discuss your ideas on site.

I offer a variety of props, vases and containers to hire from rustic apple crates, to antique milk churns, to stylish glassware and a whole load more.


But don’t just take my word for it! Here are some kind words from people I’ve been fortunate enough to create wedding flowers for:

“The wedding flowers were just absolutely stunning. You are a creative genius and followed the brief exactly and even beyond what I could have imagined.”

Natalie & Paul

“You managed to put together from a few muddled photos and some ramblings from me exactly what I wanted. I was stunned when I saw my bouquet and completely lost for words when I got to see what a wonderful job you had done on the tables. I can’t thank you enough.”

Sharon & Carl

“Jo provided a very professional and friendly service. She worked with us to really understand what we wanted and her lovely ideas were beautifully executed. They were truly stunning flowers, which worked so well at our wonderful winter wedding.”

Sophie & James



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