At TBR Floral we are all about making the perfect wedding day for our clients, but one thing we love almost as much as weddings is the wedding proposals. There are thousands of great proposal videos online but this video has got to be one of the cutest and most thought out ever, and we love it! (Warning, its a tear jerker!)
Click the image below to watch.
A year in the making and we think it was definitely worth it!
Have you got a crazy wedding proposal story to tell us or maybe this has given you an idea for your proposal in the future?
Let us know if you loved it as much as us!
The TBR Floral Design Team
Over last weekend, The RHS flower show was in full swing in Cardiff. Unfortunately we weren’t able to make it to the show, but I have really enjoyed catching up on all the highlights of the spring event.
The RHS Show Cardiff has been held in the parklands of Cardiff Castle since 2005, and in 2015, attracted record crowds with more than 25,000 visitors from across the UK, with this year set to top that!
One of the big themes this year has been Roald Dahl displays, as this year marks the centenary of one of Cardiff’s most famous citizens, and the designers didn’t hold back with their creativity. One person even weaved a giant BFG out of Willow, while another recreated the garden in Charlie and the Chocolate factory, chocolate river and all! (Although not edible, its actually water filled with clay, not very tasty!)
One of my favourite gardens from the show was The Alfresco Gallery garden, which ended up taking Gold for the show garden awards. The designer described it as a “place to appreciate the form and structure of plants, from the smallest leaf to the impressive specimen”. It looks like a great place to sit and entertain family and friends.
The RHS Cardiff flower show is the first RHS show of the year, meaning it landmarks the start of Spring, making it one of the most vibrant and colourful of all the events. We definitely recommend going if you ever get the chance to, and we will definitely be looking to go to more RHS events throughout the year, with a large number of them coming up over May, June, July and August.