Something Special Florists is the latest stallholder to pitch up at Fayre
Quality Florist for all your Wedding FlowersSharon Bates (Janman) – Owner of Something Special Florists
From Planting a Seed to Growing a Flower
Sharon has been a florist for all of her life. She left school in 1985, aged just 16 years old, and started an apprenticeship in a florists in Littlehampton. For over 10 years Sharon worked at this florists, leaving to have her family but never leaving her passion for all things floristry. Sharon continued whilst raising a family to make wedding flowers for her family and friends from her home.
Sharon started working in a local florist once her family had grown but in her spare time she continued to grow her own Wedding Flower Business with the idea of “branching out”!
Something to Offer to Brides & Grooms to Be
Sharon has been building up her business and will be making her debut at our Wedding and Events Fayre. This will give her the opportunity to speak to potential new clients about their needs and requirements. Sharon will be able to tell clients about the experience and knowledge she already has, being in the flower industry for over 30 years!
Sharon can offer fresh and artificial flowers and will be bringing some examples of her work. She will be on hand to take orders from clients for wedding flowers and discuss what they would like for their “special day”.
Wedding Flowers – Where do I start?
Compiling a list of what wedding flowers you may need for your upcoming wedding can be a little daunting to some brides. Depending on the scale of your event, and how much or how little you need when it comes to flowers, Sharon of Something Special is there to guide brides in the right direction and maybe suggest things they haven’t thought of. A rough list of what you would like is always helpful to a florist when you have a consultation.
Most brides & grooms compile a list of the following flowers they may need:
- Bridal bouquet
- Bridesmaids bouquets
- Any flower crowns or hair flowers
- The flowers for the flower girls
- The groom’s buttonhole
- Corsages or buttonholes for the mothers
- Groomsmen buttonholes
- Buttonholes for the fathers
- The church or ceremony flowers
- Pew ends
- Flowers for the cake
- Reception flowers
- Table centres
- Thank you bouquets
List compiled by Guides for Brides which is a website offering fantastic advice to Brides and Grooms to be. However, you cannot beat meeting the person who is providing the service face to face and Sharon will offer that personal touch and reassurance every bride needs.
How do I contact Sharon of Something Special Florists?
If you are unable to make our upcoming Wedding and Events Fayre then you can contact Sharon the following ways:
How do I meet Sharon in person?
Sharon will be a stallholder at My Special Event and The Vintage Tea Birds upcoming Wedding and Event Fayre where you can speak to her about your Wedding or Event.
When: Sunday 15th March 2020
Time: 10 am till 4 pm
Where: The Jubilee Hall, Elmer Road, Middleton on Sea, West Sussex, PO22 6EH
What else is there? : During the event, there will be a mixture of live entertainment for guests to enjoy as well as over 16 other suppliers from the Wedding and Events Industry. Refreshments will be available including Hot/Cold Drinks and Cakes (at a small cost)
How do I get more information about the Wedding and Events Fayre?
If you need further information then please do not hesitate to contact My Special Event or The Vintage Tea Birds using one of the methods below:
My Special Event (Zoe Pniewski)
or alternatively, fill out the contact form on the website and Zoe will contact you.
The Vintage Tea Birds (Chloe Anna Gover-Wren)
Phone: 07882736881 (The Vintage Tea Birds)
Alternatively, visit our Facebook page:
This event is also advertised on Linkedin, Instagram, Twitter and on the local What’s On Event’s Pages.