Helen Jane Floristry

About Helen

I’m one of those lucky people who is doing a job I love, with the pleasure of being surrounded by beautiful flowers! The main work takes place in The Flower Room at my home in Glinton, Cambridgeshire, giving easy access to Peterborough, Stamford and the surrounding area.

As a floral designer, my focus is on creating imaginative and innovative flower designs using all those beautiful materials that nature has provided us with.


uniquely beautiful creations

I do love a challenge...

… so this year I have been creating rustic archways filled with twinkling fairy lights, decorating marquees with hanging planks draped with flowers and trailing foliage and filling milk churns with fabulous floral displays… not to mention all those bridal bouquets, bridesmaid posies, buttonholes and centrepieces. Very ably assissted by Nicky, I'm very pleased to say!

I just adore the creative aspects of being a wedding and event florist, but secretly relish sorting out all those logistical nightmares too. And luckily my special furry friend, Bonnie, is always close at hand to help keep an eye on things!

Can’t wait to see what 2018 will bring…

Helen Jane and Bonnie the dog

I work as an independent florist and am not tied to a shop, which means I can offer a very flexible service. All flowers and fresh materials are ordered in specifically for you, enabling me to ensure they are in peak condition for your special day. And I take great pride in personally ensuring that your flowers and floral arrangements arrive at their destination in superb condition and are perfectly placed to look their very best.

And just to give you that extra reassurance that I know what I’m doing, I am fully qualified in all aspects of floristry, have been running my business since 2010 and have received numerous awards for my work.

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