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NOTICE: There is very limited availability left in the diary for weddings this year so we recommend making contact soon, but we are fully open for Spring 2023 and beyond. If you are a bride or groom hoping to book us for your wedding please email firstname.lastname@example.org We offer local bouquet delivery year round! So if you have a celebration in the calendar and would like a special floral gift drop us an email for more information. With emphasis on natural formations inspired by the seasons, Honour Farm Flowers practices thoughtful, sustainable and responsibly sourced floristry for all occasions. Homegrown, 'undone' flowers, often native or inspired by folklore are what we're passionate about creating. Bringing the beauty and magic of our tenderly grown flowers to your special day or event. Having a positive impact on the environment is important to us. We seasonally grow our own cut flowers attracting essential pollinators and supporting British wildlife. We strive to use as little plastic as possible, always engineering new ideas to avoid excess waste and all our designs are completely floral foam free. We have recently embarked on a long term project of creating a small scale regenerative flower farm at our home in Brontë Country, West Yorkshire. You may also know us as Common Daisy, Floral Design. As we move into this new chapter we are rebranding the business to align with our new property, Honour Farm. Our goal is to cultivate organically grown British cut flowers to be made available to florists, retailers and for our own production of sustainable floral designs for weddings and events. If you are a florist requiring wholesale from 2023, we will have line sheets of availability each week from Spring, until then what we have available can be sporadic. We have a secondary instagram profile @honourfarmflowers - this is where you'll find images of what is in flower as soon as the crops are ready, do go and follow to be in the first to know. I'm always open to chat over new ideas or to discuss interesting collaborative projects - it'd love to hear from you. Hattie Shackleton x