Joanna, who has lived in Cornwall all her life, finished her training as a florist in 2005. Since then she has gained much experience working as a wedding florist at the many beautiful wedding venues studded throughout the County of Cornwall.

Sunny Cornish coastline

Joanna is passionate about flowers and foliage and has always wanted to come back to her creative roots and love of flowers, so when the opportunity arose for her to train as a florist she felt that she had finally found her niche.

She delivers a very personal service interpreting each couple’s ideas and always looks forward to creating both unique and original wedding flower designs.

Consultations can be held at her workshop/home in Crantock or at your chosen wedding venue/s.

She is able to work to all budgets and what ever your wedding style may be, Joanna will design your flowers to suit and will have them delivered fresh to your venue and/or home on your special day.

Her attention to detail, quality of work and creative eye will ensure that your flowers will be beautiful and enhance your wedding day completely.

Smiling lady delivering wedding flowere

Why Rafflesia Wedding Flowers? It all came about when she travelled through Indonesia in 2001. She was fortunate enough to see the legendary Rafflesia arnoldi flower – the largest flower in the world – in full bloom even though it was out of season.
After reading up on this plant and finding out it’s Latin name she loved the way the written word looked and although the flower itself is not related to wedding flowers in anyway, it is the largest flower in the world, it is rare and fairly hard to locate and the flower only lasts for a few days, it only grows naturally in Sumatra and Borneo and it is named after the founder of Singapore, Sir Stamford Raffles. Joanna therefore feels extremely lucky to have seen such an amazing flower in its native environment and therefore decided to use this beautiful word for her business name.

Rafflesia Arnoldi flower
Rafflesia Arnoldi flower