"It takes a village to raise a child" African proverb which reflects the emphasis African cultures place on family and community Happy Birthday to my baby business, The Floral Design Boutique! A whole 2 years since we hit the launch button and what an incredible 2 years it's been. I've been fortunate enough to travel far and wide to some of Scotland's top wedding venues looking after your wedding flowers, from Bridal bouquets and buttonholes to centrepieces and floral arches!
You've seen an idiot abroad right? Well I was the Karl Pilkington of the Floristry world when I started out on my journey to Holland in August. I've traveled to far flung places as well, on my own, but you would have though I'd never left the village I live in if you'd have seen me in action. Delays, trying to get to the front of the plane - ending up at the back, sprinting though airports to find out there was no need. Even on the way home thinking it cant go like that again
It's true, I have. I quit my job - to pursue my career! (ha ha, sorry to my wedding couples if I had you a wee bit worried there!) I have finally quit my day job to give my business 100% of my attention and I am beyond excited (and scared, and nervous) but mostly EXCITED!
I've been involved in Floristry for over 10 years now. It started when I worked in banking, I was 21 and hadn't a clue what I wanted to do with my life. I was doing well in my job, hitting targets, being p