Q&A with the JMFS team



To kick-start what is sure to be a fun and flower-filled spring/summer wedding season (and bid adieu to months of lockdown!), we thought we'd quiz the JMFS team on all things floristry! The questions aren't exactly hard-hitting, but they are playful, interesting and diverse - just like our team. Hopefully they allow gorgeous JMFS couples to get to know us all a little better too.


Here's to freedom, warmer days and beautiful spring flowers!


Photography: Fox & Fern

Photography: Little Black Bow

What is your favourite JMFS hire item?

Jade - So many! I've fallen for the terracotta linen napkins recently though, and have always loved our copper metal chairs (which are regularly used at signing tables). Our emerald velvet petal chair is stunning too.

Claire - Our triangle arbour.

Bethan - The new linen napkins are super dreamy.

Dave - Anything classic and expensive-looking!

Laine - The scandi bamboo lounge setting is so beautiful. I would steal it for my own backyard!

Brooke - I'm with Jade - I love the terracotta linen napkins.

Nash - The double peacock chair is currently my favourite.

Julie - Timber rounds as they look great with a jar of flowers.

Claudie - I'm hopping on the terracotta linen napkins bandwagon too!


Favourite JMFS wedding?

Jade - I'm going to go with Gabby & Matt out in the Watagan Mountains. It was the first after many months and reminded me why I do what I do and that covid will not beat me! Shedding a tear with the mother of the bride got me as well.

Claire - Anything at Circa 1876.

Bethan - Just before this last lockdown, we did a beautiful one at Fernbank Farm with lots of dried textural elements. So gorgeous!

Dave - Circa is always such a dreamy setting.

Laine - Amie & Matt - lots of textures.

Brooke - I loved Amie & Matt's wedding too. The table settings were so elegant!

Nash - Merran & Ryan at VAMP - the colours were bold and luxurious.

Julie - Too many to choose from!

Claudie - Merran & Ryan's wedding is my favourite as well. I just loved all the rich, moody colours.