HANNAH JACKSON

Hello my name is Hannah and I am a qualified florist and flower grower based in South Yorkshire and from my small workshop & micro flower patch I am passionate about bringing you beautiful, ethical flowers with integrity.  

Inspired by nature and the seasons, and my love of gardens, I offer gift bouquets, flowers for the home - both of which can be delivered within a 15 mile radius - seasonal wreaths and planters, eco-friendly sympathy tributes and, because it is important to me for each wedding to be unique and special, I take on a handful of weddings a year. 

I am passionate about using seasonal, artisan flowers in all my work, often grown by me or sourced from a network of local and British growers, which supports independent local business and reduces the miles your flowers have to travel. 

I strive to use eco-friendly techniques which means most my designs are biodegradable and I try and limit the use plastic and cellophane, opting for traditional techniques such as chicken wire, moss and gift wrapping in paper or hessian.

Contact me via e-mail, on my mobile or via my Instagram page

HANNAH JACKSON

Hello my name is Hannah and I am a qualified florist and flower grower based in South Yorkshire and from my small workshop & micro flower patch I am passionate about bringing you beautiful, ethical flowers with integrity.  

Inspired by nature and the seasons, and my love of gardens, I offer gift bouquets, flowers for the home - both of which can be delivered within a 15 mile radius - seasonal wreaths and planters, eco-friendly sympathy tributes and, because it is important to me for each wedding to be unique and special, I take on a handful of weddings a year. 

I am passionate about using seasonal, artisan flowers in all my work, often grown by me or sourced from a network of local and British growers, which supports independent local business and reduces the miles your flowers have to travel. 

I strive to use eco-friendly techniques which means most my designs are biodegradable and I try and limit the use plastic and cellophane, opting for traditional techniques such as chicken wire, moss and gift wrapping in paper or hessian.

Contact me via e-mail, on my mobile or via my Instagram page

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FAREWELL FLOWERS

 

Flowers at a funeral are a beautiful way to say goodbye to someone & a way to celebrate their life, truly capturing their personality. 

Flowers represent so much more than the sum of their parts.  Their scent & colour can evoke memories of a loved one, a special occasion, a forgotten garden from childhood, a certain place in time.

My work is a little bit different from the usual sympathy flowers in that I incorporate an abundance of natural materials in my work, embrace imperfections & use British & locally grown flowers from independent growers, or from my cutting garden whenever possible.  Whilst I can work to a particular colour scheme & concept I cannot promise specific flowers.  But I can promise that the tributes I create will be made up of the the freshest, seasonal blooms available.  They are the fragile, fleeting & scented type & in harmony with nature.   

 

The variety of flowers that are available to us in the UK during the summer months is wonderfully varied & extensive & changes from week to week depending on the weather & supply.  Due to our climate flowers are scarce in the winter months so I use alternative options such as living wreaths & planters or dried flower tributes that can be kept for a long time afterwards.  Flower varieties that are available during November to February include scented narcissi, paperwhites, alstromeria & a beautiful assortment of foliage.  When spring emerges there are daffodils, tulips, hellebores, hyacinths, catkins & blossom to choose from.

I’m proud to be an Associate member of the Association of Green Funeral Directors  & don’t use floral foam/Oasis in my work but opt for more natural techniques & materials such as moss & chicken wire.  My farewell tributes will degrade naturally & are suitable for anyone having a woodland or natural burial.  Coffin sprays can be made in sections so that they can be shared out between family members. 

I can meet with you and  family members to discuss your requirements either at your home or your chosen funeral directors or we can do a telephone meeting.

I offer a service where I can visit the garden of your loved one & use flowers & foliage grown by them to be incorporated in the farewell tribute, which makes it very personal.  This will incur an extra charge to cover travel/time. 

 

I am based in Yorkshire & for your convenience I deliver farewell flowers free of charge to any funeral director within 5 miles of my workshop currently at S64, but I am also able to deliver outside this area.  Please contact me for a delivery cost.   You are most welcome to collect flowers from me if you prefer.  

PAYMENTS

On receipt of your order, an invoice will be prepared.  Payments accepted via bank transfer & due upon receipt of invoice.  

 

Please get in touch via the contact form

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Click on the images in the gallery below for examples of my work & prices, which is for guidance only. 
All my work is bespoke & I work closely with you to create a personal tribute & prepare a quotation that reflects this.