Florist wins Best Scottish Wedding Award with her unique twist on ‘everlasting’ bouquets

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A Kilwinning florist has become a winner at this year’s Scottish Wedding Awards.

Floral Derangement, property of creative Nicola Frearson, specializes in original “everlasting” flowers for unique brides.

The company, which started in 2017, was a finalist at last year’s awards ceremony but has now blossomed as the 2022 winner of the award Category Southwest Florist of the Year.

Over 500 wedding professionals from across the country gathered on Wednesday February 23 at the Marriott Hotel in Glasgow to celebrate their success.

Proud business owner Nicola said: “I am absolutely delighted that Floral Derangement have won the Regional Final for South West Florist of the Year at the 9th Scottish Wedding Awards 2022. It is a fantastic achievement by to be not only nominated and awarded, but voted for by my satisfied customers and how much they loved their handmade paper flowers.

“I’m a small, one-woman business where every flower is handcrafted and made to the design and demands of couples around the world. My designs can range from an elegant and simple design to something with a bit of bling. or work in a family heirloom, or even create a favorite book, song or Star Wars in flowers!If it’s made out of paper, I can make a flower out of it.And the best thing about flowers in paper is that they can be kept and cherished for years after the big day as a fond wedding keepsake.

“As a Wedding Awards nominee in 2020 and now winning at the Regional Finals made me feel over the moon and I don’t think I’m going to fall down any time soon.”

A spokesperson for the Scottish Wedding Awards 2022 said: “The wedding industry plays a vital role in the country’s economy and enhances the local community by employing hundreds of people.

“The wedding industry has had a tough few years, but these finalists have succeeded through hard work and dedication. The awards are proud to showcase those who promote excellence and turn any groom’s dream into a reality.

“We would like to congratulate all of the finalists and winners on their achievements and hope they will continue their incredible work.”

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