Henny Lynne Flowers


Natural and elegant flowers with individual thought for weddings, events and intimate dinner parties.

Henny Davison, who specialises in event floristry and weddings, trained at the renowned Kenneth Turner Flower School in London. Since 2003 she has worked as a freelance florist and has built up a successful portfolio of weddings, parties and home arrangements.

From a very early age, growing up in the East Anglian countryside, she has had a passion for flowers and the effect they can have on their surroundings. Her designs range from elegant and stylish to wispy, shabby chic and can create arrangements for an intimate dinner party or for the large marquee event.

Henny and her team have arranged flowers in many prestigious buildings from Palaces, restaurants, hotels, beautiful homes, churches, cathedrals and marquees  in London and throughout the UK. She's worked with many interesting and talented people including interior designers, set designers and event stylists.  Her work has appeared in Hello, Wedding Flowers, Country Life and local magazines.

Henny prides herself in working closely with her clients to meet the specific demands and needs of the individual. She offers a free consultation in the comfort of your own home where she will bring over her portfolio of work along with flower magazines to get a clear picture of what the client desires.

Henny Lynne Flowers has many testimonials from previous happy brides and clients for your final reassurance and offers a personal trip the New Covent Garden Flower Market to help you choose your flowers and suggests ideas and colours for your event or wedding.

Henny has been a keen supporter of organic farming for the best part of her life. She grew up eating leaves and berries thanks to her mother's strong belief that organic and wild produce was not only better and richer for your bodies but was good to the environment and it supported harm less methods of farming. Henny is very keen to encourage more organically grown flowers and also to support and build on local flowers and English growers. Ideally she would like to reduce the flowers flown from around the world. Why get Sweet Peas or Daffodils from other European countries when in the past England has been known for its "Wordsworth Daffodil" and sweet peas are a part of every English Country garden!