About Steph Lovell Flowers
Steph is a modern florist based on the Surrey / Hampshire border in Camberley. She takes a contemporary and natural style to her work, working with unique flowers (she doesn’t do the standard basic flowers!) researching and understanding exactly what is popular and on trend year to year.
Steph is a modern florist based on the Surrey / Hampshire border in Camberley, Surrey. She takes a contemporary style to her work, taking pleasure in researching and understanding exactly what is popular and on trend.
Steph started out working in many floral shops within Surrey and Hampshire and has been in the floral industry 6 years. She then studied at college for 3 years and achieved Level 4 Higher Diploma in Floristry.
Specialising in weddings and events, Steph has created endless floral arrangements for a wide variety of venues. She design’s a range of different size weddings, from a small intimate wedding to a grand celebration. We have dressed many wedding venues such as Millbridge Court, Bury Court, Gate Street Barn, Epsom Downs Racecourse, Wasing Park, Silchester Farm, Northbrook Park and many more beautiful venues.
The floristry industry is always changing, and it’s really important to keep up with the current and popular styles within floristry and artistry. There are so many different flowers and foliage around nowadays and with everyone’s flower tastes being so varied, there are endless possible creations. Everyone is entitled to have their floral piece how they desire and that’s exactly what Steph Lovell Flowers will create for you! We like to work with what is in season as that is when the flower is at its best quality.
Steph has been awarded ‘Best florist in Surrey 2021’ by Muddy Stilettos and came first place in a floristry competition at The South of England Show in 2018. She was also fortunate enough to be selected to be featured on the Netflix show ‘The Big Flower Fight’ – watch now!
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