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Flowers

At Petals and Pixels, we are a husband-and-wife team doing two things, flowers and photography. The majority of the cut flowers come straight from our own smallholding and nearby farm in the Scottish Borders, and allow us to provide fresh and gorgeous selections that are in season and grown locally. In effect we grow to order and there are no air miles to consider, so we are more "green" than most.

Grown - not flown

Photography

 

On offer is a time-served photographer who can be booked for your big event in the Scottish Borders, who for the last 20 years or so has been to most of the venues in the area and knows his way about the complexities of photographing from every angle. Booked together or separately, we look forward to discussing and realising your plans in more detail.

Meet The Team

Deborah Sherlock

Florist (Petals)

No matter how small or large your order is, Deborah will get it done quickly and efficiently to the desired brief as discussed in advance. The art of floristry is no mystery and by using good home-grown flowers, a little flair and imagination, and understanding customer requests - the results will look amazing. Check out the "shop" section for more details and of course if you prefer to discuss everything in more detail - just get in touch.

Antony Sherlock

Photographer (Pixels)

Like many photographers he is self-taught and with over 20 years of photography and now operating as a freelance photographer, Antony has been there, seen it and photographed it. Using a Nikon D750 camera with a selection of lenses, every aspect of the wedding day can be covered. Likewise as a CAA approved drone operator, any aerial images can be another amazing add-on "subject to weather" of course. Check out the "shop" section for more details and if you prefer to discuss everything in more detail - just get in touch.

 

Contact

Petals and Pixels, Thorn Cottage, Hyndsidehill, Gordon, Scottish Borders, TD3 6LY

07813 630 457

©2018 by Petals and Pixels. Images copyright - Antony Sherlock