May Day Posies. Sunday was May Day or Beltain if you want to say the correct Pagan name for this festival. Unfortunately / fortunately (which ever way you look at it) I was in Cornwall reviewing a property near St Ives. My #maydayposies had to wait until today when I was home in Bristol and
Over the past three years I have celebrated May Day, I love this seasonal ritual. Back in 2013, whilst researching for an article I was writing, I discovered the ancient Pagan tradition of ‘May Day Posies’, small posies of flowers left on friends / neighbours doorsteps to celebrate Srping. So inspired by this I decided to
Wow, how amazing was it yesterday on Instagram? Under the tag #NITHMayDay, my feed was filled with an abundance of floral beauties! I became quite overwhelmed with the variety of stunning arrangements and by how many people across the world joined in to celebrate this beautiful old Pagan tradition.
May Day is nearly here, soon it will be time for May Day Posies!. I want this year to be the biggest yet, with everyone joining in, giving and receiving beautiful jars of hand picked blooms. If you are new to the blog, or would like a recap, let me tell you a little about
So we are officially in SPRING! It may be still blooming cold, and chucking it down with rain – but hey, at least Winter is behind us. Time to look forward to the warmer months. And so, as Tolstoys quote says, now is the time to plan for things to do in the upcoming months –
Time for another instalment of the SISTERHOOD weekend. You may remember in my last post, last week, I left you hanging after the amazing floral workshop with Erin. So after we had arranged, adorned and had a blissful few hours playing with British grown blooms, we headed to the warm inside and a session with
Where has May gone? One minute we were all making May Day posies, and the next? Well we are marking the end of May with warm weather and misty blue skies. May is the most dreamiest of months, we can truly bask in the floral wonder as Spring makes it way into Summer. Lilacs are
Work / life balance just lately has been strained. I have been so busy with Littlegreenshed (exciting plans are on the horizon, I’ll tell you all about it soon), plus the organisation of SISTERHOOD, has left me feeling overwhelmed and utterly exhausted. So when Crocs asked me to share what my perfect day off would be,