Wild Evie is a wedding floral design studio based in Guildford. Owner Genevieve is a highly talented florist who has been working in the industry since she was 14 years old. She loves creating personalised arrangements filled with natural beauty, adding an elegant flourish to each occasion.
The team at Wild Evie takes pride in the personal service they provide to each client. They aim to understand the desired style and aesthetic of every couple, creating a bespoke arrangement suited to their celebration. As an added experience, this team can also deliver and set up your custom flowers at your venue.
1 Reviews for Wild Evie
Recommended by 100% of couples
Gen A. · Married on 01/12/2019
We could not recommend her enough!
When we started to plan our wedding, I knew I had to ask Gen to help me with the flowers. I remember telling her: please can I have natural, purples, blues, not too stiff and lots of little delicate touches. After talking through some ideas I knew she totally understood what I wanted.Sent on 14/05/2021
A few days before the wedding I went to see some of them, and I can’t begin to tell you how happy that made me. Even though they were in buckets all over the floor, they looked wonderful.
On the day, she did so much; the flower girls hair pieces, my hair piece, bridesmaids bouquets, the table scapes, the main table runner for the ceremony. However, the piece that made me want to cry was my bouquet. It was as though she had delved into my ideas and put them altogether in the most beautiful way.
The most special part for me about the flowers, was that at the end of the day each couple/table could take a little bunch home in the hand made vases with gorgeous memories of the day.
Flowers are such an integral part of your day and yet unless you are a florist, you know the least about. However, I promise Gen will turn all those ideas/images into reality. She’s calm, kind, helpful and most importantly she listens to your ideas and will help you have the best day of your lives. We could not recommend her enough.