Welcome to The Flower Studio – where a passion for design and a love of nature are the driving forces behind our business.
Our qualified and experienced designer are fluent in the ‘Language of Flowers’ and believe that a bouquet or arrangement of fresh flowers are the best way to send a message to your loved ones. They will make even the simplest combination of flowers in to something truly stunning.
We invite you to our boutique shops in Tynwald Mills, St John’s where you can walk in and hand pick your own flowers while allowing your senses to experience all the sights and scents of a true floral studio. We love working with nature’s seasons, so our stock changes constantly but you can always be guaranteed the highest grade flowers and plants from our local and international suppliers.
The natural beauty of the Isle of Man encourages us to care for our environment, so we recycle all of our green waste, cardboard and paper, as well as using recycled items such as tin cans and glass bottles in our designs.
All of our designs are available for delivery Island wide, from Monday to Saturday or we can arrange for your flowers to be delivered to friends and families around the world through our carefully selected network of independent florists.
We wouldn't be anything without the team of people that work at The Flower Studio - here are some of them!
Trained at Writtle College and in two top London Florists, Heidi is inspired by nature and driven by providing excellent customer service.
Her portfolio already boasts a wide range of achievements, including being part of Writtle Colleges’ medal winning teams at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in 2005, 2006 and 2008. She was honoured to be invited to design a bouquet and present it to HRH Queen Elizabeth II at the 2006 show. Heidi has also had one of her wedding designs appear on the front page of the Society of Floristry magazine, Focal Point, and in the Fusion Flowers Wedding Magazine as well as her own wedding appearing in Perfect Wedding!
Since the birth of her daughter, who is often found 'helping' in the shops, her inspiration for design has been influenced more by reusing and recycling natural and manmade materials and returning to the roots of her passion for flowers with simplistic and rustic creations.
Before moving to the island I graduated at Edinburgh college of art , gaining an honours degree in Stained glass and Fine Art Painting and Drawing. I worked and lived as an artist in Edinburgh for 17 years.
I have worked in floristry for over 4years to date. Flowers and plants have always been a source of inspiration for me and I continue to enjoy sketching and painting them, preferring the less cultivated, oddly shaped, more organic looking shapes and forms.
I am fascinated by the way flowers grow in the busiest most built up areas, through cracks in the pavenments or walls. Against all odds the will to survive in the face of adversity is something that always makes me smile. For me it’s a little bit of magic.