Liberty Lane is a bespoke floral design studio based in the South West, and covering all of the U.K and further afield. Our studio is located in Chipping Campden in the heart of the Cotswolds, but we offer consultations throughout the U.K. and via Skype depending on our wedding schedule. Recently, we were lucky enough to work on a beautiful wedding in Brisbane, Australia and this has given us not only the travel bug but the desire to work with new and unusual products not always readily available in the U.K. We love to explore new places so please do get in touch if you are planning a wedding or event outside our immediate location. In the 2019 wedding season alone we are covering London, Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Yorkshire and many more locations. Liberty Lane was founded by Jennie Evans in 2016. Jennie was born and brought up in Yorkshire, but recently spent several years living in Australia. After getting married and returning from living in Sydney, she trained in floral design in Bath, Somerset, and founded Liberty Lane. She is determined to make the wedding planning process special for her clients, not only by using incredible flowers and foliage and thinking about her designs down to the very last detail, but by the way she meets and forms close working relationships with every single one of her brides and grooms.
She says, ‘I am sentimental to a fault and this job completely exploits that part of my personality. I can sit down with a client, dream up a vision and create something truly unique which evokes memories for the rest of their lives… that is just amazing to me’.
So many people ask where the name ‘Liberty Lane’ came from… It is a mixture of feelings and emotions – quintessential British cottage gardens, the changing seasons, a pride in Yorkshire and Britain in general, nostalgia for times gone by, beautiful little bits and pieces collected and treasured, and a deep love for British grown everything.
Jennie recently moved to Gloucestershire with her husband, Sam, and they could not be happier to be in such a beautiful part of the U.K.