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About

At Petals and Pixels, we are a husband-and-wife team doing two things, flowers and photography, predominantly for weddings. 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.

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Alison Brodie

22 August 2019

Antony and Deborah provided an amazing service at our recent wedding. Ours was a very relaxed informal day which Antony captured perfectly in our lovely photos. Deborah’s flowers were fab, just what I was looking for and achieved with very little direction from me! I found them both to be extremely helpful, professional and completely unobtrusive on the day. I would highly recommend their services. More...

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Some say it is the 3 C's - confidence, communication and collaboration, others say it is the 3 L's - luck, luck and luck. However with £1,000's of equipment, training, experience and general understanding of how a shot should look like - it is all about being in the right place, with the right equipment and making everything look so special.

There are so many - but making sure that you will get a designated person you can liaise with on the day and an itinerary is a good start.

Getting that shot. The one that you were not expecting - but tells you everything about a couple, an event or the day itself. And the fact that not one day is the same and that no wedding is the same as the last one.

After 20 years of working in partnership - it was decided that we had a unique selling point that married into our own understanding of "grow local" and "buy local" - so that we put together the two services of growing from seed our own cut flowers and providing full professional wedding photography.

Hopefully they will buy into our philosophy of using local services, but even if this is not the case, because we offer excellent customer service on two fronts, flowers (petals) and photographs (pixels).