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We are super excited to share with you all our fab plans for Mother's Day. As always, we're working hard to keep it locally sourced and British grown and with this in mind bring you a wonderful workshop brimming with seasonal blooms, with brunch included for you to both enjoy.  Or, maybe a beautiful bouquet is more your bag?  All the details you'll need are set out below and should be pretty easy to order too, using our fab new on-line shop all, the links are included below.  Enjoy! 

Blooms and Brunch Mother's Day Workshop

Mother's Day is almost upon us (on Sunday March 11th, just in case you were wondering) and this year we are collaborating with Kelham Island's, multi award winning, The Milestone, to create the ultimate treat for your family's wonder woman, and what's more, you get to join in and learn a new skill too.

Campbell's Flowers and The Milestone are proud to present.........

Blooms and Brunch 
on Saturday 10th March  9.45 am - 12.00pm

We are delighted to bring you a luxe floristry masterclass headed up by multi award winning Campbell's Flowers Founder, Tracey Campbell, followed by a brunch with bubbles at The Milestone.

Our ticket to a marvellous Mother's Day treat, Blooms & Brunch kicks off at our Kelham Island studio at 9:45am (for a 10.00 am start) with a 2-hour workshop where you'll learn everything you need to know about creating a stunning table arrangement.  Once you and your mum have mastered this and indulged in some serious bonding, it's on to Sheffield's premier gastro pub The Milestone for a scrumptious brunch and a glass of fizz.

£100 per couple, with everything you need for your workshop, brunch and a glass of bubbles each included*.  Any additional people after the original couple are £45 each.

To book on to Blooms & Brunch just click in this link.

*this offer includes the brunch menu only, any additional purchases at The Milestone must be paid for on the day.
** for classes to run minimum numbers will apply.



Mother's Day Bouquets

We're pulling out all the stops to make sure the mum's of Sheffield are on the receiving end of all the pampering they deserve.  Top of our list is the ultimate luxe bouquet designed to show that wonder woman just how awesome she is (and score some serious brownie points too).


Featuring a gorgeous selection of seasonal blooms and beautiful foliage our bespoke bouquets will be designed to the usual high standard in our signature whimsical, natural style.  All beautifully packaged in a presentation bag and tissue paper, these will be a treat to treasure (just like your mum!).

All bouquets can be collected from our Kelham Island studio on Friday the 9th or Saturday the 10th March after 1pm, we are also offering a delivery service on Friday 9th March 2018 so mums can enjoy their gorgeous blooms for the whole weekend.  Just click on this link to order yours.

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Hi all,

It's always such a pleasure to work with the guys at Inner City Weddings and they do introduce us to some cracking couples.  Hollie and Craig got married September last year and couldn't have asked for better weather for their gorgeous outdoor ceremony at Yellow Arch Studios.  We are so lucky to be within bouquet tossing distance from such a great venue, not that we would toss any of your bouquets, we do take great care you know!

As you will see foliage was definitely key to all the designs for Hollie and Craig's day from the scaffolding archway right down to the buttonholes.  For her bouquet Hollie wanted an asymmetric design with plenty of texture and to include a range of foliage plus some waxflower, succulents, seed pods and berries.  For Hollie's crown T used eucalyptus, seed pods and populous which again was kept very loose and natural looking.

The bridesmaids had a smaller design using the same material but in a more unstructured posy style.  For the buttonholes the men had a sprig style featuring blue thistle and you guessed it, plenty of foliage.

A trend that a lot of our brides are choosing over more structured centre pieces is to have long trails of greenery running along this tables with small plants and arrangements dotted through it.  This works incredibly well on long tables but we have also been known to feature this design on round tables too!  We are very adaptable like that.

Massive thanks to Shelley at Kindred Photography for sending us this amazing images and big shout out to our industry pals Jenn Edwards and Co. for all the ladies hair and make up.  Scroll down and enjoy!


















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Hi all,

I do love our winter weddings and Charlotte and Steve's day was no exception.  I am not a big fan of the cold but my word the flowers do love it and T makes each bouquet look so wonderfully magical with the white and silver blooms that are around at this time of year.

The couple shared an intimate day, starting at Sheffield Town Hall and ending at Tamper coffee.  With the wedding being such an intimate affair, Charlotte and Steve took advantage of our collection service and picked the flowers up themselves.  This is something our super chilled couples want to do, especially if they've not too much to collect.

It wouldn't be right if we didn't mention Charlotte's dress as it's not only one of the swishiest dresses I have ever seen but..........wait for it............it had pockets!!  Have you ever heard of anything more perfect.

Massive thanks to Ellie Grace Photography for sharing the amazing images with us.  Scroll down and enjoy!












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Hi all,

Chloe and Andrew tied the knot at Middleton Lodge in June this year.  Chloe absolutely loved the Lodge so it was a no brainer when choosing the location for her wedding day.  Middleton Lodge also holds a special place my heart as this was the location of the first Wedding Industry Awards that I attended as a fully fledged Campbell's employee, great night!  Anyway, back to Chloe and Andrew, the couple wanted a fun, informal and relaxed day which definitely reflected in the loose styling of the flowers.

For her bouquet Chloe wanted quite a wild, asymmetric design with plenty of texture and pretty trails.  The flowers chosen were green lisianthus, green bell, eucalyptus pods, hydrangea, lilac campanula, lilac freesia, spray roses, bloom roses and tanacetum. 

The bridesmaids had more of a posy design but with some some small foliage trails.  The buttonholes were somewhere in between a focal and sprig style which looked stunning and featured flowers from the brides bouquet.

The venue flowers were such a joy to design with plenty of incredible blooms everywhere from the fireplace to decorating a kissing gate, you name it and we put flowers on it!  So on that note I would say sit back, scroll down and enjoy!

Massive thanks to Hayley Baxter Photography for the gorgeous images.














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Hi all,

So T has been wearing her thinking cap again as we wouldn't want to miss out on gorgeous couple's like Helen and Lex who were only after a bridal bouquet and buttonholes. We have decided to go with a Friday collection service for smaller weddings.  This will be specifically for couples who want our gorgeous T's designs (I mean, why wouldn't you!) but don't want the whole works!  More details of this new service we be out soon but in the meantime please enjoy the gorgeous Helen and Lex's wedding.

For her bouquet Helen wanted a very meadowy, 'just picked' feel using a selection of smaller and larger blooms to create texture.  Helen gave T full creative licence one which is always great as it shows a real trust in T's ability to create something amazing!

This stunning day was also featured on Festival Brides blog which you can check out by following this link.

Huge thanks to Magda K Photography for the gorgeous piccies!














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Hi all,

Well can you believe it, another year passed and another chance to do my annual round up.  This year we have worked on some incredible weddings from chic urban city centre venues to farms and barns out in the sticks, you name it we have done it.  The following pics are a selection of the weddings I have managed to blog this year in amongst the manic move and our award win, both of which I will mention later.  So here they are in all their glory and as always we are proud to say that we have still never made the same bouquet twice.  We would be nothing without our brides and we are so lucky to get to design for such unique, diverse and stylish couples.  Thank you for being you!

Rebecca and Liam - Tierney Photography 

Lorelle and Ben - Fiona Oliver Photography 

Merete and Peter - Aquilino Moreno

Abbie and Olly 

Charlie and Andrew - JS Coates Photography

Frances and Rob - Sam Reed Photography 

Rebecca and Sam - Cecelina Photography

Lottie and Paul - Drew Forsyth Photography 

Natalie and Scott - Marie Anson Photography


Emma and Daley - Ellie Grace Photography 

Kirsten and Matthew - Tierney Photography

Jen and Matt - Pixies in the Cellar

Sarah and Marc - Andy Hook

Kate and Russell - Ellie Grace Photography

Jen and Stephen - Eve Photography

We have been involved in some incredible concept shoots this year which have appeared on blogs such as Whimsical Wedding Wonderland, Rock My Wedding and Boho Weddings and Events.  We have plenty more planned for 2018 and we even have some shoots that we can't share with you as they have yet to appear in blogs or mags.  Here is an example of just a few.

Summer in the City


Photography - Maytree Photography  Hair and Make Up - Izzy Rose MUA

Urban Cool
Photography - Shelley Richmond  Hair and Make Up - Jenn Edwards and Co. 

Dutch Masters

Photography - Shelley Richmond Hair and Make Up - Jenn Edwards and Co. 

British Flowers Week

Photography - Ellie Grace Photography  Hair and Make Up - Izzy Rose MUA 

It wouldn't be right ending our 2017 blog without mentioning our move to the fabulous Albyn Works at Kelham Island and our award win as we scooped Wedding Florist of the Year for Yorkshire and the North East at The Wedding Industry Awards.  Taking on a brand new studio was a big decision for T but one well made as it's such a great place to work.  It has given us the freedom and space to create and expand and we can't wait for what 2018 has to bring.





Thanks so much for reading and thanks again for making 2017 our year.  Bring on 2018!!

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Hi all,

So as you will have seen from our previous post we are officially up and running right here in the heart of Kelham Island.  T and the girls have been working hard to get our Christmas collection all ready for you.  It's packed full of festive goodness and we would love nothing more than to see it in your home, filling the place with Christmas cheer.

We have pretty much sold out of our outdoor wreaths but have a few indoor wreaths which will last all year round.  All the items are listed below with details of how you can reserve or order them at the end.  Massive thanks to Maytree Photography for taking the fabulous piccies.

 Extra Large Wreath 

Wicker Wreath with Teasels 

Wicker Wreath with chillis 

Wicker Wreath with dried roses  

 Wicker Wreath with Pine Cones 

Wicker Wreath with dried hydrangea 

Table Arrangements from £45.00 

 Table Arrangements from £45.00 

 Table Arrangements from £45.00 

 Table Centre - from £35.00

 Garlands can be made to any length or design to suit your home


 Gift design with container from £40.00


We have lots of lovely plants and succulents to if you're looking for a gift idea ...

Wire Succulent Design 

 Cacti in Stone Pot

Succulent Garden in a large artisan concrete bowl

If you like what you see or want to order a bespoke centre piece or arrangement then please get in touch via e-mail to either campbellsflowers@gmail.com or amy.campbellsflowers@gmail.com.  We accept PayPal payments, direct transfer or payment in the studio on collection.  All major credit and debit cards are accepted.

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Hi all,

Massive thanks to everyone that came to see us over the weekend as we opened our studio doors for the first time.  Since then we have had a lovely flow of people popping in to check out our space and place orders which is so lovely.  Kelham Island had welcomed us with open arms!

Next week I will be posting all of our Christmas Collection, what's available and how to get hold of it so keep an eye out for that one!

Again a huge thanks to all our followers and fans and a big shout out to Danni from Maytree Photography for not only coming out to show her support but for taking some pretty awesome photos too.  













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Hi all,

Don't get us wrong, google has it's place and has brought us plenty of business but it is always great to meet our brides through word of mouth.  Our couples often find us through having done a friends or sisters wedding but we got introduced to Jen and Stephen by Jackie who is a regular attendee of our workshops which was really great as we have known her for ages, so it was really great to be a part of her son's big day last June at Dronfield Hall Barn.

The colour pallet was creams and blushes with a romantic, soft and pretty feel throughout all the designs.  For her bouquet Jen wanted the shape to be quite elongated so it pointed downwards when she held it.  The flowers included were peonies, lisianthus, astrantia roma, waxflower, lavender, spray roses, carnations, rosemary and eucalyptus.

The bridesmaids had similar flowers but in more of a posy style with the super cute flower girl sporting a dainty waxflower crown complete with her very own wand.  Buttonholes were kept to a rustic sprig style.

The venue was made complete with a really stunning flower curtain which you will see was lovingly put up by Izzy and T.  They are so cool to do and look incredible.

Massive thanks to Eve Photography for the gorgeous pics, we love them.




















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Hi all,

Feedback from our brides is a wonderful thing and with us entering the TWIA again this year it gave us the perfect opportunity to catch up with some of our past brides which was so lovely.  Completely unexpected but very welcome was this lovely feedback e-mail that we got from Ciara and Ricky, one of our lovely couples from July this year.

The e-mail read like this:

"Dear Tracey and the team,

We just wanted to get in touch and say thank you from the bottom of our hearts for providing the most beautiful flowers I've ever seen for our wedding!

Tracey and her team mede me feel at ease for the very first phone call.  I was planning  my Sheffield wedding whilst living in London so a lot of our correspondence was over the phone and e-mail.  From a few chats and Pinterest swapping sessions they absolutely nailed exactly what was in my head - then made it 10 times better!

I couldn't recommend Campbell's enough; they really care about you and your wedding and you feel that from every interaction (If you girls every get stressed then you certainly do a great job of hiding it!!).  You're all so calm, lovely and fun and an absolute joy to work with.  In a world of boring wedding flowers - Campbell's offer a creative alternative that goes above and beyond to reflect your personality into your day.

Thank you Thank you Thank you
Much love
Ciara and Ricky "

And that is exactly why we do what we do!







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