About The Nagundo Tree
Creating whimsical and dramatic floral displays inspired by the nature around us while demonstrating the English seasons. Ash Claydon runs her beloved Floral Design Studio from her home in Beaconsfield, a short walk down a track from where she ever so lovingly grows her crop of seasonal delights.
We create wedding flowers with a wild and natural essence, from bridal bouquets, to hanging meadows and everything in between for couples in Amersham, the Chilterns, and greater London area.
The Nagundo Tree create bespoke florals for couples who want to create a personal and unique wedding scene.
Our tailored designs express each couples personalities and individuality, as we work closely with you in making your visions come alive.
Kathryn and Si
“Ash at The Nagundo Tree managed to bring all my dreams and ideas to life for our wedding. She got exactly what I wanted and delivered it and then so much more. Natural, seasonal, relaxed but yet exquisitely beautiful, the flowers she did for our wedding were just so amazing. Thanks so much Ash for being able to get in to my mind and then making the results 100% better. You are awesome and the best!”
Tom and Ellie
“Ash was our wonderful florist for our wedding at the Kings Chapel. We were blown away by her dedication, passion and commitment. After expressing that we were keen to bring elements of the 1920s to our wedding, Ash was filled with ideas that were executed expertly on our big day. You won’t meet a nicer, home-grown-driven and eco-conscious florist!”
Chris and Kat
“Ash created our stunning wedding flowers. We couldn’t have been happier with her creations. So many people commented on all of our flowers and foliage, photos hardly do it justice. Ash is really friendly, approachable, helpful and knowledgeable. It felt like she really took her time to understand what we were like as people and made sure our wedding flowers captured exactly what we were after. Since the wedding I have also used Ash for mothers day flowers, and funeral arrangements – both of which were equally incredible. Forever thankful I found The Nagundo Tree via Instagram ”