Bridal Creations with Attitude
It began in 2008 when Jaime and Pete Ball (hence the name, Jamball) decided to go with their personal dream of producing hand made items at their wedding, sourcing buttons from Grandma's button box, coupled with a fantastic contribution from friends and their family.This gave their wedding day creations a personal and sentimental feel which intrigued and excited their guests.
Jamball think of themselves as button florists who create handmade bouquets and other wedding items from recycled felts, upcycled buttons, beads and brooches. Every flower on every bouquet produced is totally unique. Everything is hand cut, hand sewn and put together using individual vintage buttons, making every bouquet truly exclusive to each bride. The bride can choose a colour scheme or even a theme for the wedding items, Jamball will carry this through from the corsages, to the table decorations to the bouquets - whatever your requirement Jamball are ready to put your ideas into reality with their adorable creations. And whats more there's no need to worry about drying and pressing your flowers as a keepsake - your whole bouquet is your keepsake. It will never wilt and die and doesn't even need watering - a beautiful timeless reminder of your special day. All their bouquets are made incorporating a unique freestanding tree design (unless traditional bouquet is preferred).
There is no better day than your Wedding Day to do what you love. Your celebration should be a celebration of what makes you YOU, and these amazing bouquets and accessories are the ultimate in personal and eclectic breaking free from constriction and the conventional.
Jamball is considered one of UK's most creative alternative bouquet makers, with orders coming in from around the world. From Hello Kitty to Doctor Who, Peacocks to Banksy or Rainbows to The Day of the Dead any theme is possible. Jaime and Pete have worked on an enormous amount of projects since 2010 when Jamball was set up as a business.
Have a browse through the selection of images above and feel free to contact Jaime and Pete for further information.