An English country wedding to inspire and swoon about. Pippa and James’ wedding ceremony was adorned with blooms in soft pinks, whites and greenery. Peony, Sweet Pea, Astilbe, Freesia, Waxflower, Greenbell and Alchemilla Mollis featured in Pippa’s bouquet. Alongside those flowers, we see large soft pink English Roses in the lavish floral arrangements that garnished the church’s entry.
It’s a timeless and elegant look, here’s our tips for achieving this style for your own wedding day:READ MOREContinue Reading
Picking the perfect bouquet can feel quite overwhelming; there are many flowers, shapes, colours and sizes to choose from. While choosing colours and flowers is a whole different process, sizing and style usually stems from what you and your bridal party will be wearing on the day. Here’s what we’ve learnt over the years:READ MOREContinue Reading
Planning a wedding is stressful enough without having to figure out the difference between a boutonnière and a buttonhole (hint: there is none), or a trailing and a teardrop bouquet. To simplify things, we’ve created a glossary with all the terms you might hear or read in your research and wedding flower planning.
Our guide is rather extensive, there is no need to remember everything on the list. Often more than not your florist will understand what you mean from a general description. And of course, if you’ve come across a term that’s not on the list please leave a comment and we will define it for you and add it to the list.READ MOREContinue Reading
Stunning on their own, grouped together or among other flowers, there is nothing quite like a Peony. Cultivated for over 2,000 years and prized by flower lovers, Peonies are timeless. They we’re voted by Sydney for Aleena’s bouquet when we did the Morning
There are many different varieties of Peonies, the more popular varieties are the double forms. Peonies come in either a single form with 5 or more petals and a fluffy yellow centre or in a double form with ruffled petals.
Colours include white, pink (most fragrant blooms), peach, scarlet red and dark maroons, as well as a rare yellow.READ MORE
While some consider rain on your wedding to be lucky, if you let it, rain can really ruin your special day especially when you’ve planned a beautiful outdoor wedding. So, with all the rainy and unpredictable Spring weather we’ve had so far, we wanted to share our rainy-day tips!Continue Reading
We can’t get over the beautiful floral wall that adorned Kim and Kayne’s wedding, and apparently neither can you!
A few of our brides have been asking about this beautiful wall of flowers for their wedding so we thought we’d write a post on how to get the look. If you don’t have the $100,000+ to copy the look exactly, here are Helen’s tips on how to get the look on a budget: READ MOREContinue Reading