Whether there is rain, hail or sunshine - a wedding like Gemma and Brent’s manages to sweep away the muggy weather and bring in some incredible colour into the day! The most beautiful, vibrant coloured blooms, roses, peach dahlias, trailing phalaenopsis orchids and those begonia leaves - WOW!
For this week we love we had Katerina (@lustlist_) show off her blooms in her home. Showing how versatile this pretty bunch can really be!
PINK. ALWAYS. A gorgeous arrangement of blooms including proteas, roses, kale and chrysanthemums in strong pink tones backed with beautiful greenery.
Kavi and Raminda had the most BEAUTIFUL and exciting wedding, we were so honoured to take part in it. It was filled with so much life, with beautiful colours and culture and the photos are perfection! There were two ceremonies and a reception, the first ceremony being at Mater Dei Chapel and the second ceremony at Bendooley Estate followed by the reception in the book barn. Kavi looked beautiful and we LOVE the dresses!
Photography: James Day
Shannen and Troy were one of our first weddings of the year, January being one of the hottest times of the year yet that didn’t stop these beautiful blooms from looking more alive than ever! For Shannen, we started the year off with some bouquets filled with lush roses, fresh dahlias with simplistic sprigs of green foliage, topped off with a stunning trailing ribbon. And for Troy, a classic white rose bound with twine!
Lorraine & Kian’s wedding was held right here, in local Camden! We love these beautiful photos of the two. Stunning, full and lush blooms with Lorraines bouquet in crisp white shades and the bridesmaids bouquets with hints of subtle peach tones.
Liza looked so so beautiful and sophisticated! Her flowers were stunning phalaenopsis orchids bunched with soft pink roses and dusty miller. The reception venue had stunning gold throughout that allowed the flowers to stand out, the colours were a different touch with pops of saturated purples and moody roses.
This week we love - Merryn’s (@merrynamy) beautiful arrangement looking so effortlessly GORGEOUS with the ever so cute - Toby the cat (how lucky we are to have ambassadors with dogs & cats that love blooms as much as we do!).
Autumn doesn't have to be dark and deep and super moody... this week we love new season crisp white tulips, berry tones roses, fluffy sedum, sculptural anthuriums and the sweetest little hot pink bunny tails (don't they just make you think of Easter eggs?!)
This wedding was ANOTHER one of our favs from 2018! So simplistic yet stunning - crisp white blooms, phalaenopsis orchids, roses and stems of delphinium are a match made in heaven - speaking of, Ashleigh & Kurtis were too! We loved being apart of their magical day and these photos turned out incredible. Photography: The Evoke Company Venue: Bendooley Estate
We had Keely (@_keely) back for a second round this week! Spring faves in a cute mason jar, a perfect sweet gift to send or to treat yourself! Super fragrant David Austen roses, Sweet William, garden roses, and rhododendron will brighten anyone’s day!
When spring had sprung, we dreamt of the big, beautiful weddings that were coming our way. We were so inclined to start with a bang and well, we did. Claire & Cameron brought our dreams to life! The blooms were fluffy, girly with a classic twist. Claire truly looked like a princess and we loved being apart of their day. Venue: Bendooley Estate
We love having flower of the week for a number of reasons, for one it gives our loyal customers/friends an opportunity to receive blooms from us that they can make their own. For this weeks flower of the week, we had Lyndal (@lyndalrogers) style this beautiful arrangement in her lovely home.
From the same farm that bought you those stunning ranunculus, come Tony’s local roses! Sweet and fragrant and fluffy with a touch of our signature gold, we have been looking forward to these beauties coming back all year!
Its been raining so much in Sydney lately (finally!) which is great for the garden and our farmers but is really the dreaded monster on a wedding day. All our October couples have handled it so well so far, but one of our faves from this year have been Ash and Matt, who tied the knot at Centennial Vineyards earlier this year, with soft creamy white and nude blooms: think orchids, garden roses, dahlias, hydrangea, and lots of soft foliage. The heavens opened on Ash and Matt just after the ceremony and Olguin Photography got the most gorgeous shots of the bridal party making a run for it inside, and Ash counts them amongst her fave photos pf the day!
Chic AF is how we would describe this gorgeous all white wedding, with a gorgeous outdoor ceremony, traditional elements and a super cool black and white reception. Roses, snapdragons, lisianthus, parrot tulips and magnolia bound with soft white ribbon made super slick yet gardeney bouquets, with a gorgeous fabric and floral draped arch creating the perfect backdrop! Photos by Macdougall Photography.
This week we had the fun and bubbly Stacey (@est.building) style her flowers within this cool, industrial theme. She sure likes a pun - “I’m almost peonie my pants with excitement!” was how excited she was to be a CP style ambassador!
Spring isn't all sunshine and rainbows.. step into the dark side with burgundy ranunculus, deep purple anemones, fresh local snapdragons, vintage roses, dusty phalenopsis orchids and hints of gold. We love a bit of drama!
In one of our most recent weddings we flowered Dawn & Simon’s amazing wedding in the beautiful QVB Tearooms. Ash & Dawn first met at the dog park because dogs bring people together really! And interesting fact, we know that Dawn & Simon were even living in Dubai not too long ago! This wedding was super pretty with fluffy roses, stock & phalaenopsis orchids to name a few in beautiful shades of pinks, peach and pops of reds! Photography: David Campbell Imagery
On the 4th of August 2018, we were lucky enough to flower this beautiful occasion in Lugarno. The view was breathtaking so it certainly gave the fluffy pink arrangement a stunning backdrop. Pink, pink & more pink, do we say more?!