Georgie and Ryan: Roses are Red

While we’re absolute suckers for the classics, there’s something so satisfying about creating a bouquet that is completely unique. For Georgie, our brief was straightforward: dark red and burgundy tones, with touches of green, but the end result is something that has stayed with us ever since.

Photographer: Elin Bandmann – Venue: Peterson House

Ally and Michael: Wild Wildflowers

While we love the simple reliable beauty of classical wedding flowers, there’s something about natives – they’re colourful, textural and always just a little offbeat. For Ally and Michael we combined Australian natives like bottle brush, grevillia, paper daisy and flannel flower (our personal favourites) with bold South African king proteas to create something that was wild but still beautiful – and perfect for a sunny Hunter Valley day!

Photographer: Matt’s Photography by Matt Streatfield – Venue: Tocal Homestead

Kayla and Dan: Laid-back Luxe

As a wedding professional herself, Kayla knows weddings, and that makes her a unique client. She’s at once exacting and confident of what she wants, and completely relaxed about making it happen. She was also happy to pitch in, spending afternoons in our studio reflexing roses while making last-minute plans. We loved creating her luxe, boho florals, featuring plenty of imported columbian roses and lush foliages.

Photographer: Samuel Jacob Weddings РVenue: Stanley Park РNeons: Love Glows РSignage: Ink & Snow РGown: Atelier Rose

Heather and Matthew: All In The Details

Heather and Matthew’s wedding florals combined lush bold natives with more traditional flowers like roses and even touches of baby’s breath. We loved the fine, intricate textures in Heather’s bouquet, created by incorporating thryptomene and acacia, balanced by the boldness of pink ice proteas and soft, velvety flannel flower. What a treat!

Photography: James Billing Photography – Venue: Leogate Estate