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Creative ways to use flowers in your wedding

Flowers have the ability to instantly transform spaces. A bare and musty church can morph into an intimate, colourful and sweetly-scented wedding ceremony location and a wooded outdoor barn can become a whimsical and elegant reception venue like no other, with lashings of textured wildflowers and fresh blooms suspended from its high ceilings. We believe there’s no such thing as “too much” when it comes to incorporating flowers on your special day, so why not be a little imaginative and create something exquisite!

One of our biggest tips for florals and styling – embrace your venue. Remember why you chose it and then use flowers to emphasise the features you love most. We’re loving the look of lush, dark foliage in rustic country spaces, for example, and this time of year is perfect for brides wanting to capitalise on the romance of spring with softly-hued peonies, ranunculus, sweet pea and hydrangea. While it’s custom to have bouquets at the wedding ceremony and to decorate tabletops at your reception, there’s no rule that says you have to be traditional with your choices. Including unique pieces like floral arches, draping garlands and other striking backdrops, and using mismatched vases and bottles can help to make your wedding one-of-a-kind. The possibilities are quite literally endless!

We’ve been so lucky to work with very creative and adventurous brides over the years. Some of our favourite moments are below!

A floral arch.. like something out of a fairytale
Floral arbour adorned with Australian natives
Rustic meets boho with sunflowers and trailing ivy
Honeycomb backdrop with red roses and lots of foliage
A one-of-a-kind backdrop for the bridal table
Neon sign with cluster of green foliage
Stylish high frames
Draping garlands.. classic and beautiful
Bright pops of colour in pastel vases
A cake for the ages

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