At this time of year, it is the perfect time to plan ahead for the new season, weddings, events and special occasions.
Strong teal bridemaids dresses and tweed paired with soft and pastel blooms. Lauren and Rod’s day was elegant and effortlessly romantic.
One of our favourite New Flower Blooms to Market at this time of year is the Helleborus. From the Ranunculaceae family, the botanical name Helleborus is derived from the Greek word elein meaning ‘to take away’ and bora, meaning ‘food’. The root of the plant induces vomiting, hence the name’s origin.
From centrepieces, statement installations, floral arches to the top table, flowers play an important part at a wedding. The colours, forms and scents create much of the atmosphere that makes a wedding truly magical, memorable and evokes emotions in years to come.
A simple, yet effective Christmas design to create for your dining table or home interior this season.
This bride, Amy chose a soft nude colour palette, luscious greenery and fragrant lilacs for her bridal flowers for the wedding day.
Are you looking to style your home with fresh or dried varieties? Guaranteed to add a burst of colour and fragrance to home interior.
This week’s bouquet is delicate, pretty and romantic. As far as I’m concerned, there is nothing more romantic than a peony. Ally’s shower bouquet was filled with peonies, sweet avalanche roses, feathery astilbe and luscious greenery.
Leading up to Christmas, there are some fantastic blooms available at the market. Feast your eyes on this week’s ‘New Blooms to Market’ featuring spectacular American Beauty Chrysanthemums, bi-coloured anemones and stunning Amaryllis!
Christmas is quite literally just around the corner now and our cooler is filled with the most beautiful flowers and greenery ideal to decorate and style your home this festive season. From natural to dyed, there are a number of different varieties that can suit every theme. Find this week’s cooler mix that might tickle …