Christian Dior once said that flowers are the most divine creation after women.
I absolutely agree.
Flowers are magic in that they have the ability to boost moods, inspire smiles, and, dare I say… make events *bloom*.
After all, that’s why they’re so popular at weddings! They’re the perfect item to symbolize just how beautiful weddings are.
But all of these beautiful things and symbols wouldn’t be possible without the artists behind the floral creations. The ones who use their artistic eyes and diligent hands to craft custom bouquets and artful arrangements. The ones who pour their heart and soul into creating inspiring designs that live forever in your photographs. The wedding florists.
In this vendor highlight series, I’m happy to introduce you to six incredible Australian floral designers.
Get to know them and learn how they can make your wedding floral dreams flourish.
Originally an interior designer, but always smitten with flowers, Kate started Two Wild Hands using her experience to create romantic arrangements and whimsical bouquets.
Kate uses a mix of traditional flowers, such as roses and hydrangeas. And mixes them with fun pops of colour, such as yellow and orange. Together, they create a bit of structured whimsy and flowy elegance.
It’s no wonder her romantic, wild, and intriguing style falls right in line with the timeless, classic, and elegant style my couples love. I personally love Kate’s work (along with all of the other florists mentioned above!) So much so she will be partnering with me at our upcoming workshop in September. (If you’re a photographer and interested in learning more about film photography, find out more information here!)
See more of Kate’s work from our recent Luminoso Fine Art Workshop at Guestlands HERE.
Ha, from Idyll Studio, says the name of her company signifies simplicity, peace, and presence. And this clearly shows in the beautiful and timeless creations they make.
Ha approaches floral design on a personal level and believes in creating artistic arrangements that tell a story. Scroll through her gallery and you’ll see luscious green flower crowns, soft but structured bouquets, and centrepieces that are as pretty as a fine art painting.
Ha and her team are professional, kind, and amazing at helping their clients discover the kinds of flowers they want and need for such a special occasion. So, if you’re not totally sure what kinds of flowers you want…or you have an idea that needs to be explored more in-depth…Idyll Studio is the florist for you.
See more of Ha’s work here – Timeless Southern Highland Wedding
Untamed romance and raw beauty are Oh Flora Studio’s inspiration. Founder and director, Tanya, delivers a very bright and vibrant mix of stunning arrangements. Her style is creative and unstructured. And full of texture, trailing vines, odd-shaped stems, and freshly picked seasonal flowers.
Oh Flora Studio is perfect for couples who want professional guidance but still want to remain involved with the design.
And for the couple who want someone to take full control over all of the design elements, the studio provides full-service wedding design, as well.
I’ve worked with Tanya frequently over the years – Ranging from weddings to workshops all over the world (see images from their New Zealand workshop here and California here.)
So, one might say our styles nicely complement each other. Which may bring you some relief knowing that with us both on your vendor team, you’ll get beautifully designed florals and beautiful photos of those designs.
To see more of Ha and I’s work, click here.
If you’re looking for a classic romance with a French-provincial twist, Alison of Visually Creative is your gal!
Alison specializes in creating stunning floral decor and bouquets. Think: Long tables filled with flowers and hanging blossoms. Wedding cakes adorned with trailing roses. And bouquets that look like they belong in a fairy tale.
Visually Creative offers all-in-one services – Including styling and design.
They are truly a one-stop-shop for all your floral and design needs.
Click here to view more of Alison’s work – A Parisian inspired styled shoot at Bunya House in the Southern Highlands Bowral.
Foraged wildflowers. Gardens of roses. Wild textures. Fields of greenery…
…These are just some of the things that inspire Sophie Kruik of Floral Creative Studio’s artistic and bespoke arrangements.
Born out of a passion for flowers, a love for fine art style, and a creative heart, the Floral Collective Studio offers clients a joyful floral design experience.
So if you envision soft, white, and timeless flowers for your special day… You’ll especially appreciate Sophie’s style.
Scroll through an editorial by Sophie and I, Meraki here.
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