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Floreat Floral : Floral Design : Sydney

John & Paul : Gunyah & Watsons Bay Hotel : November 2018

by Beth Abood |

It’s incredible how the addition of flowers can transform an empty space into a wedding ceremony fit for royalty.  If only we had the before pictures to show how this completely empty Scout Hall (The Gunyah at Watsons Bay) was converted into John and Paul's wedding ceremony, all within just three hours. The small room...

Matthew and Minna : St Peter Chanel & Three Blue Ducks : August 2018

by Beth Abood |

Who said white & green florals had to be bland? When you use different textures, an eclectic mix of flowers, and a bit of depth to your arranging style, a white and green wedding is striking in it's simplicity. For Matthew & Minna's nuptials in August we used ranunculus and blossom for a modern touch for Minna's bouquet, the rest mixed with natives (flannel flower and  King...

Rachel & Lars : Dunbar House, Watsons Bay : August 2018

by Beth Abood |

August is such a great time to get married. The last of the late Winter flowers are still around (sweet pea, hellebore) and the early Spring flowers have just started coming into the market (ranunculus, anemones, blossom). For Rachel & Lars we used exactly these flowers - the best of the season - and mixed in some Australian...

Ingrid and James : Regal II Ferry and Sails, Lavender Bay : January 2018

by Beth Abood |

If you're after inspiration for a quirky, fun wedding, look no further than these stunning Summer nuptials.  Setting aside a few conventional wedding ideals, Ingrid and James booked their ceremony on a Ferry, swapped bridesmaid's dresses for jumpsuits and then got us to dress up the place with eclectic, bright flowers.  We used a colourful mix of fresh, dried and natives...

Clare and Michael : St Phillips Anglican Church & The Ivy : May 2018

by Beth Abood |

Clare & Michael's early Winter wedding took place in Sydney's CBD - first, the ceremony at St Phillips Anglican Church and later, the reception, a short walk away at The Ivy.  The beautiful bridesmaid's bouquets were the only exception to this predominantly green and white wedding, made up of a mix of pink and peach toned flowers to...

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