We used our Italian wall candelabra and vintage fishing basket for these lilac pink arrangements. The flowers are wonderful during the winter season and there is no heat to wilt those petals. Photography: Hortensia Flowers
The bush setting of Boyd Baker House was the inspiration in creating the floral designs for Karin and Barnaby’s outdoor family wedding with a blend of native and garden flowers. Photography: Ms Jane
Kat’s request for a foilage bouquet was unique but an amazing accompaniment for her chic outfit and gorgeous emerald shoes.
Edwina’s request for a combination of traditional and native flowers was created using a spice palette of warm yellows and reds to complement the bridesmaids’ ginger crepe dresses.
Julia and Mark wanted their wedding to be in harmony with the bush setting of Boyd Baker House. The latte coloured Julia’s Rose was perfect for her beautiful Gwendolynne gown. Photography: Ms Jane
Anna’s love of bright sunset colours allowed us to create gorgeous combinations of native and traditional flowers in coral tones.
Sam and Emily were married in her family’s one hundred year old garden in the country. Emily requested flowers that could be gathered in a country garden for the bouquets. Photography: Kate Morris
Urns of succulents and gumnuts with potted conifers were used to create a garden on the Prince Deck with green and white flowers reflecting the cooler tones of the interior space. Photography: Vivian Cooper Smith and Hortensia Flowers
A wedding at dusk in the Persimmon Garden at the National Gallery of Victoria was the inspiration to create flowers and candle holders that complemented this beautiful setting. Photography: Emma Phillips and Hortensia Flowers
An informal summer wedding by the sea was reflected in Liz’s bouquet of sea holly and lotus pods. Her collection of vintage vases decorated the tables with yellow and blue flowers. Photography: You Can’t Be Serious