We’re thrilled to (finally!) launch our series of Spring Triffids gift cards. We selected some of our most favourite and unusual Spring blooms to be the studio talent in this collaborative shoot with our friend James Farley. We’ve had them printed onto lush card stock, paired with fancy linen envelopes and they’re now ready for … Continue reading Spring Triffids Gift Cards
This was a BIG dinner! We designed, installed and decorated this Artlands Conference event in a huge cattle sales yard in Dubbo. It was a wonderful, thrilling slog! A few pictures for you… We rigged 200 trees to the ceiling ourselves. Just 2 ladies, a cherry picker and a crap tonne of cypress and rope. … Continue reading The Big Shed Dinner
Well we don’t like to toot our own horn – but we’re perfectly happy for someone else to do it for us! We’ve now got a page with very kind words from our gorgeous couples. It’s such a privilege to be involved in peoples wedding day and we want you to know that we feel … Continue reading Fan Mail page is now live!
Hopefully you’ve had some lovely glimpses of our latest wedding projects on social media… One of the fun challenges we had was creating a chandelier for the marquee at Magpies Nest… We we’re pretty thrilled with the result! Here’s a little glimpse into the construction process… After we made the mesh shell, we got busy … Continue reading Chandelier Building
We played dress up with some left over blooms (and our somewhat exuberant foliage pickings)! And of course, it’s fun to have a bit of practice with large scale stuff from time to time… Wouldn’t it be nice to have a lush mantle all year round?
Earlier in October I was thrilled to be asked to create an installation for Wagga Wagga’s multicultural food festival Fusion15. After discussing lots of options I decided to create a proscenium for the stage. At 12Ms across by 4.5Ms tall it was no small feat! All the foliage came from the surrounding gardens, except for the … Continue reading Florist as artist… Fusion15 Installation
If you follow along on social media, you may have spotted me down at the Cork & Fork food and wine festival a few weeks ago. I sold flowers there and also had arrangements around the place including what may be my favourite arrangement to date! Yes that vase got a make over and looks … Continue reading Black and White
This weekend I had the pleasure of creating flowers for a champagne tasting event. Held at the new (and very swanky looking) Roundabout restaurant I chose colours and shapes that reminded me of bubbles. Macrocarpa, acacia, hydrangea, ranunculus, sweet pea, rose, snap dragons, andromeda, lambs ears and the fluffiest carnations I’ve ever seen!