Farm Loving

 

An abundance of seasonal foliages, fruits and flowers for a warm March evening wedding at Farm Vigano


Red Wedding

red rose and native bouquet

A luscious bouquet with red roses and dark trailing foliage was the  bouquet brief for Fiona and Jesse’s March wedding, roseberry and  white dusted tetragona nuts add interest and texture.

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The five bridesmaids carried the native theme through in dusty pinks with bouvardia and snowberry for softness and  scent.

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Snowberry and tetragona also featured in the wrist corage for the groom’s maid (yes that’s a thing)  and the the buttonholes for the boys.

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groomsmen buttonholes

The gorgeous red rose in Fiona’s bouquet is the fabulous newcomer Grand Jubilee from Grandiflora….our new favourite!

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Big is Beautiful

early summer bouquetJessica wanted a luscious big bouquet for her December wedding and Sacha was happy to oblige, with white peonies, snap dragons, hydrangea, garden roses and loads of ferns, foliages and queen annes lace.

unstructured bouquetThe bride’s maid bouquet was just as lush,  in deep pinks and crimson with peonies, succulents and heavenly scented Mr Lincoln roses.

Sometimes big is better!

 


Grey Goose, White Avalanche

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2014 saw the launch of Grey Goose Vodka and we were absolutely delighted to be asked to do the florals.
The venue was Thomas Olive at Saint Crispin where the mantelpieces bore heavy vases of white Avalanche roses, cymbidium orchids and black ivy berry against a dramatic backdrop of giant, darkest green monstera deliciosa leaves.

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Sweet November

November in Melbourne is the official start of the (all too short)  peony season and so it was only fitting that 1st of November Bride Audrey, should carry glorious white peonies in her bouquet. With white sweet peas, Queen Anne’s lace, nigela and  the first of the season’s David Austin roses it was a soft, sweet smelling delight.

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bridesmaid bouquetFor the bridesmaids we added  dusty pink garden roses, rice flower and hypericum berries for a sweetly Spring feel.

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This is the reason that so many brides plan their weddings for this time of the year.


Colour Pop

 

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August bride Belinda wanted some gorgeous blooms to bring pops of colour into her special day. Her bouquet was vibrant fuschia and tangerine tones while her bridesmaid had peaches, dusty pink and creams.

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The florals celebrate the hight of late winter’s bounty…stocks, delphinium, snapdragons, sweet pea, poppies, ranunculus and euphorbia. Along with rosemary,  jasmine, peppercorns and garden roses the arrangements had a relaxed, fun feel to them.

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Mason jars were nestled among foliage for the reception.

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On a bright, crisp winters day, a rainbow of colourful blooms was the finishing touch to this glorious wedding.

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Bloomin’ beautiful if you ask us!


Chic Noir

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A steep spiral staircase leads from Saint Crispin to Thomas Olive, a darkly glamorous Parisian style bar.
Julia and Cameron have chosen this elegant space for their milestone Birthday celebrations.
Winter florals are at one with the space, from the gothic beauty of magnolia buds on branches, Victorian Red roses and opium poppy pods to the season’s ornamental kale, sea holly and amethyst hyacinth.

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