Wrist corsages have regained such popularity in the last decade that it is simply de rigueur to sport one at one’s school formal events.
This corsage of hyacinth florets, freesia, andromeda and silver suede is attached to a black satin ribbon to complement the wearer’s elegant black dress.
When Melbourne photographer Zosia Fabijanska ordered a headpiece for a photo shoot the brief was simply “shades of white….. and a bit twiggy”
Perfect timing for viburnum’s short season of flowering, with freesia, spray roses, blushing bride and silver birch sprigs and catkins.
Finished artwork from the shoot is to be seen in the next edition of White magazine- we’ll keep you posted.
Sometimes a bride’s dress provides a real inspiration for the flowers chosen.
Anna’s very feminine 20’s style, peach, sequinned frock was just made for the frilly French tulips and pale apricot daffodils that had come into season.
Together with beautiful peach roses, a sentimental favourite, this story was just meant to be.
This gorgeous flower crown was designed and created by Sacha as a surprise head piece for a lucky bride-to-be on her Hens night. Her thoughtful friends worked with Sacha to create a stunning and unique garland that included daffodils, andromeda , freesias, delphinium and jasmine.