“To bring the gardens inside” was the brief for the florals at this University of Melbourne function.
Gardenia, viburnum and oak, with green trick and chrysanthemum, and berzillia, silver suede and fern bring an abundant touch of the garden to every table.
November Bride Julie didn’t want herself and her bridesmaids to look like cookie cutter versions of each other and so each bouquet was made with its own unique colour theme…….Sacha created an abundant bouquet of white and pink David Austin roses and peonies with green hydrangea , freesias and white sweet peas for Julie…..
Coral peonies, peach David Austin roses and cream sweet peas for one bridesmaid.
Buckeye belle peonies, pink sweet peas and Mr lincoln roses for another.
When you add in the spectacular weather on the day it seems like the best of Spring in one joyous event.
With a pair of fine ears attached and a vibrant floral coat, Tribal Rosie was ready to grace the Smith St window, proudly garlanded by an ivy leaf horseshoe.
This pretty filly is our odds on favourite for the 2013 Spring Cup Carnival!
To celebrate the Spring Racing Carnival, a window extraordinaire was planned.
Here’s Diney in the construction phase of the artwork….
An ensemble of peony, ranunculus, sweet pea, snowball and lilac brings the garden inside to the wonderful open white space of The Playroom.
And these lovely little puffballs of petals are just perfect for spring bride Phoebe’s wedding celebration.