Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Willows

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This Victorian mansion on St Kilda Road is such an elegant setting for Lucy and Peter’s summer wedding.

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Large, abundant fishbowls of David Austin roses, hydrangea, soft green carnation, hypericum berry, freesia, lissianthus, green trick, silver suede and eucalyptus grace the tables…

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…whilst the beautiful throwaway bouquet awaits it’s moment in the spotlight.
Bravo again Sacha!


Hitting a High Note

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St Mark’s is an 1853 built bluestone church in the heart of Fitzroy and the venue for countertenor Campbell Reither’s album launch “The Hour of Dreaming”.20140113-102355.jpg

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The florals, designed and created by Diney, were heavenly- billowing Queen Anne’s Lace, cascading chestnut, lilium longiflorum, delphinium, hydrangea and peony.

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Divine!


David Austin Roses

peach and mintWithout doubt David Austin roses have been the most requested bridal flower of the year….. And it’s easy to see why.David Austin rosesThey are not only impossibly pretty but have a heavenly fragrance… Each colour has a different perfume.David Austin 2As a solo act or mixing happily with other seasonal flowers we have used them in bouquets, head garlands, buttonholes and centre pieces and they are always a joy to behold.blue moon

 

David Austin roses will be in season until about mid April but they are very popular so early ordering is a must.

 


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