These lovely long and low wedding flower arrangements were for an informal wedding held at Ravesis in Bondi – beautiful flowers in a beautiful setting.
This beautiful peonie rose wedding bouquet is simple, but elegant.
This funky wedding bouquet is for the bride who wants an informal wedding flower look. The white antheriums complement the native green lucodendrums perfectly.
Check out our beautiful flowers work for this photoshoot of a garden tea party. We did all the bridal bouquets, hair flowers, floral necklaces, pomanda flower balls and flower garlands for the gazebo, We even put flowers in the camellia bushes because they weren’t flowering!! can you spot our pomander balls in the hedges and on the plinth?
Special thanks to floral designer Parthenie who is currently in London. We hope she returns to Kavelle Flowers soon.
This tall flower arrangement was made by Randwick florist, Kavelle Flowers and delivered to Sydney Sofitel Wentworth for a debutante ball hosted by the Greek Young Matrons Society debut at the Sofitel Wentworth.
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Flannel flower are a popular wildflower that are common in the sandstone country around Sydney and to the north.
The leaves are silver-grey and velvety in texture, giving rise to the common name. The flowers are white and consist of 10 velvety, “petal-like” bracts, so that the flowers have a daisy-like appearance.
There are several flowers per branch.
Flannel Flowers are harvested from the bush but these days more are now grown in plantations. Most are grown in NSW and QLD.
This beautiful bouquet of spring flowers includes daffodils, tulips, stock and iris
We designed this native wedding bouquet featuring white King proteas and flannel for the bride who wants something unusual.
Kates wedding bouquet included lily of the valley – This is a spring flower which is only available in Sydney for about three weeks in late September.
We have drawn on Kates wedding bouquet to create this Kate inspired bouquet. We have used hyacinth, calla lillie, roses, jonquils stephanotis and freesias. These flowers are all available during late winter-spring