this is oone of my favourite wedding bouquets – full of lush spring flowers by Kavaelle Flowers.
Just received a big thank you from last week’s wedding – it was a lavendar flower themed garden wedding – the bride’s little sister organised her wedding flowers everything and we had great fun planning the event – there are such lovely lavendar coloured flowers around.
I particularly love the floral head piece that we did for the bride and flower girl – used ranunculas, roses, lavendar and dodda vine. We all loved it!
Yesterday we received some lovely compliments from one of our brides, Narelle, about her wedding flowers by Kavelle Flowers.
Here is what she said about her wedding flowers by Kavelle Flowers:
We have just finished a wedding shoot with Cosmpolitan Bride. It was such an exciting day. Four of our florists attended the shoot and made up the bouquets as the models got dressed.
The photos will be published in the summer edition of Cosmpolitan Bride – can’t wait to see them – and to share some behind the scenes photos.
This is one of my favourite floral arrangements that we did at the Sydney Hilton. It featured a mixture of orchids – green singapore orchids with pale cimbidiums.
This martini style floral arrangement would also be a funky wedding table arrangement.
One of our favourite brides, Mellissah, was recently wed to her beau, Jonathan at Paddington’s beautiful old church, St Matthias Anglican Church. (Cnr Oxford & Moore Park Rd).
The bride chose elegant cream vendela roses for her bouquet – these are a traditional wedding rose and never fail to impress,
Their reception was held at Centennial parklands.
Kavelle Flowers created the floral theme for the wedding party and reception and the brilliant Israel Smith and his team took the wonderful photos.
Here are some of the special moments of Mellissah & Jonathan’s day photographed by Israel Smith.
Nikki, our junior florist from Thailand, came third in the Interflora TAFE cup today.
Nikki first came to our studio two years ago and begged me for an opportunity to work and learn in our studio.
I am unbelievably proud of her as she has worked really hard to learn all there is about floristry – and her wiring is second to none.
Great stuff Nikki.
Melissa also competed and, although she didn’t win a place, I still think she is a winner to have had the courage to compete – it was her first competition and she was competing against students many years her senior.
I am very very proud of both of them.