Flowers of Sydney

Wedding and Event Specialists


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Modern Red Native Wedding Bouquet

This wedding bouquet combines native and exotic flowers to produce a unique and stunning wedding bouquet – the rich reds are awesome.

Contemporary Native bridal bouquets

Modern Native Wedding Bouquet

 

Modern Native Wedding Bouquet in reds

Contemporary native wedding bouquet in red hues

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Funky native bouquet for Vaucluse Tearoom Garden wedding

Funky White native bouquet with waratah, roses and lily of the valley

Contemporary white native bouquet

Contemporary native bouquet with roses and lily of the valley

Modern native bouquet with roses and lily of the valley

I was thrilled to bits with this bouquet – our bride, Milena wanted a rustic bouquet with a slight hint of yellow in the roses.
My luck was in when I was buying the flowers – found perfect white warath, flowering gum, andromeda (piris), white roses with a creamy yellow centre, and to finish it off, lily of the valley.  As you can see, it all worked beautifully and Milena loved it.


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Loose handtied funky wedding bouquet

Vintage loose handtied wedding bouquet

Funky vintage wedding bouquet

This funky wedding bouquet is a mix of native and exotic flowers – Australian native gum, traditional roses, dusty miller, kale, tulips and “grey beard” (that’s the stringy greenery in the bouquet).

Perfect for a vintage wedding!!


Funky native flower wedding bouquet

Contemporary native wedding bouquet with lucodendrum and antheriums

Native wedding bouquet with lucodendrums

This funky wedding bouquet is for the bride who wants an informal wedding flower look.  The white antheriums complement the native green lucodendrums perfectly.


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Native Flannel Flower Bouquet

Australian Native Wedding bouquet featuring flannel flower lucodendrem

Bridal bouquet of Australian Natives featuring flannel flower and lucodendrams

Native bouquet of flannel flower

Flannel flower Bouquet Australian native

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.


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Australian Native Wedding Bouquet

We designed this native wedding bouquet featuring white King proteas and flannel for the bride who wants something unusual.

Funky wedding bouquet with native flowers

White Native Flower wedding bouquet