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Flowers in a Box by Sydney online flower shop only $44 delivered

Special Offer – Flowers in a Box $44 delivered to any Sydney eastern suburb including Clovelly, Maroubra, Waverley, Bondi, Randwick, Alexandria, Kensington, Tamarama.

A small additional delivery fee applies for other suburbs

Just let us know what colour scheme you like –

  • white, orange, pink, blue, yellow, red; or
  • mixed spring or autumn colours.
Box of flowers for $49 delivered in Sydney

Box of bright spring flowers

Call us now:  9665 5274

or email:  inquiry@kavelle.com.au

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Online flowers by real florist in Randwick, Sydney

Bright Box of flowers including gerberas oriental lilie and lucodendrem

Bright flower box by Kavelle Flowers

Order your flowers online from a real florist located in Randwick, one of Sydney’s eastern suburbs.  Get more value for your precious dollar by ordering direct from a real florist, not a relay organisation – or call in and see us at Kavelle Flowers.

We deliver to all Sydney suburbs including

Alexandria, Banksmeadow, Beaconsfield, Bellevue Hill, Ben Buckler, Bondi, Bondi Beach, Bondi Junction, Bondi Junction Plaza, Botany, Bronte, Centennial Park, Charing Cross, Chifley, Chippendale, Clovelly, Clovelly West, Coogee, Daceyville, Darling Point, Darlinghurst, Darlington, Diamond Bay, Double Bay, Dover Heights, Eastgardens, Eastlakes, Edgecliff, Elizabeth Bay, Eveleigh, Golden Grove, Hillsdale, Kensington, Kings Cross, Kingsford, La Perouse, Little Bay, Malabar, Maroubra, Mascot, Matraville, Moore Park, Paddington, Pagewood, Phillip Bay, Point Piper, Port Botany, Potts Point, Queens Park, Randwick, Redfern, Rose Bay, Rose Bay North, Rosebery, Rushcutters Bay, South Coogee, St Pauls, Surry Hills, Tamarama, Taylor Square, Vaucluse, Waterloo, Watsons Bay, Waverley, Woollahra, Woolloomooloo and Zetland


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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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Wedding corsage – Phalanaeopsis Orchids

Bridal corsage of phalaneopsis orchids

Elegant phalaneopsis orchid bridal corsage

This bridal corsage of phalaneopsis orchids is simple but elegant.  the wired hyacinth florets have a tiny diamante inset.

It also looks beautiful as a bridal wrist corsage.

Wedding wrist corsage phalaneopsis orchids

Wedding wrist corsage of phalaneopsis orchids


Royal Wedding Bouquet Catherine and William

Kate's royal wedding bouquet lilyof the valley; sweet william hyacinth

Kate’s (aka Catherine) royal wedding bouquet was a shield-shaped wired bouquet of myrtle, lily-of-the-valley, sweet William and hyacinth. The bouquet draws on the traditions of flowers of significance for the Royal Family, the Middleton family and the Language of Flowers.
The flowers’ meanings in the bouquet are:
 
 
 

 

Lily-of-the-valley – Return of happiness

Sweet William – Gallantry Hyacinth – Constancy of love

Ivy: Fidelity; marriage; wedded love; friendship; affection

Myrtle: the emblem of marriage; love.

The bouquet contains stems from a myrtle planted at Osborne House, Isle of Wight, by Queen Victoria in 1845, and a sprig from a plant grown from the myrtle used in The Queen’s wedding bouquet of 1947.

The tradition of carrying myrtle begun after Queen Victoria was given a nosegay containing myrtle by Prince Albert’s grandmother during a visit to Gotha in Germany. In the same year, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert bought Osborne House as a family retreat, and a sprig from the posy was planted against the terrace walls, where it continues to thrive today.

The myrtle was first carried by Queen Victoria eldest daughter, Princess Victoria, when she married in 1858, and was used to signify the traditional innocence of a bride.


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Kavelle Flowers delivers to Clovelly, Randwick,Maroubra

Flower arrangement featuring pink peonies, stock and magnolia

Peonie roses and stock

We deliver flowers for any occasion, large and small and also deliver to Prince of Wales Hospital, Childrens Hospital and Royal Womens Hospital.

We deliver to Sydney city and all of the eastern suburbs including Randwick, Clovelly, Maroubra, Alexandria, Tamarama, Kensington, Bondi


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Cherry Brandy Roses Table arrangement

Table Centre of Cherry Brandy columbian roses

Cherry Brandy columbian wedding roses

We used Cherry Brandy columbian roses to match the client’s corporate colours of mustard and oranges.  This is quite a difficult colour to work with in terms of flowers.  However the columbian roses were a perfect match and the client was thrilled