If you’re looking for maximum impact with your wedding florals, we absolutely love floral archways. They serve double duty – creating a beautiful feature during your ceremony, as well as an incredible backdrop for family and group photos. And who doesn’t want all their photos to have jaw-dropping florals in them?! That’s why you came to us, after all!
Abbey and Ash’s wedding was a foliage lovers dream and we’re really, really proud of it. We worked with Claire from One Lovely Day in Auckland, who did the styling and worked with Abbey to create the brief. They wanted super-simple, white and green florals. We used hydrangeas and lisianthus and tons of foliage. We were really lucky to be able to use foliage from Abbey’s parents’ house, where the wedding was held, alongside foliage from local growers. It was a hot, muggy time of year which meant we adapted the bouquets on the day to allow for climate (it was super-stormy and muggy!).
It’s been a while since I’ve been in Hong Kong, the last time I traveled here was 13 years ago and it was my first time in China. My mother lived in Shenhzen teaching English in a primary school, knew the spots and showed us around over a week. I’ve got fond memories of visiting Lantau Island, eating dumplings for the first time and learning the MTR.
Ashley and Neil’s wedding took place at Poronui Station, a charming, wild setting on the outskirts of Taupo. Ashley and Neil’s wedding gave me the most incredible opportunity to forage from the wilderness that surrounds the area to accompany their muted florals. I absolutely loved how cohesive the flowers were with the venue, working with the environment and not taking the focus away from it.
Amanda and Cam’s beautiful farm wedding was one to remember. Amanda was clear with her vision and design details and what a result she got! Beautifully classic, Amanda looked stunning in her Juliette Hogan wedding dress and was accompanied by her beautiful bridesmaids in white. Her bouquets reflected much the same style, green and whites, simple yet elegant.
Zowie and Sean tied the knot on the hillside of Eagle Ridge. The floral ceremony arch was in perfect company with a picturesque backdrop of blue sky and green rolling hills, along with Zowie and Sean’s family and friends.
Who can resist the beachside as your ceremony backdrop!? That is exactly what Maria and Grant had, and an amazingly lush and full ceremony arch to frame up the love birds. The colours Maria asked us to bring in were dreamy; golds, apricots, and a touch of dark beech leaves with moody pink quicksand roses to match in with her dress.
Ayla and Hayley’s day was one to remember. The day was spent with their closest friends and family and no shortage of meaningful detail. The ceremony took place down Blossom Lane in Ataahua and both their dogs joined in on the outdoor celebrations. Ayla and Hayley’s wedding day was a true reflection of their personalities, fun and relaxed.