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What is the minimum spend for wedding flowers?

There is a minimum spend of $1500, which is suitable for a small bridal party. As a guide, it includes seasonal bouquets, buttonholes, some ceremony flowers and some reception flowers.

Do you work with all types of flowers in your designs?

Yes, I mostly use a variety of fresh, in-season flowers and foliage. Dried or preserved flowers are available on request.

What is the average spend for seasonal wedding flowers?

For a full floral service, the average spend is 2,000-4,000. This allows for the bridal party designs, and a wide variety of ceremony and reception flowers. Your wedding celebration will pop with abundant blooms and foliages to enhance the styling and colour theme. The detailed list of prices is available in my checklist and price guide.

Where do you source your flowers from?

I personally source and handpick my flowers from reputable suppliers. For your wedding flowers, I pre-order your specific flowers and colours to meet your design needs. If your preferred flowers are unavailable, I choose a suitable substitute to work with the design discussed in your consultation.

Do you have a deluxe wedding flowers range?

Yes! The deluxe range includes luxury wedding flowers and designs. Think Phalaenopsis orchids, imported roses, anthuriums, tropicals, lush foliage’s and more. These stand out flowers for a full wedding service price between $4000-$7000, depending on the size of the large bridal party.

What types of floral designs do you offer for our wedding?

I design and create your custom wedding bouquets and arrangements to suit your styling and colour theme for both ceremony and reception. Bouquets can be hand tied natural stems in posy style, or trailing bouquets.

What does your wedding flower service offer?

See my wedding flowers page for the full range of designs available for ceremony and reception styling flowers.

Do you have reviews from past brides for wedding flowers?

My wedding reviews are available from many happy brides on my wedding page.

Why is it important to choose a qualified Wedding florist?

As a qualified Certificate lll Florist myself, I am trained in all aspects of the principles and elements of floral design. Many skills are used in floristry that result in a professional finish that is guaranteed to last the day and night and look amazing. Floristry is a qualified trade, using technical skills.

How far in advance do I need to order?

It’s important to start the process as soon as possible. Once you have chosen your venue and date, contact me to book a consultation. Peak wedding seasons are around February to May, and August to October.

Are you available for weekday weddings?

Yes, Friday weddings have become popular. I am only unavailable on Sunday’s.