This amazing pale pink tulip bridal bouquet was perfect for a June wedding
Nothing goes past black satin ribbon on a white posy to tie in the “black and white” theme
This scrumptions calla lily and singapore orchid posy looked good enough to eat!
This sweet posy of pink roses and white freesias is feminine and romantic
For the discerning bride, stunning bouquet accessories can be matched to the bride’s jewellery and groom’s cuff-links.
This pure white bridal bouquet is simply elegant! The bride loved the combination of white roses, freesias and hyacinths with a hint of ivy. For an additional “wow factor”, her bride’s maid had an orange and purple posy. “Bride’s Flowers” would like to congratulate Kirsty and Hugh on their wedding.
These delightful long stemmed roses in different shades of cream and purple created a truly elegant effect. The bride’s beautiful bouquet was further enhanced by diamante crystals. Nicola and Aaron, all the best in your new life together!
Brides who are looking for a unique vintage look for their wedding flowers…look no further. We can tailor a fantastic bouquet to suit your wedding trousseau to the smallest detail. Bling, feathers, lace, decos…your imagination is the limit!
Lengthen the Life of Your Arrangement.
Two of the top questions asked when purchasing flowers are “How do I take care of them?” and “How long will they last?” Whether it’s a single bud, a small bunch or an abundant arrangement, a little extra care can make a big difference. Most floral arrangements last between 4-7 days, depending on the types of flowers used and the type of care they receive. The Society of Florists suggests these tips for longer-lasting, more vibrant flowers.
For floral arrangements.
Keep the vase filled or floral foam soaked with water containing a flower food provided by your florist. If the flower food solution becomes cloudy, replace it entirely. If possible, re cut stems by removing one to two inches with a sharp knife. Keep flowers in a cool spot and away from direct sunlight, heating or cooling vents, directly under ceiling fans, or on top of televisions or heaters. (Appliances like televisions give off heat, causing flowers to dehydrate.)
For loose bunches or boxed flowers.
If you can’t get your flowers in a flower food solution right away, keep them in a cool place. Fill a clean, deep vase with water and add the flower food obtained from your florist. Be sure to follow the directions on the package. Remove leaves that will be below the waterline. Leaves in water will promote bacterial growth. Re cut stems with a sharp knife. Do this underwater — this allows the stems to draw in water instead of air — and place the flowers in the vase solution you’ve prepared.