Impressive hanging flower installations


Who doesn't love a beautiful hanging installation?  These look great over long rectangle tables, especially if the tables have a mass of candles in an assortment of cut glass or coloured vases and votive cups along their centers.  Also beautiful used in canopies for ceremonies and my favourite, using mostly foliage like ferns for a botanical style.





(Photos: Green & Bloom; The Style Salon; Elyssium Blooms; Elyssium Blooms; Cotton Blossom)

Wild, free form and unstructured floral design


It's just amazing how far floral design has come in the last two years.  No more simple posies of roses.  These creations are pure artwork, designed to the tiniest details with combinations of the most beautiful flowers and creative colours.  We like seeing the contrast between a really modern style with wild overflowing flowers too, it adds texture and interest.  But most of all these flowers really shine in romantic and rustic settings.





(Photos: Poppies & Posies; Hey Gorgeous Events; Twiggs Floral Studio; Anthro Blog; Fleuriste Flowers; Cotton Blossom Studio; Cotton Blossom Studio; Christina McNeil; Twiggs Floral Studio; Studio Choo)

Geometric Details for Weddings

This is a huge trend sweeping the wedding industry at the moment... and we love it!  You don't need to go crazy.  Choose to have maybe your linens featuring a pattern and a few throw cushions or have one large feature wall or lighting installation.  Guaranteed to up the cool factor.








Photo Credits: Wedding Chicks; 100 Layer Cake; The Style Co; 100 Layer Cakelet; Oscar and Ruby; Jasmin Starr; Ruffled Blog; Pepperink; Design Love Fest)

Wedding Style Trends for 2014


We are just so excited by all the styling options coming out lately!  Here is our list of the absolute favourites we can see emerging and which we think will be popular next year.  We will have full posts for each to come in the next few weeks so keep an eye out.  We’ll give you an insight on how to best use each trends and where to find some of the pieces to make it all tie together.


1.  Geometric Patterns
2.  Unstructured and wild flowers
3.  Impressive Hanging Flowers
4.  Wooden farm tables
5.  Marquee letters
6.  Warm lush colours
7.  Freeform Calligraphy
8.  Crystals and natural stones
9.  Tribal patterns

(no number ten because we are rebels here!).

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