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Floral Stylists In Your Region: Sydney

Sunday 14th January 2018
Tying the knot in Sydney? Securing your florist is a great first step to help plan and visualise your wedding decor, theme and overall styling. We take you through some of Sydney’s best floral stylists to inspire your journey towards the alter.
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The Sisters

Creative sisters Esther and Naomi are living proof that families who work together, stay together. With a love of nature that carries through in their creations, The Sisters work primarily on weddings and special events, and enjoy collaborating with brands on exciting projects where their vision can be harnessed and creatively explored.

Best known for: hanging floral installations and unique backdrops.

Hermetica Flowers

The team at Hermetica Flowers are not unlike the work they create; vibrant and fun yet timelessly sophisticated. They specialise in creating elegant bouquets and bespoke arrangements for weddings, special occasions, corporate events and everyday expressions of heartfelt appreciation.

Best known for: orchids ensembles and dreamy colour palettes.

Summers Floral

Based in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, Summers Floral has an adaptive approach that helps you realise your unique wedding aesthetic. Besides their overwhelming love for structural florals and statement colours that can be seen all over their Instagram, Summers Floral also produces stunning basics that are popular choices for wedding bouquets and styling.

Best known for: elegant whites and greenery.

Mr. Cook

There’s a distinct air of opulence when it comes to the work of Sean Cook, a.k.a Mr. Cook. Blending bold colours and luscious greenery, Mr. Cook produces stunning floral displays for weddings and corporate events as well as hosting collaborative workshops with other leading Australian florists.

Best known for: playing with roses and dynamic arrangements.

Oh Flora

With plenty of experience under her belt, Tanya Shaw channels her love of nature through her work at Oh Flora. Offering styling services that venture beyond floral design, Tanya helps brides plan their event in alignment with their chosen theme and inspiration.

Best known for: sculptural designs and vibrant colours that tell a story.

Boutierre Girls

There’s no shortage of inspiring floral arrangements in soft pinks and apricots when it comes to the work of Emily Michele Smith, founder of Boutierre Girls. This contemporary florist is based in Sydney’s Northern Suburbs and accepts wedding enquiries from anything to bouquets to large arches and installations.

Best known for: killer combinations of pink and red (and fabulous off-duty fashion).

Willow + Bear

If you haven’t already stumbled across Willow + Bear on Instagram then you must definitely pay their page a visit. Floral stylist Aimie Ryan crafts heavenly bouquets with a focus on keeping her work both seasonal and minimal. She also does weddings and events and gets creative with hanging features and beautiful backdrops.

Best known for: floral arches and moody colour themes.

Foxglove Flora

Founder of Foxglove Flora Jasmine Dunn has an alluringly organic style that heroes pastel colours and natural silhouettes. This creative florist is fairly new on the scene but has already developed a body of work that embodies quite a mood board of wedding inspiration.

Best known for: a romantic aesthetic and incorporations of ethereal fabrics.

Trille Floral

With a love for floral design that lead her from Canada to Australia, Cara Fitch is the founder of Trille Floral and creates beautiful bouquets and arrangements for a bride’s big day. Boundlessly inspired by the natural form of her materials, Cara has a mindful approach and incorporates florals and greenery into her designs to emulate how they might be ordinary found in nature.

Best known for: a romantic and organic aesthetic.

Sunday 14th January 2018