Bohemian Blooms | Sydney

Wild. Thought-provoking. Bohemian. 

Here are some top tips for making sure your Wedding floral designer nails it on your big day...

1. Provide your floral designer with images of floral arrangements you like -- thanks Pinterest! For more favourites & inspo head to our Pinterest FLORALS board.


2. Take some colour swatches of the materials that are being used on your special day.

3. Have an idea of how many florals you will need for your Wedding party & the size of your guest list as this will determine how many centrepieces you are going to need etc.

1969 Floristry | Port Stephens



4. Decide what you would like your arrangements to be displayed in IE: eclectic vases, glass bowls, wooden boxes or buckets (for an extra rustic feel) or whatever your heart desires.

5. Know your floral placement at your Ceremony & Reception venue - this will assist you in deciding on the size of floral arrangements (photos of your venue would also be great!)

The Naked Florist | Newcastle

Lilac + the Cat | Footscray

Garden Graffiti | Brisbane
Flowers by Ola | Gold Coast
Bryants Buds | Echuca

Lilly and Lace | Melbourne

Featuring: Lamour Fleurs - Brisbane, QLD // Photographer: Ink & Ivory // | Bohemian Blooms - Sydney // The Floral Criteria - Hobart, Tasmania // Little Stag Floral Couture - Melbourne, Victoria // Barefoot and Boho Events - Mandurah, WA // Lilly and Lace | Melbourne // Vintage Inspirations Props + Floral Design | Bribie Island // Pollen Weddings + Events | Gold Coast // The Bohemian Flower Collective | Perth // Bryants Buds | Echuca // Naomi Rose Floral Designer | Melbourne // Garden Graffiti | Brisbane // Lovestoned Styling | Sydney // Lilac + the Cat | Footscray // Katie Cooper Floral Design | Perth // The Naked Florist | Newcastle // 1969 Floristry | Port Stephens // Flowers by Ola | Gold Coast