Summer Collection Launch 2017 | “Queenstown”

Google “wild lupins New Zealand” and you will find endless stunning images of these stunning blooms growing along Lake Tekapo, halfway between Christchurch and Queenstown. Bearing a strong resemblance to Delphiniums, these tall purple and pink flowers strongly resemble Delphiniums and they frame the main road to Queenstown and crawl all the way up the shoreline and sit just below the mountains in the distance.

Floral Cakes For Flower Lovers

The vibrant floral toppings on these cakes have our mouths watering. They are made of butter, powdered sugar, food colouring, and sometimes some additional flavouring as well, all of which give them that velvet-smooth texture. Buttercream flower cakes are simultaneously beautiful and delicious!

November Blooms to Make You Swoon

These gorgeous varieties are all just coming into season. We particularly love striking the blue Delphinium, soft pink Dogwood and of course Peonies! Although it can be difficult to find at the market, whenever we can source Dogwood we love using it in our “London” collection to give it additional height, especially when it is delivered in a tall vase.

Meet our latest design, “Fiji”

The name of our new floral design, which we call “Fiji”, was inspired those gorgeous sky blue waters and pure white sands. But that’s only half the story. Two weeks ago we received an order for a bespoke arrangement featuring just-in-season Delphiniums. Alba, one of our senior designers, put together this exact arrangement which was to be delivered to the Epworth Freemasons hospital in East Melbourne. It was at the Epworth that this story really began.

Why Do Women Like Flowers?

“What’s the point of paying all this money for something that’s just going to die in a few days?” Don’t worry, if you’re someone who thinks flowers are pointless, you’re not alone. The irony here is that flowers’ pointlessness is one of the things that women love about them. Though the idea of love is infinite, the gesture of giving a woman flowers is ephemeral and exciting.