December 5, 2011
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Buttonholes for the Groom

It can be tricky trying to come up with the right buttonhole for the groom, but Vicky and Paul had the perfect solution when they married […]
November 18, 2011

Sunshine on a rainy Port Douglas wedding day

Melbourne bride Danielle still radiated sunshine despite the disappointing wet weather during her recent Port Douglas nuptials.
November 18, 2011

Using parsley as wedding bouquet foliage

Yes it sounds rather strange: using parsley as foliage for your wedding bouquet. But the bright leaves add a splash of color and unique texture. The […]
November 18, 2011

Using white ginger in a wedding bouquet

White ginger (Hedychium coronarium) is a perennial plant native to countries in the southern Asian region such as Nepal, eastern India, Vietnam and Indonesia. The delicate white […]
November 18, 2011

AFL footballers love Port Douglas, too!

Did a bit of star spotting recently – a well known Geelong footballer chose Port Douglas for his nuptials…
November 18, 2011

Flowers from Port Douglas are nice…but so is Moet!

Take a look at this gorgeous arrangement we just came up with for a client. Perfect  for any occasion, but also a fabulous Christmas idea!
October 5, 2011

Planning a wedding from afar

Planning a wedding in Port Douglas when you live in Sydney can be a little tricky, and our bride Melissa was a little apprehensive about ordering her […]
October 5, 2011

Decorating your wedding reception venue

Incorporating your wedding bouquets into your bridal table is a great way to get the most out of your blooms and let your floral theme and […]
October 5, 2011

Wedding table centrepieces Port Douglas-style

While you never want to take too much focus away from the happy couple, nothing adds more sparkle to a reception or bridal table than exquisite […]