#TBS Fave Florists

This week we had a lot of fun discussing our favourite florists from around the country and what we love about what they do for weddings in particular. We thought why not open the discussion and share them on the #TBS blog. We would love to hear from you in the comments who your favourites are too. Below you will find our top 5 florists and what we think are their strengths when it comes to weddings. 

 
 
 Photo credit: My Violet 

Photo credit: My Violet 

There's really no one like Myra Perez working in the flower industry at the moment. Her boundless energy and creativity is such a force to be reckoned with that she's working on some of the biggest events and weddings in the industry including the recent extravaganza that was Myra's style is bold and modern but still warm and feminine. Look out for her crazy colour combinations and "hero blooms."

 
 
 Photo credit: Bloodwood Botanica

Photo credit: Bloodwood Botanica

Bloodwood Botanica was recently featured on our #TBSINSIDERSERIES where they shared some wisdom about how to be brave when planning your wedding flowers. Emilia the creative force behing Bloodwood acts more as a "floral sculptor" than a florist per se and really isolates some key blooms to emphasise their unique and enigmatic beauty. Her designs are defienitly brave but also ethereal and original. 

 
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 Photo credit: Sophia Kaplan

Photo credit: Sophia Kaplan

Sophia's work has a sense of whimsy and playfulness about it that is appealing for wedding flowers as after all it's a very happy day. Her bold use of colour and contrast is something that feels fresh and new amongst an industry plagued by stale white arrnagements. 

 Photo credit: Studio By Fleur

Photo credit: Studio By Fleur

Fleur McHarg has style in her blood and has made a huge name for herself within the Melbourne area and beyond. Fleur's designs are grand and yet romantic which is no easy feat. For weddings she can create something that feels innately feminine without it tipping into "girlie" territory. Modern feminity at it's best. 

 
 
 Photo credit: Flowers on the Mill.

Photo credit: Flowers on the Mill.

Caroline's studio in Berry seems flush with hydrangeas, roses, dahlias and all of those scrumptious wholesome country style flowers that we all know and love. But don't let that fool you as Caroline's creations are anything but country. Her arrangements are soft and pretty but not fussy or whimsical. They are intent on complimenting the scene and people around them as a perfect finishing touch rather than demanding the spotlight. 

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