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The history of the bouquet has its origin in ancient times. Women carried aromatic bunches of garlic, herbs and spices to ward off evil spirits. In ancient Greece and Rome, the bride and groom wore a garland around their necks, symbolizing new life, hope and fertility. Traditional Celtic bouquets included ivy, thistle and heather. The garland was not made of flowers but of strong-smelling herbs and spices. The strong-smells were thought to have mystical powers and meant to keep away evil spirits. However in our modern times, brides pick their flowers on their lovely colours and shapes. Lovely blooms that suit their personality, bridal gown and their own unique style and taste. Call us today to booking your appointment with our wedding specialist, Sonia Murray, on 07 4773 3181
Your wedding day is one of the most important days you will have. Let our floral designer, Sonia Murray, help you decide on flowers for your special day. With 25 years in wedding floristry, Sonia will guide you through your choices and arrange a quote for you and your groom. Brides bouquet, bridesmaids, best men, grooms buttonhole, corsages, flower girl baskets, table arrangements and much, much more !!!