One of our favourite styles for wedding flowers is the classic mixed white seasonal blooms, complimented with differently textured greenery.
seasonal white flower bridal posy Gold Coast

This is an example of an informal, almost hand-picked-look posy, from a May wedding. We have used standard and mini roses, carnations, stock, lisianthus and snapdragons.
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Also, check out our wedding page for more info.

Flower photos from the Studio:

Bride chose a lovely informal style, with lots of variety of texture but keeping it simple with just white and green tones.

White and green wedding flowers gold coast

White and green wedding flowers

White and green informal posy wedding flowers gold coast

White and green informal posy

Gold Coast Wedding Flowers – In real life.

To see some professional shots of these bouquets and the rest of the pieces we provided for the wedding, head over to Ivy Road Photography: Here’s their gallery.

We love seeing our flowers out there in real life. If you ever have any photos to share, please send them through to us.

Native flowers are so contrasting in shape and form. The variety of buttonholes achievable is endless.

Here’s one we really like from a wedding last December:

native buttonhole wedding flowers gold coast

For day to day flowers, check out our selection of native bouquets and arrangements in the shop.

Here’s something different – flowers on a frame for ‘welcome to the wedding of-‘

cottage roses on a welcome frame

We have used cottage roses, lisianthus and poppies, with some jasmine foliage.

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Soft tones and textures, using roses, baby’s breath, lisianthus, stock, sweet peas, etc… and accents of gold on the leaves and twine to add a hint of rustic feel…

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and lace… pretty!

rustic wedding flowers gold coast florist pretty pink ranunculas roses gray pink peach pale pink apricot coral white soft delicate spring flowers florist gold coast parkwood

Lovely tones and textures… old lace to trim the stems…

bridal bouquet gold coast florist parkwood white green lace

A simple corsage for the mums… love the sweet pea curls…

mother of the bride and groom mini corsage gold coast wedding flowers parkwood

For the bridesmaids…

budget wedding bouquets gold coast florist

Another angle of the bride’s bouquet…

white green and grey wedding gold coast florist

flowers & foliage used: sim carnations, ranunculas, dusty miller, mini roses, lisianthus, green trick, sweet pea, daisy chrysanthemum, freesia…

calla buttonhole for the groom

A calla lily buttonhole – in this case due to availability the calla is artificial (by request), but the miniature roses and foliage is real.

We can’t always get these lovely creamy cottage roses, but these are gorgeous! Simple bridal posy with trailing ivy around.

bridal bouquet posy cottage roses


Bouquet includes white ‘icebreaker’ roses, apricot ‘carpe diem’ roses, and pale pink ‘sweet avalanche’ roses, with a trim of camellia leaves and white satin ribbon.

We don’t usually get asked to use bling, but this wedding was an exception. As well as using a mixture of real and artificial flowers to achieve the desired look, we used little pearl strands and diamante gems. We will post more pictures of this wedding in our portfolio section.


A Gold Coast garden wedding with a reception on the lawn, and some very pretty bouquets! These gorgeous enormous bouquets include masses of white and cream lisianthus, kale (ornamental cabbage) and stock.

Last week we added a blue and white wedding to our portfolio, this week we’re adding a red and white wedding. Enjoy!

red and white rose wedding bouquets

The bouquets^

Traditional rose corsage

A corsage^