Planning Your Wedding? Check Out These Sydney Wedding Florists

There’s something about flowers. They’re undeniably beautiful and when added to a space or to an event, flowers transform something from average to absolutely stunning.

They do more than arrange a few florals on your wedding day.

Over the years, I have worked with my fair share of wedding florists. These are by far my favourite Sydney wedding florists to work. From their attention to detail to their dedication to their customers – I can recommend them wholeheartedly.

Francis Floristry

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Annie was my wedding florist.

Enough said.

Form Over Function

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Head honcho Alicia has been doing this for 19+ years (that says something already). Not only can she offer impeccable wedding planning but also the careful styling of every single detail so that your dream becomes reality on your big day.

Chanele Rose Flowers & Styling

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Lush, generous and big – these are the adjectives that come straight to my mind when I think of Lina’s creations. When ever I see her work, her soul and heart is reflected in them – be it bouquets to centrepieces – you cannot be disappointed by this incredible Sydney wedding florist.

The Hunted Yard

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If you give them the freedom to do so, these girls make epic shit. Enough said.

Decorations By Jelena (DBJ Events)

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Out of all Sydney wedding florists, I have probably spent the most time documenting the behind-the-scenes of this family-run business. They’re a tireless and dedicated team at DBJ, from sourcing your flowers and greenery to installing them from the ceiling. No matter the conditions, no matter the location and no matter the complexity – Decorations By Jelena has got you covered.

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Miss Floral Studio

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Last but certainly not least is Amy from MISS Floral Studio. You’ll have to ask her why the MISS in her business name is capitalised (I’m too scared to ask her).

I first met her when we worked together on an editorial piece called ‘A Chinese Tea Ceremony Reimagined’ – you may have seen it published in HOORAY! Magazine.

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