jade mcintosh flowers wedding flower style guide
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I have personally been in this industry since 1998, and after seven years of owning retail florist stores, I realised weddings were my passion and joy. So, Jade McIntosh Flowers evolved focussing solely on weddings and functions. This has been my baby since 2006 and has grown from working solo, to our current team of Megan, Bec, Claudie and myself.
At Jade McIntosh Flowers, our team works hard from the initial meeting to the end result. Our streamlined processes and communication ensures every wedding day runs smoothly with an overwhelmingly stunning result for your wedding flowers and styling. We hope to have the pleasure of meeting you, getting to know you and being part of your beautiful wedding day.
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Vintage style can incorporate soft pastel blooms or add a splash of colour. Soft in texture and often with old fashioned flowers once seen in grandmas garden or an old English theme (Hydrangea, Dahlias, David Austin Roses). Matches beautifully with lace or feature ribbon. Bouquet style is often a loose posy to show each flower or with an asymmetrical trail. Something old works in well such as brooches.
The flowers were absolutely gorgeous and so fresh. Thanks so much for doing such a beautiful job!Renee
Soft Romantic Soft Romantic style is often a neat or large full flower posy, or soft teardrop. Greenery is not usually a feature. Ribboning is kept simple with satin fully or mostly bound with a little stem
showing. We love Peonies and David Austin Roses.
The colours are soft pastels, creams and whites.Thank you so much for my bouquet and you worked miracles using only photos of my dress as the brief!Susanna Muller
Lots of loose beautiful seasonal flowers - Jasmine in Spring, Hydrangea in Summer, Poppies in Winter, berries and colourful foliage in Autumn is what makes the Rustic Garden style. Often an eclectic collection of vessels to hold flowers and candles with no particular rules to styling, just not too structured! Ribbon with natural fibres such as jute/burlap (hessian), or simple organza and grosgrain ribbon. Off cuts from bridesmaids dresses are a good idea and work well for continuity of colour.
Rustic Rustic Country style includes flowers from Australian natives to wheat, native grasses, foliage and weeds (Patersons Curse, Privet Berry, Canola, Balloon Flower). Flower content determines a country label, so posy, arm sheath, any bouquet style will do. Finishing touches include hessian, linen, textured ribboning with old timber boxes, rusted tins, and timber for table settings.
Pure white flowers, often one flower type to avoid less colour variation is the Simple, Casual and Classic theme. Traditional compact style bouquet or loosely gathered with white ribboning/or natural green to tie in with the stem colour.
What a fabulous job you did on the flowers for our wedding. The tables were absolutely gorgeous and my bouquet and halo amazing. I could not in my wildest dreams be any happier.Lynda and John Dempsey
Natural in colour, lots of foliage and greens make up Woodland Eco style. Table styling is kept minimal or with timber, moss ferns and vine. Floral installations are popular hanging above tables or as a feature in the venue. This allows for tables to be kept simple.
Thank you for the beautiful work you did on the bouquets and at the reception.Fiona Cross
Jade McIntosh Flowerswww.jademcintoshflowers.com.au Phone 0421 089 054
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