Queensland Wedding Flowers

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iWed
Shop for gorgeous, but affordable, artificial wedding flowers and more on iWed.

Lillicreek Florals
Instagramable statement pieces ensure that your day is shared. Wear fresh flowers in your hair, hold them, hang flowers from the ceiling, anything you dream of – Lillicreek Florals will make it for you.

Carina Ulrich Designs
Our passion of creating bespoke wedding flowers using high quality artificial flowers shows in all of our work. We look forward to bringing your wedding flower dreams to life.

Brisbane Flowers
Specialists in wedding floristry with many commendations and awards. We have been combining the art of floral design with unbeatable customer service for close to two decades.

Bella Bloom Floral Designs
For the stylish bride and her wedding party, Bella Bloom Floral Designs creates stunning bouquets and buttonholes using premium quality blooms, luscious greenery and beautiful finishing touches.

Wedding Flowers By Julia Rose
Award winning floral designer. Combining creative passion and artistic flair, my floral designs intertwine colour, nature, and style to a stunning effect.

Cairns, Port Douglas, Mission Beach, Tablelands

Rainflowers Florist
Tracy Halliday is passionate about weddings and listens to your requests and the finer details to create your perfect wedding florals.

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Queensland Wedding Flowers FAQ

What wedding flowers are in season for Summer weddings?

Popular Summer wedding flowers include Roses, Hydrangeas, Peonies, Kangaroo Paw, Snap Dragons, Lisianthus, Lillies, Singapore Orchids, Gladioli, King Proteas, Lavender and Trailing Ivy.

What wedding flowers are in season for Autumn weddings?

Popular Autumn wedding flowers inlcude Tulips, Magnolias, Lisianthus, Chrysanthemum, Roses, Risi, Dahlias, Gardias, Roses, Cornflowers and Lillies.

What wedding flowers are in season for Winter weddings?

Popular Winter wedding flowers include Camellias, Oriental Lillies, Singapore Orchids, Roses, Irises, Poppies, Proteas, Sweat Peas, and Daphnes.

What wedding flowers are in season for Spring weddings?

Popular Spring wedding flowers include Roses, Poppies, Lilacs, Peonies, Lisianthus, Sweet Peas, Daffodils, Tulips, Carnations, Lilies and Corn Flowers.

What wedding flowers are available all year?

Popular wedding flowers available all year include Baby’s Breath, Orchids, Carnations and Roses. Silk flower are also available all year.

How much do wedding flowers cost?

Most couple’s spend 10-20% of their overall wedding budget on wedding flowers.

How far in advance should I book my wedding flowers?

Booking a wedding florist 6 to 8 months in advance is ideal, however many can work with a shorter time-frame. Keep in mind that popular wedding florists’ can book out in peak wedding season.

What should I bring to my wedding flower consultation?

The more details you can give your wedding florist the better. Photos of your dress, bridesmaid dresses, your venue, any colour schemes or wedding theme details, etc will all help your wedding florist to suggest and plan your wedding flowers and other decorations.

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