For the ‘green and white’ lover’s out there. Notice the use of olive leaf and lavender, just about to burst into bud.
A tussy mussy of a posy with just a touch of the dramatic around the center of the daffodils.
Loving the snapdragons with the soft lime centers and the beautiful blush of the rose.
At Andrea Crawford Flowers, we know it’s the small things that matter. Thanks to Ed Peers Photography for the main picture below.
At Andrea Crawford Flowers, we love weaving the softer side of summer into our work. Thanks to Sam Stewart Photography and our bride and groom for the use of the images.
At Andrea Crawford Flowers, we love simple shots of our creations. Thanks once again to Ed Peers Photography for this image of the brides garland waiting to be positioned.
Andrea Crawford Flowers had the pleasure of supplying the flowers for Ania and Jakub’s Queenstown wedding recently. Many thanks to Ed Peers Photography for the images. We’ll show you more over the next few weeks.
Another table topper tussy mussy. Consisting of baby’s breath, white hydrangeas, and pink and yellow roses sitting on lace and accompanied by T-lights.
At Andrea Crawford Flowers we not only take care of the bride and groom, we are happy to decorate the tables and chairs as well. Here are some more images from Emily Adamson.
At Andrea Crawford Flowers we find many of our brides want the classic look. Here we have just budding roses, dahlias and lisianthus all held together with a little this and that. Classic. Once again, thank you to the very talented Emily Adamson for the use of the image.
Classic buttonhole combo. Budding roses joined by deep green and a touch of soft gray. Flowers by Andrea Crawford Flowers and shot by Emily Adamson.
Classic colours, classic flowers, classic style. Many thanks to Emily Adamson and the happy couple, Angela and Mark for the use of this image.
Hydrangeas, dahlias, lisianthus, and peonies all sitting in harmony with each other.
The New Zealand landscape never ceases to inspire the team at Andrea Crawford Flowers. Jack’s Point, just out of Queenstown, was the location for this wedding. Thanks to Alpine Image Co and the bride and groom for the use of the image. You can visit the Jacks Point website here.