- Posted on Tuesday, 03 February 2015
Here at The Wedding Scoop, we know all too well that flowers and foliage can leave an indelible impression at weddings. Their varying colours, textures and fragrance work to transform a space and help shape the mood or feeling you want to create as a couple, whether it be a cosy reception or a grand and glamorous affair. With this in mind, we dug deep into our archives for inspiration, spoke to several wedding planners and yes, even florists, about who they love and admire in the Singapore wedding floral industry to bring you this list of coveted names.
Heaven in a Wild Flower
Heaven in a Wild Flower’s name is inspired by William Blake’s poem, ‘Auguries of Innocence’. It is a boutique event styling and vintage rental company helmed by Eunice Yeo. Her style is lush yet organic, rustic and elegant, and she uses a curated mix of exotic and interesting blooms alongside traditional wedding flowers for a refreshing interpretation.
Photo by Jemanci.
Bridal bouquet from $200, church florals from $1000.
C C Lee Design
C C Lee Design specialises in conceptualizing soft or structured floral decorations. Their use of Manzanita branches and trees and abundant floral arrangements form their signature style.
Photo by Eng Hong, 39 East Photography.
Floral decor from $2500.
Harijanto Setiawan founded Boenga (pronounced bu-nga) after the Indonesian word for flower in July 2002. Boenga prides itself on its creativity and originality and the floral design studio’s luxuriant designs have won it Tatler’s The Best of Singapore Florists award for five consecutive years.
Bridal bouquet from $380, bridal car decoration from $580, church wedding decor from $4500, ballroom wedding decor from $20 000.
Brenda Lee Monteiro is the award-winning floral designer and founder of Fiore Dorato International which was established in 1996. Fiore Dorato seeks to leave an impression on your wedding through its strong focus on visualization and design to bring about memorable, intricate and eye-popping weddings.
Photos by Finn Loh, Finnalogy.
Customized church set-up from $10 000.
Floral Magic is helmed by daughters of a family. Among them is Lucy, who has been a floral designer for over ten years, experimenting with many floral styles, and learning from renowned designers from Belgium, Germany, Sweden, and the USA. Floral Magic takes its creative cues from nature for a fresh, moving and organic aesthetic, that translates into their every day work, as well as dramatically transforming venues for weddings with lush floral and botanical styling.
Average spend is $2500.
Poppy Flora Studio
14 years ago, Sarah left a career in advertising and started up her own company, Poppy Flora Studio, with a goal to celebrate Mother Nature. Known for her airy, bountiful and vibrant mix of colours in her creations, Sarah is drawn to flowers that are usually tucked away in a corner and enjoys pushing the limits of what can be used in a bouquet. Her latest obsession is incorporating herbs, fruits and dried branches in her designs.
Photo by Leah Kua.
Photo by Leah Kua.
Set-up for venues starts from $5000.
More notable wedding florists...
Solemnisation packages from $320, actual-day packages from $1200.
Photos by Wilson, AndroidsinBoots.
$1200 for church weddings, restaurant/ballroom weddings from $1500.
Photo by Nat, NATSTUDIOS.
Wedding personal flower package from $280, church solemnisation floral décor package from $488.
Church decoration package starts from $880, venue decoration from $1500.
Bridal bouquets from $200, church decorations from $1500, ROM and hotel/restaurant wedding venue decorations from $3000.
Photos by Adrian, Studio Galleria.
Bridal bouquets from $120, church packages from $400, ballroom customisation from $100 per VIP table centerpiece.