Event designer (noun): Stylist, florist, set builder, producer, planner and craft enthusiast all in one package.
Flower princess, styling queen, creative force, tea enthusiast. Passionate about the C's- Crafting, Cooking, Chocolate and Chai.
Also known as the blonde one.
Style master, planning master, kung fu master (ask her). Specialises in tracking down hard to find props.
Loves talking, collecting treasures, redesigning rooms, and wombats.
Also known as the little one.
Great parties begin with a great space. You can have the most interesting group of people, sit them in a room and watch what happens. But put those same people in an intriguing, exciting space? That’s when the magic starts. When it becomes a real party. When it turns into something to share, treasure and remember.
The right flowers make a room smile. We choose carefully to ensure the flowers match the overall look and style of your event. Whether your preference is the classics or something out of the ordinary, we will create an eye-catching and unique arrangement for you.
There's no pre-packaged templates here. From the simple to the luxurious, we can design and produce a range of visual materials exclusive to your event, including signage, logos, save the dates, invitations, table menus, name cards and anything else you can think of.
We're blessed with a professional network that means we can quickly track down most of those hard-to-find items that perfectly complement your day. However, often unique items are best custom-built. From creative arbours and backdrops to sets, lighting, signage and installations, our ridiculously talented construction team can build the stand out feature that makes the party uniquely yours.
Not all features call for an engineer, electrician or a carpenter. We've hand woven light fittings, pulled together macrame arbours, laced thousands of teabags into a hanging display and extended a beautiful client artwork to form a 5-metre woven backdrop, to name just a few. One of our favourite parts of the job is sewing, weaving, painting, glueing, cutting and tying together a bold new idea.
That's just a few of the things that go into bringing your event to life. There's the months of planning, the weeks of playing, the days of labouring. Talking with other creatives and like-minded people. Hunting down the particular ingredients for the recipe of your day. Most of all, there's getting to know you and what would make you go, 'Wow!'.
Want to see this in action? Check out our work.