Founder and Creative Director
My journey into floristry started out as a creative medium for dealing with. the loss of my mother. My love for flowers quickly grew into an ever unravelling curiosity to learn and create. Whilst recently graduating from uni, and already working as a teacher through the week, I spent my Saturdays stepping back into the classroom to learn about the wonderful world of flowers.
It has been seven years since those early days, and I have now gotten married, wrapped up my teaching career, had two babies and am in love with my business and my beautiful clients more than ever!
If I'm not floralling up a wedding, you can find me cooking and sharing meals with friends, singing (always), cuddling my babies or travelling this beautiful planet.
We operate our business from a place of honesty and we pride ourselves on being both helpful and transparent. We want you to be well informed about your options, and make your planning as stress free as possible.
We love to statements that create maximum impact in your space. We believe that these pieces will create memorable moments and evoke emotion.
Every element of your event has been thoughtfully designed with you in mind.
At Brushwood Floral Design our vision is to create thoughtful designs with you with you in mind. We seek to provide superior service, fine quality and we are dedicated to the details that help to tell your story. We love building beautiful spaces that have been curated specifically for you.
The Brushwood aesthetic is centred around loosely structured floral arrangements and large scale installations with pops of colour. We love sourcing rambling foliages and mixing them with premium and seasonal blooms. We have a vast selection of styling items that all of our clients have access to for their event. We absolutely adore creating abundant tablescapes. Lush compotes filled with dancing blooms, bud vase clusters, pops of fruit, an assortment of candles in complimenting tones and dreamy draping premium fabrics.
Photography by Olguin Photography