Flowers after hours.
Some things (actually a lot of things) are more expensive in Denmark than New Zealand. But when it comes to flowers, I find them super cheap. There will always be a good selection of cut flowers at the supermarket with a bunch of roses costing around 30kr (NZ$6). Then in almost equal frequency to bakery shops you'll find local florist shops scattered throughout the city and suburbs. Our closest is 500 metres away. It's a big industry in Denmark as people cozy up and 'hygge' their homes with flowers.
But this week I spied the ultimate in floral needs - a vending machine outside our local florist shop with beautiful bouquets available for sale after the shop closes. For all your after hour floral and hygge emergencies.
We strive to leave no detail left undone. That includes getting to know our brides and incorporating things with sentimental value into their special day. Thanks to Eric and Jamie for capturing the beauty of Ashleigh’s bouquet with the family heirloom that we attached to her bridal bouquet for wedding day!!
For Alyssa ✨ Lately my favorite color palettes are undefined. Muted + marbled tones are the main focus with a touch of color that ties in other important details. They feature seasonality + originality. This bouquet 👆🏻even has some hellebore from my “garden” that I had planted in early March. Can’t believe the were still in bloom. Such a special bouquet for a special bride. @alongobucco