Western Cape Florists

When it comes to flowers, there are few wedding florists that can compete with Mother Nature. Then again, the flower engineers in this section of the site come pretty darn close, drawing their inspiration from the master herself. Wedding flowers certainly have a way of turning even the blandest of spaces into a jaw-dropping pièce de résistance. Whether woven into intricate strands, arranged in elaborate vases or cascading from just about every nook and cranny, no wedding is quite complete without a blossom or twenty.

Western Cape florists are particularly skilled in creating striking floral pieces using just about any flower, what with the abundance of species that are available in this region. What’s more, with Cape Town being the design capital, florists are known their daring sense of creativity, pushing the boundaries of Mother Nature’s gifts to create pure magic. While you might be tempted look outside the boundaries of the province, local wedding florists tend to have a better understanding of which flowers are most compatible with the region’s unique climate conditions; after all, wedding flowers shouldn’t lose their verve and sparkle before your guests do! cont...

Most wedding florists can create a masterpiece out of just about any blossoms and blooms that you might select as your ideal wedding flowers. Even if your chosen blossoms don’t necessarily go together like strawberries and cream, these flower experts have the know-how and skill to show you what will work and what won’t. But enough talk – it’s time to show you exactly what we’re talking about by introducing you to some of the country’s most renowned wedding florists. ...less

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