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Something blue…

Something blue…

Congratulations to Megan and Cameron! The lovely couple were married at St Andrew’s Church on 6th December 2013. On a glorious Friday afternoon, friends and family gathered at the St Andrew’s Church to witness the pair exchange their vows.  The First Class Functions floral team created a truly spectacular entrance at the church with an arrangement of woven hearts and white roses on stone pedestals  either side of the door and an incredible flower garland of white flowers and vine across the top.  Inside the […]

Tickled Pink in Noosa

Tickled Pink in Noosa

 Congratulations to Kasia and Hayden who tied the knot on 19th October 2013! The couple exchanged their vows under the Pandanus trees at Maison La Plague in front of 80 of their closest family and friends.  The ceremony was styled by First Class Functions and as guests took their seats, white rice paper lanterns and hanging ribbons with pastel flowers swung overhead. A tasteful splash of pink was extended to the décor from the bridesmaid and flower girl dress (how gorgeous is little Matylda?!) through to the […]

Cute as a Button-hole

Cute as a Button-hole

Button hole Flowers April 27, 2012

Wedding buttonholes have come a long way from the rigid single blooms of the past.  While roses and carnations are still a popular choice for traditionalists, we are now seeing a spectacular array of floral choices from orchids to sea-holly to pepper berries and everything in between! The tradition of the buttonhole has evolved over many years.  In Medieval times, a knight would wear his ladies colours over his heart as a declaration of his love.  And in Ancient Greece, […]