Beautiful bouquets: 5 artisanal florists to know
Dreamy just like the name suggests, Mimpi Murni - which translates into Murni's dream, is the brainchild of graphic designer Murni Roslim. Each floral arrangement requested is uniquely crafted, with unconventional materials frequently used as well and they also do event favours and giftbaskets. With Murni's background in graphic design, she also creates beautiful invitations for any occasion.
A mini bouquet to brighten someone's dull day or a special floral surprise every day in a week? Happy Bunch does that all, and you can order from their website and have the flowers delivered right to the receiver's doorstep. The brand's philosphy is all about giving flowers at anytime, without needing a special occasion for it other than to put a smile on someone's face. Depending on the blooms for the day, they are curated and wrapped minus fancy paper since they use biodegradable materials.
Big is beautiful and Sharina Sheen's floral arrangements are just that. Playing with bright colours, pastel blooms and more exotic flowers such as hydrangeas and tulips, they make a statement in any room or at any event.
Simple, stunning and a play on contrasting colours, Flora Hera's beautiful arrangements can be seen at many weddings and as boutonnieres on groomsmen and grooms. Owner Farah's design philosophy is about good things coming from sincerity and admits to being honest and spontaneous in terms of selecting the floral to be used in her arrangements. "I update myself with the latest trends in the floral industry in and outside of this country and I keep demanding myself to be different, although it is really difficult. My brand and work might stand out from others because the ideas are genuine, fresh, and I don't mind experimenting with things that aren't commonly accepted."
The Floral Designer
If you're after freshly cut flowers or even customised handmade fabric flowers, The Floral Designer is one to look at. Their gorgeous wedding setups are to die for, especially the intricate bridal and bridesmaid bouquets. Customised dramatic table centrepieces are also a specialty (think blooming buds and plenty of leaves) and you can be guaranteed guests will be oohing and aahing over them for hours.
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