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influenced by london inspired by new york

instinctively brisbane.

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"because of the scent of eucalyptus on my fingertips"

Our story is a long one, it involves some travel, a homecoming and a lot of flowers.

You'll find it at the very end.

So let's talk about what we do for Brisbane and beyond. 

We are a floral design studio specialising in weddings, events, workshops, editorials and bouquet delivery.

Our style is wild, moving, textural, romantic and rambling, garden inspired design.

But with an edge - something unique, bold, dramatic and a little rebellious.

We love mixing these two ideas, the Garden and the Graffiti.

(left) image by Folk and Fawn Photography.

Created by Media By Emily, 2018.

Garden Graffiti The Lushington

weddings

Garden Graffiti The Lushington Wedding

Are you looking for a certified and internationally experienced floral designer for your wedding?

^ Kate Robinson Photography. 2018.

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At Garden Graffiti we specialise in creating wild and whimsical atmospheres, so that your big day is truly magical and out of this world.

^ Photography by Becky Van Straalen.

We believe that colour, texture and movement are so important when creating extraordinary designs.

See our florals up close in the video below.

^ Videography by White Lace Films.

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We’ve worked on lavish weddings in London & intimate ceremonies in New York City…

^ Bronte & Oscar. New York City. Media By Emily.

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We’ve created floral installations in Tuscan farmhouses and dinner parties in fields with fireflies…

^ Rebel Rebel Italia. Barga, Tuscany. Esther Ashmore Photography.

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^ Joshua and Nicole. Brisbane. Holly Arden Photography.

At Garden Graffiti we mix textured blooms and really concentrate on working within your colour palette. We use only the best quality flowers and always buy from local growers where possible.

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Trust us in helping to achieve your dream floral vision.

^ Shannon & Carlie. Brisbane. Linzie Russo Photography.

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Don’t worry.

We’ve got this.

^ Kate Robinson Photography. 2018.

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The Garden Graffiti Guarantee.

We are so confident in our product and service that we are offering your money back if you’re not satisfied.

This means that we will refund every last dollar (minus the wholesale flower cost) of your wedding if you’re not happy, yes we really mean that.

Thankfully, we’ve never had to do it yet, but it’s our way of assuring you!

We’ve created a 15 page ‘Wedding Guide’ with every last bit of information you may need from us, find it here! Lastly, get in touch for a personal consultation, I can’t wait to create some floral magic for you.

*Please note that we have a minimum order spend of $1500 for wedding clients.

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events

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Launching a new product? Opening a new restaurant? Fundraising for a new charity?

We absolutely love creating events.

Brisbane. Folk and Fawn Photography. 

Flowers make such a bold statement, and we are at our best when creating ‘wow’ floral pieces. Flower walls, hanging installations, growing gardens, you name it - not only have we done it (in cities like London and New York), but we treat each new project with individuality, you won’t find us making the same thing twice!

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^ Annie Jane Imagery. The Refinery. Brisbane. 2018.

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We also team up with some fantastic vendors who fit perfectly with our style, we make sure every element of your event is cohesive and on brand.

If you would like a quote or vendor recommendations, fill in the information below and we’ll be in touch!

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workshops

^ Rebel Rebel. London. Esther Ashmore Photography.

We have a workshop coming up! We are teaching our incredibly popular Everlasting Dried Flower Crowns at Wandering Cooks this March 2nd at 3pm. For more details and to buy tickets, click here!

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Want to learn how to make a #bouquetonlegs?

Or what about a killer headdress?

^ PRIDE. New York City. Media by Emily.

Maybe you've created a botanical infused gin and want to launch it with a botanical workshop?

Or you want to organise the best flower crown workshop for your hens night?

Perhaps you just want to learn new skills, we believe that learning is the key to life too!

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At Garden Graffiti we also do collaborative workshops with other creatives.

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If you’re interested in us hosting your workshop, or if you want to team up, then get in touch!

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Subscribe to our newsletter at the bottom of our page as we will release workshop dates to our email subscribers first!

Or if you want us to come to you for our workshop, fill in the information below and we’ll be in touch!

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collaboration

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We are incredibly passionate about collaboration across art, film, print, and fashion.

^ Grace Elizabeth Photography. Brisbane.

Let’s create some amazing things together.

Tell us your story + vision and we’ll come to the table.

Folk and Fawn Photography. 2018.

If you have an amazing product, then get in touch! Just fill out the details below and we’ll come back to you with enthusiasm and a head full of ideas.

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my floral story

This story picks up after my love of travel and flowers led me to London.

I somehow secured a job that allowed me to play with beautiful, garden style blooms all day long as shop manager for renowned florist Rebel Rebel (yes, they were responsible for Beyonce's floral headdress in US Vogue Sep 18!)

Memories of waking up early on cold, dark mornings to buy flowers from the New Convent Garden Flower Market, the smell of bacon sandwiches over the yell of ‘yer right?’ from the wholesale vendors, driving back to our workshop along the Thames, passing parliament and the iconic London skyline, coffee in hand, ready for another day.

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Home was then calling, the scent of eucalyptus on my fingertips was too strong to ignore.

Melbourne reintroduced me to the beauty of our native flowers and after some time there the leaves started changing, and then falling, and I was hoping maybe another summer, in the city that never sleeps could awaken me. 

And so the buzz of New York City called and I hit the ground running with an armful of flowers. From glamourous weddings in the Hamptons, to television premieres and 360 degree floral installations at the Lincoln Centre, I really was living a florists dream.

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But it was the colourful, bold Brooklyn blocks that really got my attention. And soon enough, my NYC minute was up.

Garden Graffiti is built from my experiences travelling with flowers and working with the best designers around the world. It was a seed in my head five years ago and now after some growing…

it's finally ready to sprout in my home city of Brisbane.

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