TWIG + TWINE
WHO WE ARE
Twig + Twine are an Auckland based premium wedding floral artist with a passion to create bespoke, perfectly curated arrangements for your wedding.
Using the best seasonal blooms, we marry your vision and aesthetic with mother nature to create lush, unique, modern romantic, elegant yet organic floral arrangements that nurtures an unforgettable atmosphere.
WHAT SERVICES DO WE OFFER?
We offer a full floral experience from initial concept design, execution, right through to putting your arrangements on the tables.
From bouquets & buttonholes/boutonnieres, arch flowers and statement pieces, to large-scale installations, we work hard to create stunning arrangements that reflect you and your vision.
For those who are a little uncertain about their floral vision or don't know where to start, we can help you turn concepts into a design cohesive with the rest of your wedding.
SEE FOR YOURSELF
Below is a small sample from our portfolio.
Click here to view our portfolio gallery with a small selection of our recent work.
Don't just take our word for it, here's what some of our past clients say about us.
"I'd just like to say thank you again for the work you and the team has done for the flowers. They look amazing in person and also on photos.
It was exactly what we hoped it'll look like!"
Angela & Jono
St Margaret's Cafe, April 2018
"Thank you and your team very much for your incredible flowers at our wedding. They looked absolutely amazing, especially the chandelier above the bridal table.
Everyone commented on how incredible everything looked, you did such an amazing job.
"Thanks again, and we will have no hesitation in recommending you to anyone in the future"
Simon & Alysha
Kauri Bay Boomrock
Thank you so much for the absolutely stunning flowers you did for our wedding.
They exceeded my expectation by far and you fully understood my vision for the day
Simone & Alex,
Mantells Mt Eden, April 2018
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