Throwback Thursday | Aspen Flowers and Co featured on Dagbreek

It was round about this time last year , Aspen Flowers and Co had the priviledge of welcoming Dagbreek in to the shop to chat about small businesses and the process of planning your wedding and event floral decor.
Enjoy the clip below folks!

Julian and Justine Romantic Duck Egg Wedding

Julian and Justine


Julian and Justine’s wedding took place earlier this year at a private residence. The dream like feeling of this wedding was unreal to the backstage crew behind this one. As the bridesmaids practiced their run through, the sun glistened on perhaps one of the most idylic settings we have created to date, carnation garlands trickled down the trees complementing a natural foliage arch which created a center point in garden while wispy babies breath greeted guests.

The Team Behind this Wedding


Lush, earthy and moody blues set the tone for the reception marquee. A tablescape of succulents, grey foliage,  hydrangeas, and white seasonal blooms was in abundance. Floral wreath installations of eucalyptus, ivy, hydrangeas, and fynbos showered guests with snowdens….

Event Coordinator

Justine Gevisser

Wedding Stylist

Elsje Burger



Stefan and Albie Wed!

aspen_stefan_albie_01This was by far our show stopper towards the end of last year’s wedding and event season. We couldn’t have asked for a better way to end off our floral journey for the year.  The epitome of the ultimate floral project – from a super talented coordinator – Elizabeth from BonTon, to supported lighting and furniture from Johan at In and Out Events to absolutely incredible clients. Stefan and Albie’s abode served as ideal intimate setting for their wedding. Their home was already beautifully capsulated with a unique design aesthetic. Our floral expertise allowed us to further extend the character of their home. Don’t get us the wrong… The brief was quite specific, yet within the strict black outlines there was also a lot, and we mean a lot of room to play around… OTT was the name of the game. So the build up began, first enter the disco balls, then blooms began to rekindle our tired souls – masses of greenery (from petite apple branches to magnolia), kangaroo paw, hydrangeas, wall street roses, glads, stargazer lilies, aliums, artichokes,  tulips, not to mention the seasonal fruit and plenty of candlelight.And then the day arrived, although the wall installation of a series of floral displays would be the bloom feature of the day, guests were enticed in every corner of this home. With each space echoing a different atmosphere; from an suspended arrangement in the shower to cascading display in the bath. This is surely one intimate wedding that we will continue to look back on.

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