Blue & White vases and pots | new in stock

We are loving our newest range of blue and white vases and urns, which are available to purchase in store. We’ve also added quite a few to our rental collection and have been enjoying getting creative with colourful combinations of blooms.

 Blue and white vases and urns in store at the Darwin florist shop, Beija Flor, near Nightcliff

We chose the monstera vase for our house flowers clients in Fannie Bay, topped with pink cymbidium orchids and solomons seal and the huge Florence Urns on timber plinths at the Waratahs oval for a recent funeral. 

 Darwin house flowers at Fannie Bay private residence

These vases are big! - perfect for those local tropical blooms, like those vibrant heliconias and gingers that can be found at the Saturday markets in Parap. 

 Darwin funeral flowers, large floral arrangements, Waratah Oval, The Gardens, NT

We’re dreaming up all kinds of creative ideas for these blue and white Florence urns, picture them topped with olive branches and sunflowers for a stunning feature at a Tuscan styled wedding or create a backdrop for your desert buffet with collections of these filled with masses of frothy yellow dancing lady orchids, (being Brazilian inspired we at Beija Flor are particularly partial to a an intricately laden and styled ‘mesa de doce’).

Consider sending a custom created floral gift to your loved ones in Darwin or Palmerston, in one of these special vessels. 

 Urns and vases in blue and white glazed pottery, at Beija Flor, in Darwin available for hire

If you feel inspired by our new collection of glazed pottery, get in touch about your forthcoming Darwin wedding or event here. 

Melbourne Cup Day 2018

Ladies, have you an invite to a Melbourne Cup lunch on Tuesday? Perhaps you have an outfit in mind and haven’t found the headwear to match? 

 Maria Okwa wears flower crown at Darwin, NT, Australia

Did you know that Beija Flor’s team of florists are experts at creating flower crowns and bespoke headpieces, all with fresh flowers. To find out if we can help you put the finishing touch to your race day outfit send us a picture and we’ll suggest some options for you. 

At Beija Flor we’re of the opinion that occasions such as Melbourne Cup Day call for more dramatic floral head wear, we’re thinking… an over the top Frida Kahlo inspired piece in clashing shades. Popular flower varieties include large and showy blooms such as phalenopsis orchids, with their wide petals, garden roses which have a flatter profile than standard roses and cymbidium orchids in all colours. Flower crowns can also be created using delicate blooms such as waxflowers and rose buds, add pops of yellow from daisies or billy buttons for a relaxed a bohemian vibe.

Would you like to know how to make your own flower crowns and headpieces. Drop us a message and we’ll be sure to let you know about our next program of floral workshops. 

Wishing you all a Happy Melbourne Cup Day xo 

Paspaley Monsoon Collection Launch

‘The monsoon season breathes new life and beauty into the wild Kimberley coast - home to Paspaley Pearls. This high jewellery collection combines luminous pearls with rich coloured gemstones evoking the changes in flora as the wet season sets in.’

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In case you missed out on our recent wedding preview…

Intending to inspire… the studio was transformed with sparkling candlelight and delicious blooms in refreshing and unusual colour palettes. 

 inside Beija Flors Coconut Grove studio, colour popping orchids, interspersed with twinkling candlelight form a stunning tropical backdrop

A fun and tropical backdrop of colour popping orchids, including fabulous phalenopsis and zingy yellow dancing ladies, matched our resident bachelor in Peggy & Finn watermelon tie, (available Attitude for Men).

 a summery floral garland, snakes across the guest tables, flowers include ranunculus, hydrangea, tulips, dancing lady orchids (oncidium) and fragrant geranium greens, created by Darwin florist, Beija Flor

A summery floral garland snaked across the dining table in fresh hues of raspberry and zesty lemon. Tall vases topped with hydrangeas, roses, ranunculus and sweet peas, filled the studio with a divine fragrance.

 elegant glass vases of summery blooms, perfect for an indoor Darwin wedding reception, created by Beija Flor, Darwin wedding expert florists

Guest enjoyed platters of fine cheeses and gourmet nibbles from the deli at Parap Fine Foods.

‘It was just wonderful to connect with so many brides and grooms and hear about their unique vision for their wedding. We are so much looking forward to the 2019 Darwin wedding season.’ Since opening the studio in April this year, it has been our workshop and retail space, so many beautiful weddings were created here this dry season and we think this is possibly the best the studio has looked yet.

 Beija Flors Coconut Grove studio in Darwin was transformed for a fabulous evening of canapés and drinks for our 2019 Darwin brides and grooms.

Thank you to all the couples who joined us for a glass of bubbly at our first event wedding preview event. We are so excited about so many of the unique ideas for your Darwin weddings next year and can’t wait to get started on putting together beautiful floral decor for you.

The team at Beija Flor hope to make the wedding preview an annual event. Beija Flor wedding bookings for 2019 are now open, if you are planning your wedding and would like to learn more about Beija Flors bespoke wedding floral styling services, you can reach us here.

Photographer: Olga Biriukova