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Hunt and Gather

As dramatic as a Dutch painting.

Tellie Hunt, the talent behind Hunt and Gather, will be waiting to greet you at The Wedding Co. Market on Sunday February 25th, to for get to stop, say hi and small the roses.

Here is a short Q&A for you to get some insight to Tellie’s creative process.

1. How would you describe your company?
We are a full service event florist focusing on unstructured designs that reflect the environment they surround. We pride ourselves on getting to know the couples that we work with in order to create floral arrangements that reflect their personal style.

2. What would you say your design style is?
We take our inspiration from Dutch paintings and are driven by what grows naturally in gardens. Being a florist for me means creating temporary sculptures where every bloom ties into the next, creating a colour story for your eye to follow. I want your guests to interact with the flowers piece by piece as they look through the layers of blooms.

3. What is your favourite flower?
Definitely the hardest question to ask any florist (lol). I would say my top five are: Chocolate Cosmos, Frittilaria, Koko Loko Roses, Nicotiana and Fox Glove.

4. What is it about working with couples to create their wedding decor that you love?
I love being apart of planning events from start to finish and getting to know them along the way. A lot of my clients feel like friends by the end of the process and I feel so privileged to be a part of their big days. There is something truly special about seeing something you dreamt up on paper come to life after a whole lotta love goes into it.

5. What should couples expect when they meet you at the show?
I would love to be the friendly face of someone you feel like you know even though you haven’t met them before. I am pretty chatty and love getting to know people so please come say hi!

Photos 1,2,3 & 5: Scarlet O’Neill
Photo 4 & 7: Lushana Bale
Photo 6: Purple Tree
Photo 8: Whitney Heard
Photo 9: Taylor & Porter
Photo 10: Danijela Weddings


Sunday February 25th, 2018

Meet Tellie at the Market!

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