Designing wedding florals that feel the way you feel.

floral artist

Queenstown's leading wedding studio creates floral art that goes far beyond, "I need a wedding bouquet." Embracing the feelings and memories that make up your love story, artist Gypsy West specialises in intuitive designs that have never been seen before.

Innovating wedding florals through sensory exploration and emotive designs.

The STudio

When I was a little girl helping my grandmother in her garden, I dreamed of fairies and fairy kingdoms that lived among the flowers. I'd walk past floral shops and stare at the stories inside, imagining what it might be like to "be a lady in a flower shop," as Eliza Dolittle dreamed in My Fair Lady. I was simply playing with flowers while working in a coffee shop in Queenstown, NZ when that dream came true with the purchase of a local flower company. Now I get to shape flowers for intimate weddings into unforgettable pieces of art, and you get to have a wedding aesthetic that is even better than you've imagined.

Gypsy West

The Artist

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step one

I love to listen to your love story, how you and your lover met and what has brought you to this beautiful wedding step you are taking. 

Tell me your story.

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Step TWo

Your inspiration, a certain type of flower, or a favorite color palette, textures you love -- this is how we'll build the aesthetic that will tell your story.

Gather the pieces.

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Step Three

Your floral design will be a co-creation, pieces of you combined with my creative vision for a result that will exceed your expectations.

Create the design.

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Step four

I customise every design so it is unique to you, with extra attention to detail, personal delivery + presentation, and  the biggest hug you'll get on your day.

Fall in love.

The Process

PLAN YOUR WEDDING WITH THE LOVERS

Creating one-of-a-kind, all-inclusive New Zealand elopements
for modern lovers seeking unconventional adventures and seamless experiences with an uncommon aesthetic.

CO-FOUNDER
The Lovers Co.

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