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22nd November, 2011
Lucy Feagins
Tuesday 22nd November 2011

Gorgeous wedding flowers by Melbourne floral designer Amy Wright of Wunderplant

Such cute and unexpected floral combinations!

Amy wright is a multi-talented and perhaps somewhat indecisive local creative!   She is one half of design team Woot'n Wright, and co-runs A Shop called Milton with partner Jess Wooten (a shoemaker - blogged here).  She also has a passion for all things botanical and runs a floristry business called Wunderplant too!  Until recently Wunderplant was based out of A Shop called Milton, but this burgeoning little business has already outgrown its nest, so Amy has taken over a little studio just around the corner.  Here she creates all manner of floral treasures - posies for the shop and selected other retail outlets, creative installations, wedding flowers, buttonholes and corsages.

Wunderplant flowers emulate the simple garden posy - cute and quirky, not too structured.  Amy using seasonal flowers, unexpected foliage, herbs and even the odd common weed!   For more pics of her gorgeous work check out her website and blog.

Wunderplant creates flowers for cafés, visual merchandising, weekly flowers for small creative businesses, weddings and events.   My life will be COMPLETE when this 'small creative business' has a weekly flower budget.   I'm writing that into my five year plan as we speak.

Amy will be at The Melbourne Design Market on Sunday December 4th with her gorgeous blooms, alongside Jess Wootten and his fabulous handcrafted footwear.

Wedding flowers by Amy Wright of Wunderplant

Amy Wright of Wunderplant

Studio Wunderplant

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