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At BOTANY planning and designing flowers is our passion. We understand that your wedding flowers should reflect your personal style and love for each other. We are keen to help you express all of this loveliness through exceptional and bespoke floral design. We specialize in Local & Green Options for weddings, by hand-picking local and seasonal flower and plant varieties. 

We offer Event Styling. Have us create custom pieces and locate props for your one-of-a-kind wedding. 

Most importantly, we make sure that YOU, our lovely client, are thrilled with your stunning wedding flowers!


Let us take care of your complete floral décor on your big day. This can include any combination of Bouquets, Boutonnières, Corsages, Centrepieces, Tablescapes, Candles, Ceremony Flowers, Garlands, Installations, and more. Full service wedding floral design starts at a minimum of $5,000, not including tax, delivery and set-up fees. To request a quote for wedding flowers and services from us, simply fill in the Request A Quote Form and we will get back to you with an estimation on your flowers.


Wedding consultations are by appointment only. Contact Us today as we book limited weddings to ensure quality design.

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Our initial consultation will give us the opportunity to sit down and get to know you, while also giving you the chance to share with us your must-haves and your flower dreams.  We take this hour to look through images, jot down notes, consider logistics, and brainstorm. We also ask that you come prepared with an idea of a budget, so that we know how we can service you best. What to expect during your consultation - We will discuss floral elements that suit your taste, the season, chosen venue, and colour palette. It would be helpful to bring any photographs of floral styles or flower types you may have in mind. If you haven't made many decisions yet, don't fret, we can help get you inspired!

After we meet, our design team will discuss ideas you've given us to create one, cohesive design especially for you!


We will present you with a floral design proposal for your wedding that was inspired by you and created by us. We will email you with a quote and from there we'll figure out what works and what doesn't; what you simply can't live without and what may not be as crucial. We get the design to a place where we all can leave in excitement and anticipation.


Based upon your consultation, a customized quote will be prepared for you. For your convenience, read our Wedding Pricing Guide for general pricing.


In order for us to pencil your date in our calendar, a 50% retainer is required to secure our services for your wedding date. This retainer allows us to commit to you our time. Your booking can be made within the due date set on your quote and until then we cannot ensure date availability or ongoing design consultations.


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This greenery-filled dream wedding with ivory and gold details was featured recently on WedLuxe. A juxtaposition of modern chic and vintage romance is at the forefront of this styled shoot. Soft, natural florals that feature plenty of greenery are perfectly accented by crisp ivory and gold details. This classic and stylish wedding inspiration is a perfect marriage of contrasts.

Get inspired by all the details - see the full feature HERE.

Creative Director: Valerie & Co. Weddings & Events  Photography: Rhythm Photography  Floral Design: Botany Floral Studio

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This wedding The Doctor's House showcased a mix of soft romantic blooms and lush greenery, complimented with clear glassware and lots of pillar candles to twinkle all night. Layering of garden roses, roses, dahlias, ranunculus, lisianthus, astilbe, Queen Anne's lace, silver dollar eucalyptus, Italian ruscus, ferns and farm-foraged foliage.

At the ceremony, we lined the aisle at the chapel with mixed foliage arrangements, which were later repurposed along the base of the Head Table with groupings of candles. Oversized floral arrangements in cement urns displayed tons of roses, lisianthus, silver dollar eucalyptus, farm-foraged foliage, and touches of Queen Anne's lace. They were elevated on cement pedestals at both ceremony and reception.

We played with levels using different heights of cylinder vases with taupe pillar candles and placed these amongst the arrangements at the Head Table and on their Guest Tables. Mixed foliage and florals were draped along the Head Table, reaching down for the lower arrangements at ground level. And we placed mixed floral arrangements in gold compotes on their Guest Tables. Overhead, lush foliage was draped on the chandeliers throughout the room at the reception.

Design & Planning: Rainbow Chan Weddings & Events   Photography: ARTIESE   Floral Design: Botany Floral Studio

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A late October wedding at Enoch Turner Schoolhouse featured an unstructured, wild look, natural palette, and dried grasses and foliage. Flowers and foliage included ranunculus, Quicksand roses, Toffee roses, anemones, Italian ruscus, ivy bush, Queen Anne's lace, cream Majolica spray roses, cream everlasting strawflowers, brownie carnations, dried fan palms, white umbrella ferns, natural bunny tail grasses, and phragmite grasses.

The welcome sign was draped in fresh foliage. The welcome table and bar was dotted with a mix of candles and floral arrangements.

At the ceremony, we placed two oversized arrangements at the start of the aisle, which were later repurposed at the base of the Sweetheart Table. A semi-circle  ground arch surrounded the couple at the ceremony. We played with levels using different heights of grasses and blooms, keeping with the unstructured and wild look. A loose Italian ruscus foliage garland with clusters of flowers was draped over the baby grand piano.

The ground arch was later repurposed at the reception, framed within the Schoolhouse's distinct windows. A mix of candles, along with laid fresh Italian ruscus foliage and smaller floral arrangements were placed along the Sweetheart Table and the length of the longer Guest Tables.

Photography: Scarlet O'Neill Photography   Floral Design: Botany Floral Studio

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Soft and beautifully romantic pieces which incorporate a subdued colour palette of dusty blue and ashen gray to give a comfortably cooling atmosphere which matches the magnificence of a vast seaside horizon. With the goal of simplicity and elegance in mind, the use of a uniform colour theme throughout all the many elements of the shoot alongside incorporating the natural scenery of Toronto’s harbourfront gave the styled shoot both a nuanced, minimalist yet authentic vibrance.

Get inspired by all the details - see the full feature HERE.

Creative Director & Planner: Rainbow Chan    Photography: Julia Park Photography    Floral Design: Botany Floral Studio
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Truly a mid-summer night's dream at Trinity Chapel and the Royal Ontario Museum. At the ceremony, we lined the aisle with fresh foliage pew markers made with smilax vines, Italian ruscus and trailing ribbons. Burgundy pom dahlias, Café au Lait dahlias, viburnum berries, smilax vine, cotinus, anemones, ranunculus, Italian ruscus, spray roses and O'Hara garden roses made up the florals in the pretty bouquets and the floral arrangements reaching from end to end at the reception.

We styled flowers into small to large gold compotes and golden vases. Arrangements were dotted throughout the venue, including down the guest tables and the head table, all through the cocktail area, and on the entrance table. To complete the tablescapes, juicy figs and concord grapes spilled from arrangements and lined the tables amongst lush foliage garlands and twinkling candles.

Styling & Planning: Lexington and Co. Events    Photography: ARTIESE    Floral Design: Botany Floral Studio
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ETHEREAL LAKESIDE STYLED SHOOT {featured on Style Me Pretty}

This ethereal lake-side styled shoot took place at the Beaches in Toronto. Full of lush flowers and flowy, ethereal gowns that tell the story with each layer of soft tulle and pastel hue, matching perfectly to the sunset sky. Bridal bouquets and a flower crown featuring Cafe au Lait dahlias, roses, garden roses, spray roses, delphiniums, ranunculus, and plenty of lush foliage.

Get inspired by all the details - see the full feature HERE.

Styling & Photography: Julia Park Photography    Floral Design: Botany Floral Studio
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Knox College Chapel provides the backdrop for this classic and romantic wedding. Sarah and Gary chose classic and romantic blooms in a pale pastel palette for their summer wedding. Flowers and foliage include David Austin Juliet garden roses, Sahara roses, Playa Blanca roses, white ranunculus, cream majolica spray roses, dusty miller, with touches of seeded eucalyptus and Italian ruscus. The theme is carried through to table settings - with romantic florals running the centre of their guest tables.

Photography: Astin of One & Only Studio    Floral Design: Botany Floral Studio
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Old Hollywood glamour and a sophisticated colour palette of red, white, and blue were the inspiration for this outdoor styled shoot set on the lush Royal Botanical Gardens. We used ample foliage and deep crimson blooms to create these dramatic and moody florals, such as dahlias, spray roses, clematis, cotinus, bachelor buttons, viburnum berries, pieris, scabiosa, physocarpus, with trailing seeded eucalyptus and ribbons.

Get inspired by all the details - see the full feature HERE.

Styling & Photography: Katya Leclerc    Floral Design: Botany Floral Studio

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This intimate wedding at Evergreen Brickworks was romantic and moody. We filled the bridal bouquet and compote vases with lush displays of our farm grown Cafe au Lait dahlias, O'Hara garden roses, ranunculus, clematis, astilbe, Grey Knight roses, and olive branch. We love the billowy ribbon in the bride's bouquet! Their ceremony was framed with a beautiful archway filled with lovely flowers and spilling foliage.

Styling: Laura Olsen Events    Photography: Brandon Scott Photography    Floral Design: Botany Floral Studio
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The Great Hall provided the backdrop for this vibrant and tropical-inspires wedding. The bridal party carried pink king proteas framed with larger tropical leaves and palms. Flowers and foliage in the vibrant palette included coral charm peonies, blueberry roses, tropical amazon roses, orange pincushion protea, purple anthuriums, billy balls, black knight scabiosa, and burgundy ranunculus.

On the stage, vine-like, flowing and natural flowers and tropical foliage covered two pillars placed on either side of the stage. We also displayed large Boston ferns and large monstera plants in cement pots along the stage. For the Chuppah, a larger spraying swag at the top left corner with florals and greenery trailing down and across. 

For the guest tables, we filled clear bud vases with monstera leaves, umbrella ferns, palm leaves, and philodendron leaves.

Photography: Sara Monika, Photographer   Floral Design: Botany Floral Studio

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TORONTO ISLAND STYLED SHOOT {featured on Style Me Pretty Canada}

This Toronto Island engagement session was inspired by a looser, more natural style. We used ample foliage and trailing blooms such as ferns, ivy viburnum, trachellium, bridal wreath spiraea and soloman's seal, along with larger ruffled blooms like peonies and lisianthus. 

Some of our favourite pictures are found below and you can see the full feature and gallery HERE.

Styling & PhotographyKatya Leclerc    Floral Design: Botany Floral Studio

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A moody pastel palette and modern garden style for this wedding at The Omni King Edward Hotel. Flowers and trailing ferns and vines found throughout their wedding, including Bridal Party Bouquets, contained black scabiosa, Quicksand roses, Golden Mustard roses, lisianthus, spray roses, snapdragons, plumosa ferns, privet berries, Italian ruscus, and ivy. Sand-coloured taper candles were anchored with black sand and flickered amongst their lush centrepieces at their Guest Tables and across their Head Table. Touches of faceted terrariums with blooms were dotted throughout their tablescapes.

Photography: Julian Moniz + Kelly Moniz    Floral Design: Botany Floral Studio

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Brandon Scott Photography approached us to create a bridal bouquet and flower crown for this beach inspired photoshoot featuring All About Romance Veils from Australia. Flowers and foliages seen in this shoot include ranunculus, Early Grey roses, David Austin garden roses, pieris japonica, seeded eucalyptus, Queen Anne's lace, veronica, lace hydrangeas, cosmos, coral fern, snow berries, and seed pods. This styled wedding shoot was inspired by the beach and a neutral, cool colour palette. The dewy weather gives a picturesque aesthetic that fits the theme perfectly! It was shot on location at the Bluffs.

Styling & Photography: Brandon Scott Photography    Floral Design: Botany Floral Studio

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We lined the aisle with massed arrangements of various ferns and moss, bringing in an outdoors feel to this ornate room. These arrangements were later moved to the ends of longer guest tables at the reception. The Bride carried a loosely styled bouquet of filler flowers including astilbe, baby's breath, Queen Anne's lace, and Japanese anemones. The Groom wore a boutonnière of astilbe and the groomsmen wore boutonnières with spray roses, filler flowers, and dusty miller. The Bridesmaids' bouquets were inspired by smudge sticks and were made with spray rose, astilbe, baby's breath, cedar, and dusty miller, which were bound with thin cotton string.

For the reception, taller vases filled with baby's breath and Queen Anne's lace were placed at the centre of each longer guest table, along with smaller vintage glass bottles filled with individual blooms like astrantia, ferns, spray roses, baby's breath, astilbe, and Queen Anne's lace dotted the length of the tables. For their round guest tables that circled the room, we made loosely styled mixed arrangements of filler flowers including astilbe, baby's breath, Queen Anne's lace, spray roses, and Japanese anemones. More smaller vintage bottles with blooms were placed around the venue, including the Entrance Table, Signing Table, and Cake Table.

Photography: Devic Fotos    Floral Design: Botany Floral Studio
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BOHEMIAN PICNIC IN THE PARK STYLED SHOOT {featured on Style Me Pretty Canada}

This Kinfolk-inspired styled shoot was shot in High Park, Toronto. Full of whimsy, lush flowers with a freshly plucked-from-the-ground feel, and flowy, ethereal gowns. A bridal bouquet, flower crown and a large lush arrangement were filled with some of our favourite blooms and foliage, including  lilac, garden roses, peonies, ranunculus, anemones, wild rose branch, stock, and olive branch.

Styling & Photography: Julia Park Photography    Floral Design: Botany Floral Studio

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Kortright Centre provides the backdrop for this summer wedding. Pretty pastel blooms with pops of coral appear throughout this wedding. Flowers and foliage found in the bouquets, garlands, and centrepieces include peonies, pink charm peonies, garden roses, sweetheart roses, dahlias, brunia, freesia, and dusty miller. 

Photography: Nikki Mills Photography    Floral Design: Botany Floral Studio