Meet Adele, the creative of Wild Art Floral who has a passion for design that follow the vision of her clients with an edge of sustainability. One of our most outstanding design styles often features local native Australian flowers from the region. Defining floral designs that include rustic, bohemian, luxury-modern and wild reflects the rich natural environment in the South West. We managed to find Adele at this busy time with a few questions.. lets meet Adele!
WHEN DID YOU BEGIN THIS CREATIVE JOURNEY?
I first started working in the floral industry at age 20 (10 years ago). I was hired by a Perth Wholesaler called “Everbloom Flowers” and ended up working there both full-time and casual for a lengthy 8 years! I was studying Town Planning at the time but would have much rather of been playing with flowers.
WHAT SPARKED YOUR LOVE OF FLORISTRY?
I love working with and in nature. I find it to be so soothing, inspiring and reviving! I also love making others happy which is definitely a big part of my job. I have always been quite creative also, so im over the moon that i can express my creativity through my work.
WHAT CAN YOUR CLIENTS EXPECT FROM YOU?
I am very easy going and love working with my clients to figure out a style to suit their big day. I also love a good challenge as it allows my ideas and creativity to expand- this is where i get the most fulfillment out of my job!
HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR STYLE?
Natural, authentic and eye catching.
FAVOURITE TIME OF DAY?
Sunset! Love a colourful sunset. I also feel like thats when im most energised.
YOUR LOCAL TO GRAB A COFFEE?
I don’t drink coffee! Although i love a tumeric latte from the White Elephant.
WHERE WOULD WE FIND YOU AWAY FROM YOUR WORKSHOP?
Out in the ocean. My hobbies include surfing, diving and swimming.
WHAT’S YOUR KIND OF FUN?
Catching up with friends down the beach.
ANYTHING YOU WOULD LIKE TO SHARE ABOUT WILD ART FLORAL?
We strive to be as sustainable as possible. All our produce comes from the South West and a little from Perth. Sometimes we may have to import roses but otherwise, we love to express the rich Mediterranean soils of the South West by using proteas, eucalyptus, and long-lasting field flowers!
”We strive to be as sustainable as possible. All our produce comes from the South West and a little from Perth. Sometimes we may have to import roses but otherwise, we love to express the rich Mediterranean soils of the South West by using proteas, eucalyptus, and long-lasting field flowers!” Adele working on installations at Birdwood Estate
“Sustainability is not always a common principle for some businesses in this industry and I really push my business to align with that, while educating my customers and clients as well.” An excerpt from an interviewed by Bendigo Bank of Augusta Margaret River, Adeles’ ethics in business and creativity shines through.http://mrbg.com.au/weddingdirectory/wild-art-floral-designs