Here are some of our frequently asked questions.
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How does sustainability factor into Braer’s gestures and arrangements?

Sustainability is a core principle at Braer. We embrace the cyclical nature of flowers and only use locally sourced and in-bloom flowers from local growers. We ensure all of our packaging is fully recyclable and compostable in order to give back to the earth. We value transparency and leading by example throughout our sourcing and creative process. 

Do you offer flower delivery services for special occasions other than weddings?

Yes, we offer local flower delivery for our bespoke gestures within Byron Bay, Suffolk Park, Bangalow, Brunswick Heads, Ocean Shores, Billinudgel, and Mullumbimby. Delivery within a 5km radius of our studio within the Byron Industrial Estate is free of charge.

What’s the average cost of wedding flowers at Braer?

The cost of wedding flowers can vary depending on your specific requirements and preferences. At Braer, we work closely with you to craft customised arrangements and installations. Feel free to reach out to us to discuss your flower arrangement ideas and vision, and we can provide you with a tailored quote.

What is the process for a flower installation for my local business in Byron Bay and Brisbane, and what venues have you worked with?

At Braer, we specialise in creating statement flower arrangements for local businesses in Byron bay and Brisbane. Our client roster includes venues like St Agni, The Sunseeker, Bar Heather, Luna Wine Store, Nimbus, and more. These arrangements are locally sourced and uniquely customised for each space. We maintain a small client roster to ensure top-quality service and attention to detail, making every installation a true work of art. To be considered for our services, please don’t hesitate to contact us. 

What steps should I follow to extend the life of gift-wrapped bouquets from Braer?

When you receive a gift-wrapped bouquet, it’s important to remove the decorative paper wrapping. However, leave the binding that holds the bouquet together intact to preserve the florist's carefully designed shape. After giving the stems a 2-3cm angled cut and placing them in water, be sure to periodically clean your vase, change the water, and trim the stems every two to three days. Remove any flowers or leaves showing signs of aging.

What’s the recommended care routine for vase arrangements from Braer?

To maintain the shape of vase arrangements, regularly replace the vase water and trim the stems at an angle every two to three days. When the stems are out of the vase, use string to hold them together and preserve the arrangement's form. After cleaning the vase and snipping the stems, return them to fresh water, and eliminate any withered flower heads or leaves from the bouquet.

How should I care for native Australian flowers and handle particular stem types such as woody, hollow, and hairy stems?

Many native Australian flowers are highly thirsty and require frequent water top-ups. For woody stems, make a vertical cut up the stem rather than struggling with scissors. Hollow-stemmed flowers, like jonquils, daffodils, dahlias, and delphinium, may benefit from straight cuts, but ensure the stem end isn't completely flat on the bottom of the vase to allow water uptake. For hairy-stemmed flowers such as Gerberas and Poppies, limit water depth to no more than 6cm.