From a simple floral gesture to a grand floral arch, beautifully composed flowers set the scene for a truly memorable occasion. Crafting the perfect bridal bouquet or floral crown is approached with an artistic eye. Mikarla’s ability to source and grow the finest blooms, and her knowledge of seasonality and trends allow her to design concepts that are unique and timeless.
Having worked on large-scale events in both Sydney and Berlin, Mikarla’s event floral styling is highly conceptual and fearless. Her experience working with luxury brands and discerning clients has given Mikarla substantial experience working to a brief, tight time frames and budgets, whilst maintaining the capacity to always push the limits and create an element of drama and occasion.
You will learn the skills of floral design in a relaxed, inspiring and fun environment. The workshops can be tailored to groups, such as hens’ parties and bridal showers parties, birthday celebrations, or corporate team building where a group can enjoy a great day in Mikarla's idillic Southern Highlands studio. We can also cater to a location of your choice. Mikarla’s workshops have a seasonal focus and can accommodate varying levels of skill. An up-to-date workshop schedule can be found on Mikarla’s Bauer's Facebook and Instagram accounts.
Stylist - She Designs
Event producer - Mason Browne
Celebrant - Nina Deboard
Registry - Jumbled Online
Catering - Katering
Lingerie - Top Drawer Lingerie
Photography - Amelia Fullarton
Mikarla has spent the last 10 years as a floral designer working for boutique florists in both Sydney and Berlin. She is regarded as one of Sydney’s most exciting florists, blending her own unique style and vision with the client’s needs to create bespoke installations of the highest standard.
Currently dividing her time between Sydney and the Southern Highlands, Mikarla incorporates her own farm grown flowers and produce into her work to provide clients with locally sourced arrangements that complement the season.
Mikarla's strength lies in bold and unexpected colour combinations, contrasting textures and a compulsive desire to search the countryside for that special bloom.