Melbourne

Flower Wall Hire Melbourne AND ALL OTHER MELBOURNE SUBURBS.

We have many happy clients in Melbourne, Victoria who decided to hire our flower walls for their event.

Our experienced team will come by and set up the flower wall compeltely for you, and will be back to disassemble the wall and pack it up once you are done.
Our Melbourne Flower Wall Hire is great for impressing your guests, and providing a beautiful floral backdrop to take photos against. We can also arrange customised signage for your wall, which will be yours to keep on the night. The Flower Wall is made to wow your guests, and allows you to effortlessly create a mood for the photos taken with no hassle.
Which flower wall should I select?
We always recommend selecting a wall that will contrast with the main colours on the night. For example, if you are wearing white, we recommend a dark green (unless it is a Wedding). Contrasting backdrops give you the glam, without taking away any attention from the main subject in the photos!

Contact us at hello@flowerwallevents.com.au today to enquire about the walls available.

More about Melbourne
Melbourne City Centre (sometimes referred to as “Central City”,[2] and colloquially known as simply “The City”) is an area of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It is the area in which Melbourne was established in 1835, by John Batman and John Pascoe Fawkner,[3] and its boundaries are defined by the Government of Victoria’s Melbourne Planning Scheme.[4] Today it comprises the two oldest areas of Melbourne; the Hoddle Grid and Queen Victoria Market, as well as sections of the redeveloped areas of Docklands and Southbank/Wharf.[4] It is not to be confused with the larger local government area of the City of Melbourne.

More about Melbourne_
Melbourne City Centre (sometimes referred to as “Central City”,[2] and colloquially known as simply “The City”) is an area of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It is the area in which Melbourne was established in 1835, by John Batman and John Pascoe Fawkner,[3] and its boundaries are defined by the Government of Victoria’s Melbourne Planning Scheme.[4] Today it comprises the two oldest areas of Melbourne; the Hoddle Grid and Queen Victoria Market, as well as sections of the redeveloped areas of Docklands and Southbank/Wharf.[4] It is not to be confused with the larger local government area of the City of Melbourne.