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Hi, I'm Corrie.
Lover of puns, cheese scones and espresso martinis.

Also an inappropriate laugher. 

The face behind the flowers.

Morrie & Maisie Event Flowers is named after my creative grandparents, Morrie and Maisie. They were artists in Scotland and made magical window displays in some of Glasgow's largest department stores - just like the Myer Christmas windows, although in those days every little figurine, every costume and and every little detail was handmade from scratch.

I like to think I'm channeling their creativity through my flower work, there's no end to what we can create. 

Oh, and my middle name is Maisie. 

​Born and bred in New Zealand, I spent my first life working as a lawyer. It wasn't really love at first sight for me #sorryboss.

Floristry is my much better second life.

I turned my first love into a career.

I create modern fresh flower arrangements that are "elegantly wild". Well, that's what I like to call it. My natural style isn't tight and formal, its a bit loose, natural and... elegantly wild!

But just because I've gravitated that way, doesn't mean I don't love exploring other styles. I honestly believe that all flowers are beautiful in their own special way (even gerberas... occasionally...). I love exploring colours, textures and quirkiness. So please, always hit me up because I'd love to see what we can create together.

What is my style? Will we be a good match? 

And of course, beautifully crafted flowers!

Great advice when you're stuck (there is NEVER a silly question!). 

An excited, friendly and calm approach to organising your flowers. 

A persistent desire to understand and create YOUR vision. I want to know what is important to you and what you have your heart set on.

Great communication. I'll always reply and I'll always be open and honest. 

What to expect from Morrie & Maisie.

My values

Our son Fynn, who reminds me daily that it's the small things that count.

My husband Graham, my biggest supporter and fortunately, a great chocolate sharer.

My greatest loves

A better exerciser (who doesn't want to be better at this right?!)

A huge floral display somewhere on a Phillip Island streetscape

Anywhere out of Australia right now!

The Northern Lights

French (to understand what my husband and son are talking about)


learn

see

visit

create

be

my bucket list

Home

place

Deadly Ponies handbag

possession

Blues, Greens, Rust.... I can go on

colour

Pinot Noir

beverage

Burgers &
Berries

food

Mocha

Coffee Order

Moulin Rouge Elephant Medley

Party Trick

The Intouchables 

movie

Favourite things

Fun facts.

get to know me better

- Kahlia & Jeremy

"The time, effort and energy you put into our special day is greatly appreciated. We can't thank you enough xx”

"We are so grateful and have beautiful pictures and memories of the floral and finer touches to making it a fabulous day/night!" 

- Holly & adrian

"Corrie provides such a personal service and the flowers are standout! All were to such a high standard that had us and the guests blown away. I hope I never have to, but I would definitely have Morrie & Maisie do my wedding again x"

"You made me feel OK for having
 1 million questions!"

- Beck & Nick

“My bridesmaids particularly loved the personal touches with their named bouquets and individual holders to keep them fresh. Brilliant! And the welcome sign was one of our favourite parts about the whole day!!”

"We were absolutely thrilled with all our florals and everything came together perfectly!"

- Ellie & Jamie

“ Her attention to detail and passion was outstanding. Not only did Corrie bring our brief to life, she far exceeded our expectations. So much goes into planning a wedding so it was a blessing to have a supplier like Corrie who was so trustworthy and committed. We were blown away by Corrie’s beautiful work. There is no better person in Melbourne to do wedding flowers!”

"Corrie was absolutely a stand out supplier for our wedding"

Praise from cool couples

education

photography

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