Shannon and Joe accidentally timed their wedding perfectly to take advantage of our incredibly short Peony season – but wasn’t it the happiest accident of all! Beautiful coral peonies paired perfectly with dark purple-toned foliages for a striking but still achingly romantic look.
Lauren and Nathan’s organic, wild florals were the perfect finishing touch for their wedding. We say it a lot, but Circa 1876 would have to be one of our favourite venues in all of the Hunter. That light! That fireplace! And that beam – perfect for a lush floral installation that will have your guests gasping in delight!
We have a lot to say about Tamar and Jordan’s native-themed florals, but this one is all about the details. There’s nothing quite like the combination of flannel flowers and paper daisies – the soft, lazy flannels are the perfect foil for those bright, prickly petals. Add in a couple of pink proteas and native textures, and our job is easy!
Emma and Luke’s florals combined luxe fresh florals with everlasting, dried textures for something truly unique, perfect for a day that was at once laid-back and ultra-romantic. And the smiles on these faces – we can’t get enough!
At the end of the day, weddings aren’t about flowers. They’re about love, and laughter and friendship and family and all the good stuff – what we do is just make them that little bit more beautiful! Carly and Josh had the love and laughter down pat, and we added big boofy dahlias, fragrant peppercorn and lots of lush gums to make it all sing!
We loved creating the florals for Elizabeth and Andrew’s Wallalong House wedding. From the unusual and completely modern colour scheme of blues, purples, whites and pops of bronze, to the mixture of wild natives and classical blooms paired with dried foliages, everything about this was a chance to play and experiment and create something completely new and different.
We love winter in the Hunter: Breezy and mild and perfect for anything from a cosy indoor ceremony to sun-kissed outdoor nuptials. Alex and Cameron lucked into a beautiful sunny day at Peterson House and we created pretty pastel florals with lots of texture and foliage – the perfect way to complete Alex’s romantic look.
There’s just something so sweet about this wedding. Maybe it’s Angela’s stunning and slightly offbeat tea-length gown and her cheeky birdcage veil, or the presence of a couple of very energetic pups, or maybe it’s that these two lovebirds just couldn’t seem to stop smiling! With Angela’s open-ended brief of ‘rustic and romantic’ and the never-not-amazing Circa 1876 as a venue, this was also a dream to style.
As featured on Polka Dot Bride.
Laura and Ben chose the gorgeous Adam’s Peak for their wedding. With stunning views out across the valley and a beautiful barn full of country character, it’s the perfect spot for a rustic, romantic celebration. We kept that rustic theming going through their florals, incorporating pops of blue, purple, mauve and burgundy, with lots of native foliages, as well as magnolia and it’s flashes of coppery warmth.