Even with a week of rain beforehand and the threat looming all day, nothing could dampen Nicole and Bryan’s spirits. We created pretty pink-and-ivory toned florals with lots of gorgeous green foliages, with lots of unique individual touches like sprigs of fragrant rosemary for the table settings and a self-serve petal bar.
Photographer: Photographer Pete – Venue: Catherine Hill Bay Surf Club
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.
Rachel and Michael’s wedding was truly one-of-a-kind, and for us it was a real treat to work at the gorgeous Mindaribba House on a perfect Autumn day. Our colour palette included purples, pinks and burgundies, teamed with lush dark foliages and textural elements, for a look that was at once sweet and a little bit daring.
As seen on Polka Dot Bride.
There’s something about those perfect pink king proteas – it doesn’t matter how many times we see them, we don’t seem to get sick of them. Yasmin and Luke combined them with soft, pastel-toned natives and lush ruffly peonies for a look that was at once classic and modern, much like this gorgeous couple themselves!
While we love the challenge of working with a limited palette of one or two colours, we also love getting the opportunity to go a bit wild with colour. The flowers we used in Deonn and Luke’s wedding made us smile from the second they arrived in our studio, and they still do when we look at these gorgeous photos.
The Woodhouse in Wollombi is rapidly becoming one of our favourite venues in the Hunter Valley – and Hayley and Stan’s wedding is just one of the reasons why! We loved creating Hayley’s bouquet of proteas and gum, perfectly contrasted with Stan’s lisianthus buttonholes.
Sue and Song’s mid-summer beach-side wedding should have been all blue skies, but the weather never does play along, does it? Despite the clouds, wind and rain, these two kept a smile on their faces the entire day, and their vibrant, colourful florals did their best to brighten the room!
Working with flowers means you’re often at the mercy of mother nature. We’ve got decades of experience so we know when flowers are in and out of season but there are never any guarantees. We got lucky with Karen’s wedding flowers though – an early-spring flourish of pretty pink ranunculus and roses made our job easy!
Venue: Circa 1876 – Photographer: Amelia Soegijono