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.
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.
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.
Annie and Hunter’s wedding at the always-gorgeous Circa 1876 was at once elegant and traditional and modern, relaxed and whimsical. We loved their nods to the romance of old, as well as their willingness to break the mould. Their colour palette of deep greens, purples and mauves with pops of ivory left us plenty of space to get creative, and we’re still a little bit in love with the result.
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.
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!
Full, bold, saturated colour are still somewhat of a rarity in wedding florals, which is why Jess and Mitch’s wedding was such a delight. Jess’s bouquet featured all the colours of the rainbow, all the brighter in contrast to the more traditional baby’s breath bridesmaids bouquets.
Photography: Gez Xavier Mansfield
Pepper’s Creek Chapel and Barrel Room is one of our favourite venues and we always love it when we get an enquiry from a bride getting married in those rustic, romantic surrounds. Sam was no exception. We loved how she embraced colour and the overall boho-luxe feel of her wedding, from the wild, unstructured bouquets to sprawling table-settings with magenta roses and trailing vine and the stunning vine installation we created for that famous Peppers Creek Fireplace. Delish!
An old favourite. We love the colours and textures of Elise’s unstructured, unique bouquet. Featuring a variety of roses including black magic, purple Columbians, and antique garden roses, with dried french lavender, Queen Anne’s lace and trailing stems of gold oncidium orchids and after-dark foliage.
Photography: Ben Adams Photography