I had the pleasure of being part of local couple Jacqui and Kane’s wedding day last spring. Jacqui had a vision of what she wanted right down to the beautiful single white bloom she wore in her hair. The bouquets were with burgundy touches amongst roses and I sourced some deeply coloured carnations, hypericum berry and alstroemeria to do the job! Camellia leaves were scattered throughout, which matched Jacqui’s inspiration images, and really gave this bouquet that touch of greenery and extra fresh feel. The ceremony was held at the beautiful little church at Chatsworth Island and posies of gypsophila were made to line the isle. I walked away from delivering these flowers with such a strong sense of family, local friendships and that there was a true celebration going to be had. Thanks to Stephanie Flay who has kindly shared these images, you can click the link to see more of her work.
Wendy and Ian chose a wildflower theme for their wedding. Hoping for some pink and yellow that would stand out against the blue sky and ocean, at their stunning ceremony location of Green Point headland (overlooking Angourie and Yamba). I included pink protea and flowering gum with billy buttons for a touch of yellow. My last post had some images I captured quickly in the studio, though here are some of the beautiful photographs taken by Melle Wedding Photography.
Here are several of my favourite images from a bridal shoot I worked on earlier this year, courtesy of some stellar Clarence Valley talents Steph, Stephanie Flay Photogaphry, Jenna, Jada Hair Design and Sharni, Be Unique Mobile Nails and Beauty. These clever ladies have created some truly beautiful inspirations for the bridal party. It was a pleasure to make the bouquet and flower crown featured here by these gorgeous models.
One of my lovely brides from 2014, Laura, was so kind to share some photographs from her wedding day with me. Here are a few featuring the French Lavender Bouquets. “I still have this bouquet in one of my jars I used for our wedding by the windowsill! Love looking at it everyday and it still gives off its scent.”