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These two could not be more spunky, and boy did that show through the details of their day.
A soft pink palette, wood & pops of gold, made for a sophisticated rustic look, that invited guests to enjoy the day.
Everything about this wedding screamed fun, from the snack bar, to the gelato cart, and their fur babies.
Who says you can't plan a wedding over zoom. Not us! The final result... sheer perfection.
They say when you know, you just know....though for Corrin and Chris it took a little while to work it out.
Katie & Thibault changed up the typical wedding day formula, choosing to have an intimate morning ceremony.
It's important to have inspiration. Lilac was ours for this passion filled photoshoot at Iris Park Gardens.
Weddings are all about everlasting love, so what better way to show it then with an everlasting floral arrangements.
Launching an exciting new shop with everything you need to ask your girls, and guys to be a part of your I do crew.
It was our task to create a moody tablescape that didn't use flowers, but still had layers of colours for Alex & Shane
Rachel & Nick's had intended to get married in NZ but after Covid ruined their plans they found Little Church
Rustic, a moody colour palette and booze bottles was the design brief for Belinda & Dylan.
Angie's Bridal shower was quite the heavenly affair. With a celestial theme running throughout the design concept and decor.
Kelly & Andy knew exactly what they wanted for their wedding florals, embracing a traditional style and colour palette.
Tyson & Dan had a very clear vision for what they wanted for their day. It was my job to bring it all together.
When you wait 15 years to marry your best friend, you know its going to be the most amazing day ever.
Emu Bottom Homestead had a simple sophistication, which oozed warmth and intimacy for Angie & James' big day.
Elisa & Wayne's wedding was a stunning and elegant affair. The brief was green with touches of white. Stunning!
Ana & Nathan's florals were inspired by the colours of Autumn, with the ceremony taking place on the banks of the river.
Shaking things up with a re-jiggle of the typical wedding day timeline, guests enjoyed drinks and nibbles on arrival .
Fourth time was the charm for Dana & Adam, but we finally got there and what a day it was.
Unique is the first word that springs to mind when thinking of Lucy & James' wedding. The next word is fun!
We had the absolute privilege of creating floral arrangements for the iconic Arts Centre Melbourne.
Baby showers are such a fun occasion, how could they not be when new life is coming into the world.
Set at picturesque Little Church in Spring Hill, Lisa & Daniel said "I do" in the quaint little church located there.
A moody seaside winter elopement in San Remo. With a colour palette inspired by the sea.
Old world vintage charm, combine to create a less than conventional vintage meets rustic wedding.