I really loved seeing the finished effect of the flowers with the bridal party and the dresses. Everything worked in so well together.
The flowers we used were all in whites and creams, lissianthus roses and freesias together with green foliages and trailing singapore orchids for the Bride.
While the Bridesmaids posys were kept simple, the Brides bouquet was trailing and had the addition of the spear grass that had been looped through, this gave a clever variation to the bouquet.
When I look at the finished effect blended with the Bridesmaids dresses and the Mens ties, along with the band on the bust of the Brides dress,It gives me a sense of a celtic scene or riverdance!
This wedding isn’t actually a recent one ( Christina and John Paton Bride of the year entrant 2007)but wanted to share the beautiful bright colours and contrast of the bouquets. The Brides bouquet was trailing and very tropical with the bright yellow asiatic lilies, trailing tropical dracaena leaves and lime green singapore orchids accents of interesting dodda vine.
The bridesmaids had the hand held posy version (without the trail) of the brides bouquet while the Men had buttonholes of lime green singapore orchids and dodda vine backed onto a glossy camelia leaf.
Well what a fun day this “STYLED SHOOT “ turned out to be. A group of talented Gold Coast wedding suppliers came together at COOLIBAH DOWNS for a day of inspiration. With myself heading the flowers ,we had hair and make up, a wedding cake specialist, gown suppliers,a milliner, bling accessories , as well as a photographer and videographer.
We created three different shoots with the most colourful, being our “WONDERLAND EXTRAVAGANZA” based on the mad Hatters tea party this scene is very bright and bold with the heart shaped bouquets.