Happy Sunday flower lovers!
Today I have some cute-as-pie images to share from Boots Photography. This little country engagement shoot needed some fresh flowers picked from the garden to complete the pretty picture. Of course posies are never actually picked fresh from the garden, so I happily stepped in with some tulips, paper whites and hot pink asters. The best part was, we didn’t know what dress she was going to wear until she turned up and it just so happened to look beautiful against the colours of the flowers. Perfect!
Well it sure has been an embarrassingly long time since I’ve posted some wedding flowers on here.. or anything at all actually.
Today is the day that changes. And I get my act together. Laziness be gone!
Ok, where do we start? With a super lovely couple and some seriously beautiful flowers to match. Even if I do say so myself.
This wedding is an absolute favourite, probably because of the colours. Don’t get me wrong, I love pinks and apricots and white in wedding florals, but its always so lovely to do something with a little more HELLO! Plus purple was my favourite colour most of my childhood so I have a little soft spot for it.
Melanie and Miguel are a lovely couple and Mel just so happens to be my husbands cousin. So again with the soft spot. Ok enough talking, now for some images. I dont have many to show you but you’ll agree by the end that Alcorn Images are just incredible. They photographed the flowers and everything for that matter so beautifully and effortlessly.
*sigh* so pretty.
When Bron asked me to do flowers for her wedding she said ‘i just want something colourful and happy!’ Probably two words most people would use to describe the bride herself. As soon as I hung up the phone I knew exactly how her bouquet was going to look. The bridesmaids wore a bright shade of coral and every nook and cranny of the ceremony was filled with trees and plants so something colourful and natural was in order. Coral and pink with lots of lush green and rustic dodda vine.
The day of Bron and Dave’s wedding was wet, windy and actually quite miserable but the look on their faces the entire day told a completely different story. There really isn’t much that needs to be said as James Day Weddings captured is so skillfully. And the images of the bridal party out in the rain are just beautiful.
They chose Topiaries in Samford Valley for their reception which was perfect for their relaxed, rustic, country style wedding. Beautiful!
Sometimes crisp and elegant blue and white does just the trick.
Hannah and Andy’s beautiful wedding was at Toparies Restauarant in Samford. Any wedding in Samford Valley is ok by me. They kept things simple with navy and white and It really payed off. Thought I’d show a little sneak peak of their bouquets before I get some professional images.
I love using rustic, native flowers with soft and delicate blooms. Whoever’s husband bought this home is one lucky lady!
February 14th is sneaking up quickly! This day includes some of my favourite things – flowers, hearts, glitter and looove.
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Today I’m happy to show you some images from a reception last year at Botanical Cafe at Mt Coot-tha.
When Mellita came to me and suggested moss on her wedding tables my heart did a little jump. It was messy and damp and so much fun! We dragged bag after bag of moss into the cafe and poked all sorts of goodies into it. Books and old nic-nacs that she had collected sat amongst the greenery. I wish I could have been there to see the guest’s faces as they found their table and discovered each treasure hidden in the foliage!
The staff at Botanical Cafe were so helpful and let me put dirt and foliage all over the place!
The photos are fabulous because they were taken by Brisbane wedding photographer Deb Boots from Boots Photography. Just love when a bride tells me Deb will be photographing my wedding flowers!