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!
This past weekend I not only got to attend one of my dear friends weddings at Glengariff, but had the pleasure of doing her wedding flowers as well. James and Courtenay are two of the most bright and bubbly people you’ll meet, and their wedding suited them down to a t! Between the hot pink dresses, bright turquoise nail polish, cute bow-ties and hilarious photobooth they had the making of a very fun and colourful day.
Congratulations James and Courtie!! xo
I know its blurry but its so cute!
We even got to sing at the ceremony..
Cant wait til I can show you the photos by Elleni Toumpas. She is incredible! In fact, check out their engagement shoot, its DE-lightful!
Had to share a little sneaky peak of the bouquet from a beautiful wedding this past weekend – Mark and Mellita Hennessy!
The gorgeous bride, is a wedding planner with great taste and of course, some amazing ideas! When she first came to me with her thoughts about the wedding florals I knew it was going to be amazing and a little bit different.
This delightful image is from the talented and wonderful Deborah Boots of Boots Photography.