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Julie & Joseph

Julie is one of the most relaxed brides I have worked with yet. She came to me with a beautiful brief - not to flowery, textural with a good amount of foliage, gum nut boutonnieres, and proteas in the bouquets (which in January can be a challenge!) Nothing phased her and many of the details were left up to me to do whatever I liked. Having that kind of trust from your client is an amazing feeling - having creative freedom results in beautiful cohesion.

I am lucky to have some incredible local growers, one of which provided me with 4 proteas at the last minute and some beautiful wild flowers which I am so thankful for.
The bouquets were a combintaion of proteas, roses, antique lisianthus, wild flowers, scabiosa pods, and viburnum berries, with olive, copper sheen, and gum foliage. Vintage tones of cream, burgundy, and pale pink complimented Julies dress, and her bridesmaids and flower girls dresses beautifully.
Three gorgeous flower girls were crowned with circlets of olive leaf, lisianthus and spray roses. While the bride and her maids wore wired flowers and foliage in their hair which was beautifully placed by Mary from Estelles Makeup & Styling.
The ceremony took place in a private garden overlooking the countryside. White rose petals scattered either side of the aisle, and Julie & Joseph were married in front of a foliage laden arbor which was made especially for them by family.
Thank you for inviting me to be a part of your day Julz & Joe. xx


Flowers: Where the Wild Things Grow | Photographer: The Lauren + Delwyn Project | Hair & Makeup: Estelle's Makeup & Styling


 

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