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REAL WEDDDING: Rustic New Zealand Wedding

7/02/2017 2:06 PM

  

 

Katie & Rupert

Together forever, since ages ago.

- March 2016, Ohakune New Zealand -

 


 

Meet Katie Blackstock & Rupert Goldsmith. Otherwise fondly known as the amalgamation of their two surnames "The Goldstocks". This gorgeous pair fell in love when they were scrawny little teenagers. All up they've been together for 16 years, so when Rupert finally popped the question they decided not to wait any longer and pulled out all stops to seal the deal within just 5 short months!

They always knew that they wanted to get married at Rupert's family holiday house near NZ ski-town, Ohakune. A big challenge that they had, was that the tiny property had no electricity and could comfortably fit a maximum of about a dozen guests! Their toughest decision was choosing to only invite their immediate families – which was a grand total of just 12 guests altogether!

The lack of power and isolation of the property meant that everyone invited had to roll up their sleeves and chip in to make the day a success without the help of a fridge to cool the home-made elderflower champagne, or an oven to cook the freshly-caught snapper for dinner! DIY was their underlying theme, and getting everyone personally invested in the day made it even more memorable.

Their wedding day was anything but conventional. They woke up in the same house together, Rupert kindly kept up his tradition of making Katie breakfast, and they helped each other get ready (Rupert was caught ironing his bride-to-be's wedding outfit that morning!). The pre-ceremony photoshoot swept them away, and they turned up an hour late to their own wedding! Oh and to top off their unique approach – Rupert himself walked Katie down the aisle!

It sounds like there were so many stories to be told from this intimate little affair, so we got together with Katie in Brisbane and asked her a few questions about her unique rural wedding day...

 


 


How did Rupert pop the question?
One sunny day in October 2015, a mere 14 years into our relationship Rupert and I were skiing at one of our frequent haunts (Turoa Skifield – Ohakune, NZ). He asked me to go out of bounds to do a ski run (always one to lead me astray), and as we were skiing with his dad it was his chance to get me on my own. He took a stop in the middle of the run with not a soul in sight and very sweetly asked “will you marriage me”.

I was to keep the ring under wraps until we got down the mountain to the rest of his family. I’m surprised his dad didn’t start asking questions when I spent the whole trip home in the car including a visit to the supermarket with my ski gloves on!

 

How long was your engagement?
Only 5 months. Since we got engaged we hadn’t given it too much thought as to when we would get married but we knew we didn’t want a big or traditional style wedding. At Christmas a couple of months in we had Rupert’s parents over from NZ on holiday and they randomly suggested the 26th March so we just ran with it. Then they also bought us an early wedding present so that really locked it in! It was probably good they gave us the kick up the bum we needed to get started as we likely would still be engaged if they didn’t.

 

 

 

Any funny stories from the lead up to the wedding?
Hiding it from all of the friends and family was pretty funny, but also one of the hardest parts about it. When we left at Easter to go to New Zealand our friends in Brisbane (and NZ for that fact) were none the wiser until we arrived back with the big surprise.

Me being a pro-procrastinator really came to a head when I still hadn’t written my vows in the few days before the wedding! Things got a little crazy when we arrived in NZ and finding time alone to write them was a little difficult (so many excuses). The morning before the wedding I took a tiny childs plastic chair out into the middle of a paddock with nobody around (or so I thought) so I could finally get it done.

 

Tell us more about the 'Red Shed' where you decided to get married?
Right from the get-go it was very clear there was only one place for us, and that was on the holiday property of Rupert’s parents in Ohakune, NZ where we got engaged.

It’s an absolutely beautiful location on bushland, nicely out of the way with no power, very little mobile coverage, and just a coal range for heating and cooking…bliss!
The place is very dear to us and we have spent a lot of time there together over the years creating many fond memories. It is also the place where Rupert’s late sister planted a forest of Red Wood Trees which are now a few metres tall and you will see from some of the later photos of us in the trees how spectacular it is up there.

 

 

What inspired your wedding theme?
The theme was really just based on the location we chose. It was a very informal and relaxed affair with a dash of boho and a whole lot of DIY. It was all about family for us and we certainly had all hands on deck for the occasion. We were like a well oiled machine and not one person who shared the day with us did not get involved and help us out in some way.

Aside from the celebrant, the florist and the hair and makeup ladies absolutely everything else was in-house. Rupert’s parents even had a few secrets of their own with custom made aprons (Black & Gold as was becoming a theme to go with our last names) they made and wore on the day while prepping food and gave to the guests to take home. They also arranged a surprise bagpiper who arrived at sundown to play a few tunes. I used to play bagpipes so felt pretty emotional about it all.


Did you have a favourite photo of the day?
During our photoshoot, we went back up to the skifield where Rupert proposed. Being March there was no snow on the ground, but it still was drizzling and icy cold up there! Due to the white out conditions, we decided not to stick around too long to take photos – you could barely see the mountain! Our photographer didn't want us to get too wet & cold, so we opted to move onto our next photoshoot location before the rain set in. In the moment she called us back to the car, Rupert picked me up to walk over the puddles and she snapped a very candid moment of us walking back under an umbrella which really captured 'us' in that moment.

 



So we understand you're quite the DIY-ers, tell us more about how much DIY you undertook?
It’s pretty hard to avoid a lot of DIY when you have 3 architects in the family. Most of the day was DIY right back to the building of the ‘Red Shed’ – the family bach where it all happened designed and built by Rupert’s parents many moons ago.

Due to the lack of power at the property one of the biggest challenges was lighting the place tastefully and with enough to cook and eat under. Rupert and his sister devised a plan to use old sail fabric lying about to make beautiful pendants. They used car batteries as a power source and got it all rigged up the day before and it worked incredibly well.

My dad the mechanic also fixed up my little old yellow car so it could get back on the road again and brought drove it up to the mountain for us. All food and refreshments were made by the guests including fish caught by my brother in law Blair Haase and beer and elderflower champagne brewed by my other brother in law Ari Stevens. All of the styling for the day was devised and DIYed by ourselves and Rupert’s Mother and Sister. Foliage for the bouquet, button holes and the table was picked from the property by Rupert’s Mum, and the soundtrack for the day was made by every guest who we asked to let us know some of their favourites. Rupert’s parents also spent many weekends in the run up to the event building stone walls, a servery and many other things to make the day grand.

 



And we're just dying to know who made your 2-piece dress?
I went into a few stores in Brisbane and the Gold Coast but was a bit disheartened when I just didn’t see anything that was me. I was pretty set on having separates as I NEVER wear dresses and I was also keen to include a bit of colour as opposed to having all white. I was starting to feel a bit concerned that I wouldn’t find anything and given the short time frame ordering anything wasn’t an option especially on such a limited budget.

A friend and work colleague (saviour) of mine suggested I try a wonderful lady she and her mother had used for various occasions over the years and so that was how I found Ella! She was just fantastic from the moment I met her and I couldn’t recommend her highly enough. She was so lovely, and she listened to what I wanted all the way through the process. There was none of the pushiness/fakery that you find in some dress stores and she was very honest. She created the most incredible top and skirt, even better than I could have imagined and all in a really tight time frame to budget. If you’re after a beautifully made one of a kind dress check her out at Ella Moda.

 

 

 

Can you share a Favourite moment from the day?
We had such an incredible day and we really loved every minute. Sitting down to our family dinner, the surprise bagpiper at sundown and the thunder right as we said our vows were all pretty amazing but I think one of our favourite moments of the day was following the ceremony.

We walked up the hill in our gumboots through the bush to Rupert’s late sisters’ Redwood forest while it was lightly raining and had some photos just the two of us. As we walked up there the sun pushed through the clouds and shone right down through the trees. It was absolutely magnificent and you can see the magical photos that Saffron captured up there, no tricks or filters required! Our guests might argue however that the wooden go kart down the hill was their favourite part of the day.

 

And finally, do you have any nuggets of advice for other couples planning a wedding?
Have fun and try not to let any stresses get the better of you because when the day finally arrives you will forget all of that and revel in the glory of the day.


Above all it is your day so make sure you both remember that and do it your way. By all means if the big traditional wedding is your jam definitely go all out but don’t succumb to the pressure of having to invite everyone including your aunties ex boyfriends cat if that’s not your dream.

 

 

 

 

See more of their wedding album here.


 

VENDOR CREDITS
Photographer & Cinematographer: Saffron Jensen
Florist: Jennifer Alexander (no website) King Proteas from Green Square
Bridal gown: Custom Skirt and Top by Ella Moda (Brisbane)
Ceremony & Reception venue: Grooms family property in the country a short drive from North Island ski-town Ohakune, NZ
Cake: Dalwyn Pool (friend) - no website
Flowers for cake: Leisha Davies
Cake topper: Hexi Australia
Entertainment: Bagpiper by Friend – Andrew
Celebrant: Lynne Pope from Raetihi, NZ – No website
Rings: Grooms custom made and etched band by Ash Hilton (NZ), Bride's custom hand-made engagement ring doubling as wedding ring by Tammy Keers at Artisans Gems & Jewels (Brisbane)
Ring Boxes: Indigo Bark
First night as a married couple: Powderhorn Chateau, Ohakune NZ



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Holiday Trading Hours

21/12/2016 1:12 PM

 

CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY HOURS

Having our Wedding store online means that we are always available for you to design, edit and purchase invitations! But we are heading off on a little holiday... starting Tomorrow!

Our office holiday trading hours are as follows:

 

THURSDAY 22 DECEMBER
Our Lovestruck office will close in the afternoon. All orders received before midday will be proofed. And if approved by midday will be dispatched the same day.

 

TUESDAY 3 JANUARY 2017
All our staff are back on-board to process and dispatch your orders according to our regular time frames!

 

You are still very welcome to place your order during our break as our online store is open 24/7. All orders will be treated as a priority once we re-open!

 

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year from all of us at Lovestruck Invitations.

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As you gear up to make your way down the aisle, pinning your “something blue” to your dress and tweaking your bouquet for stray leaves, knowing you’ll soon be faced with a familiar audience can be daunting. While the day will be (hopefully) filled with plenty of entertainment, moments to be treasured and relationships to embraced, there’s still the added responsibility of ensuring all guests have walked away with a smile as big as yours.

 

It’s long been a tradition that guests can be gifted with little gestures and gifts that say “thank you” in a simple way. During the ceremony and reception, it’s inevitable that the bride and groom may struggle to get around to each and every person attending the event, so thanking them for coming becomes even harder. Luckily, coming up with some creative ways for them to take something home with them to cherish or enjoy, serves as a great way to show appreciation for the presence on the day.

 

Here’s a few unique wedding favour ideas we’ve become inspired by…

 

 

Unisex bath salt sachets from Harvest Bliss!
@harvest_bliss  |  www.harvestbliss.bigcartel.com

Think of it as a little bag of replenishment. This custom-made sachet of botanical hints of real herbs and fragrant, nourishing bath salts to give you a touch of R&R when you need it most. Perfect for both males and females, this little wedding favour is a great way to top off the day and give your guests something to rejuvenate in when they may just be feeling a little worse for wear the next day.

 

 

 

Hessian succulents from Fat Cat Pots!
@Fat_Cat_Pots  |  www.fatcatpots.com.au

 

Little succulents in cutely wrapped hessian pots—need we say anything more? Probably, because these cuties are a great way to appreciate guests of all ages. Kid-friendly and easy on the eye, these little ones are the perfect addition for the kitchen, bathroom benchtop or coffee table. Pop one in front of each guest’s setting on their table and let them take home something they can actively treasure day in, day out.

 

 

 

Organic scented candles from Coast Candle Sydney!
@coastcandlesydney  |  www.coastcandlesydney.com

Featuring a stunning collection of organic, natural scents and delicious fragrances, Coast Candle Sydney offers a range of soy candles for all tastes. We’re especially fond of these custom designed options that pay tribute to both your special day and the guests that have attended. Add your own touch with a personalised design from this talented team to put the cherry on top.

 

 

Congratulations Kylie and Eamonn! #wedding #sydneywedding #weddingfavours #weddingfavoursideas

A photo posted by Candles & Natural Perfumes (@coastcandlesydney) on

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After making the final touches to your “something blue” and tying it all up with the perfect tiara, your special day’s ensemble is only missing the perfect bunch of blooms. Think of it as your once-in-a-lifetime accessory that will take you from one stage of your life, into the next—it’s the cherry on top of the biggest day in your life.

 

The best part of all is that you get to carry your personalised bouquet around with you the whole day long, imprinting its beauty by capturing it in stunning wedding shots and happy snaps with your loved ones. Then, when it’s all said and done, it’s time to throw it up in the air in a true moment of tradition—blessing another potential bride-to-be with its beauty.

 

But no pressure or anything. Right?

 

So many to choose from, so little time

 

From the iconic classical touches of white roses, through to eclectic arrangements of zesty orange and deep reds—choosing a bouquet of flowers that reflects your personality and overall theme is a tricky responsibility to have. If you’ve got little or no experience in the floral field, it’s even more of a challenge.

 

Luckily, there’s some pretty talented professionals out there to do all the hard work for you, so we’ve collated some of our favourite inspirations for you to start your own mental brainstorm.

 

 

POPPY CULTURE

Hand dyed silk ribbons around a natural beauty

 @poppyculture_hq  |  www.poppyculture.com.au

 

Comprised of stunning native posies and leafy features, this rustic-looking bouquet is a tribute to nature in all its glory. Topped off with carefully hand-dyed ribbons from the lovely team at Songbird Silk, this arrangement is the perfect look for someone heading down the aisle in an outback themed ceremony.

 

 

 

 

 

LIME TREE BOWER

 Deep burgandy tones to top off Spring

 @limetreebower  |  www.limetreebower.com

 

 

Perfectly contrasted with the sandy landscape behind it, this arrangement helped tie the knot for the day with its elegant, yet bold hues. The ideal addition to both a winter or spring wedding, Lime Tree Bower demonstrates its talent in arranging versatile floral expressions that can be taken from the shores of your favourite beach, through to a dressed-up cottage for an intimate ceremony.

 

 

 

Photo credit: Ann Marie Yuen.

 

 

FIG & BLOOM

Dreaming of a white and blue wedding

@fig_and_bloom  |  www.figandbloom.com.au

 

Starring the ever-fragrant Stock flowers and playful Sea Holly blooms, this bouquet is a classical twist on a simple white arrangement. The white-on-white ensemble is a minimalistic look for those wanting a graceful appeal to their special day. Perfect as your “something blue”, too.

 

 

 

 Photo credit: Fig & Bloom

 

Quick tip as a finishing note: ensure your choice of flowers matches your wedding dress design. If you decide to have a consultation with a florist, give them an idea of what your dress looks like by bringing a picture along with you. This will allow them to ensure the arrangement doesn’t end up being too overpowering or unbalance the look.

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As flowers begin to open for full bloom against the Spring sun, and the weather makes its shift towards the infamous Aussie bliss, brides and grooms-to-be are also gearing up to make the big walk down the aisle. Now, with more than 116,000 ceremonies taking place across the country each year, finding a unique angle is becoming more of a challenge.

No matter how you choose to angle the lens and work the magic of the camera, creating inspiring photography is tricky business. Most of the time, it’s easier to leave it to the professionals, allowing them to capture the little things we might end up missing along the way—it’s those hidden moments that make timeless memories.

So, we’ve had a bit of a dabble across our Instagram feed to check out three talented photographers in Australia that are snapping stunning, heart-warming wedding shots.

 

JAMES BENNETT

Creating “Photography is a way of life

 @jamesbennettphoto  |  www.jamesbennett.com.au

 

 

Dat arbor. #200f2

A photo posted by James Bennett (@jamesbennettphoto) on

Based in Newcastle’s Hunter Valley, James Bennett prides himself on being a wedding photographer with “high standards”. Approaching his line of work with strong commitment and a heart full of passion, Bennett aims to spend his days collecting inspiration that allows him to create his unique pieces.

His snaps could be described as a combination of rustic charm and an embrace on the Australian surrounds, with many of his images incorporating the natural beauty of the land. Simple, yet elegant, Bennett continues to weave his way across Sydney and beyond, ultimately setting the benchmark in the industry.

 

BYRON LOVES FAWN

“Film challenges and inspires us as artists…it slows us down and forces us to live in the moment”

@byronlovesfawnphotography  |  www.byronlovesfawn.com

 

 

Joining forces as a husband-wife duo from Byron Bay, Byron Loves Fawn focuses their work on a creative mix of digital and film mediums. With the rising trend of eclectic, individual art forms, these guys are making waves in the industry. After eight years of snapping up treasurable moments, the pair say their “hearts have never been more full and complete” …and it shows; their work is a perfect sbalance of eccentricity and ambience.

Stating their attention is pointed towards photographing natural beauty and collecting “fleeting moments”, Byron Loves Fawn offers up their talents in the form of purposeful art, which is more than evident in their shots—check out the stunning snaps from Katie and Chris’ wedding.

 

ZOE MORLEY

“Photography is an art of observation”

@zoemorleyphotography  |  www.zoemorleyphotography.com

 

 

Titling herself as a “travel junkie”, Zoe Morley’s obsession with taking on adventures has helped her channel her passion into photojournalistic, wedding photography. With a keen focus on keeping the natural side of a ceremony close at hand, Morley takes on each project with the attitude of capturing subjects who are “having fun, feeling relaxed and enjoying [the] day”.

With an impressive portfolio at hand, Morley’s appealing skillset shines through her shots, omitting the raw, emotive edge that creates truly unique moments. Backed by environments that draw on their earthy surrounds, her pieces are a reminder that natural still means powerful.

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Colours of a Spring Wedding

31/08/2016 4:03 PM

 

Spring is in the air and we're feeling inspired by gorgeous bright bouquets and bold statement colour items. We have searched far and wide to give you our 5 colours of spring. From beautiful soft pinks to sparkly hints of gold, bold deep reds and dreamy apricots to stunning dusty blues. No matter the style of your occasion you will be sure to find some inspiration here.

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Stunning Celebrity Brides

23/08/2016 12:41 PM

 

 After staring dreamy eyed at our Top 7 Hollywood Husbands we thought it nessasary to give you our Top 7 Celebrity Brides.

From the epic grandour of a Royal Wedding to the simple beauty of a backyard garden wedding, these gorgeous brides will have you smiling for days and feeling just a little bit (but really, a lot) jealous!

Scroll down to see our beautiful and most stunning pick of celebrity brides radiating beauty on thier special day.

 

We couldn’t look past the elegance and pure style of Kate Middelton, as she married Prince William in the most anticipated Royal Wedding since the marriage of Dianna and Charles. On this day Kate was the absolute envy of every woman and girl who ever dreamed of finding Prince Charming and becoming a real life princess.

 

The unique and timeless beauty of Anne Hathaway is so evident in her gorgeous wedding photographs. Anne’s beautiful off-the-shoulder, vintage inspired dress and elaborate veil are the epitome of beauty. We can only dream of looking so absolutely flawless on our wedding day! Adam Shulman... you sure are one lucky guy!

 

Drew Barrymore married Will Kopelman in a stunning Chanel dress in 2012. Drew is such a gorgeous bride, radiating beauty through her iconic smile and natural shine. We adore how effortlessly beautiful Drew is in this conservative dress with a touch of old world charm. This teamed with a bright pink bouquet is such a stunning combination.

 

 Model and actress Poppy Delevingne looked absolutely flawless in an amazing dress designed especially for her by Karl Lagerfeld, of Chanel. If this dress doesn’t have you lusting to be wed... Poppy then held a  second wedding just two weeks later wearing a unique floral, long-sleeved dress designed by Peter Dundas for Emilio Pucci. Arhhhh if only we could have two weddings to the one magical man.

 

Ellen and Portia celebrated thier 8 year wedding anniversary at he beginning of August and are as in love now as the day they married. The brides had just 19 close family and friends attend their wedding showing us not all weddings require an abundance of guests.

 Witney Carson made the most gorgeous bride in a magical winter wedding. She married her high school sweetheart Carson McAllister in Utah on New Years Day in a chilly negative 8 degrees! Just so you know anything is possible... this wedding was planned in only 3 months!

 

 

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Dream Hollywood Husbands

11/08/2016 2:34 PM

It's fair to say that the office has been a little Lovestruck as as we carefully and very thoroughly investigate to complile our list of off-the-market Hollywood Husbands! We each have our own taste, and through much deliberation (and squabbling) we have set in stone our favourite 7 Hollywood Husbands! Each of these dream grooms come with a fairytale wife – who we are quickly developing a little girl-crush on also!!

Take a look for yourself, and let us know in the comments who would be your dream groom!

 

 

Brad and Ange need no introduction – and this intimate and personal wedding day in August 2014 was planned by their six kids! Did you know that the couple’s vows were even written by their children Knox and Shiloh?! We all know the story about Ange's wedding dress, but have you seen that very cute (and unpretentious) cake?!

 

The suave German model looks super so relaxed next to his equally beautiful wife, Olivia Palermo. The understated bride caused a bit of a stir with her casual 3-piece wedding dress (including a Cashmere Sweater and chic white shorts under a tulle skirt!), which matched their very small and very casual ceremony in Bedford. The couple even took their own photos on the day too!


Sorry ladies, but George is officially off the market – snapped up by none other than the beautiful Amal Alamuddin. The couple tied the knot in Venice, September 2014. Did you know that George designed Amal’s engagement ring especially? And yes, that is an Oscar De La Renta gown...

 

 Matthew and his beautiful Brazilian wife, Camila Alves took their time when deciding to tie the knot. Matthew is know for his relaxed persona on and off the screen, so it's no surprise that the couple married in a casual affair after a 5-year relationship at their home accompanied by their 2 kids.

Stay cool Matthew, you rock.

 

I think we were all a little surprised to learn that Aaron Paul (who will probably never be able to shake the persona of Jesse Pinkman) is actually a true romantic at heart! He tied the knot with a Paris-themed wedding to activist Lauren Parsekian in Malibu, California. Paul's Breaking Bad co-star, Bryan Cranston was one of his groomsmen, and entertainment included magic by David Blaine, and performances by Foster the People and John Mayer!

Gosh, how do I get on the invite list to a wedding like that?!

 

An impeccably lavish wedding, for perhaps the one most impeccably gorgeous couples on the planet! Usually a celebrity couple will keep their wedding day as private as possible, but selfie-queen Sofia Vergara (from Modern Family) wasn't shy about sharing her special day through social media! The partygoing newlyweds tied the knot over an enormous 3 days in Florida last November. 

Phew! That sounds like a festival!

Channing is still charming women worldwide, but I think it’s fair to say that we are equally as charmed by his wife, Jenna Dewan! The couple met on the fancefloor, when Jenna was teaching him ballet!

We were tickled to see his post on Instagram to mark the ocassion of their recent 7 year wedding anniversary:
“This woman, 11 years together, 7 married,” he captioned the photo.” Happy anniversary Cake. Thank you baby I love you. Plus you look daaaaaaaaanmm!!!”

Jenna made all the ladies jealous by posting this simple & sweet reply:

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10 Lust-Worthy Wedding Cakes

2/08/2016 2:41 PM

Last week we had such an overwhelming response to our top 10 Steal-Worthy Bridal Bouquets. So we thought we would follow on with our top 10 Lust-Worthy Wedding Cakes! Scroll down to gaze some of the most dreamy, delicious and decadant cakes from weddings all around the world. We have choosen cakes to suit all wedding styles, from Traditonal Beauty to Forest Wonderland, Beach Dreaming to Modern Contemporary and Spring Garden to Vintage Glamour. These cakes are what dreams are made of & rest assured you will be wishing you could have them all!

 

 

Forbidden Forest: FEATURED :Ruffled  |  PHOTOGRAPHER: Petra Veikkola |  CAKE: Gaggui

Spring Time Beauty: FEATURED :Wedding Sparrow  |  PHOTOGRAPHER: Mallory Renee | CAKE: Sprinkle Dash

Mystical Fairytale: FEATURED :Wedding Chicks  |  PHOTOGRAPHER: Destiny Dawn | CAKE: Sweet Celebrations

Sea Side Elegance: FEATURED :Grey Likes Weddings |  PHOTOGRAPHER: Alisa Ferris | CAKE: Make My Cake

A Touch of Glamour: FEATURED : Brides |  CAKE: The Caketress

Traditional White: FEATURED :Mod Wedding |  PHOTOGRAPHER: Float Away Studios | CAKE: Scootabaker

Pastel Indulgence: FEATURED : Style Me Pretty |  PHOTOGRAPHER: Barrett Photography | CAKE: Layered Bake Shop

Pretty Pink: FEATURED : One Fab Day

Chocolate Extravagance: FEATURED: The Lane PHOTOGRAPHER: Brown Paper Parcel and Long Way Home | CAKE: Sweet Bakes

Woodland Lust: FEATURED :Ruffled  |  PHOTOGRAPHER: Chelsea Morgan |  CAKE: Magdas Cakes

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10 Steal-Worthy Bridal Bouquets

28/07/2016 3:15 PM

We have scoured the web to curate our top 10 unique and steal-worthy bridal bouquets! Scroll through the blog to see some of the most awe-inspiring floral arrangements to suit your day – whether you're getting married on top of a southern snowy mountain, at a boutique brewery, a provincial French vineyard, or within the Australian bush there's bound to be something here that will make you swoon!

 

 

 

Sweet Summer: FLORIST: Liberty Blooms

Rustic Meets Elegant: SOURCE: Style Me Pretty  |  FLORIST: Branching Out

Australian Natives: SOURCE: Unknown

Snow Maiden: SOURCE: Magnolia Rouge  |  PHOTOGRAPHER: James Frost  |  FLORIST: Crimson Wedding Flowers

Pop Art Palette: SOURCE: Nouba

Boho Botanics: SOURCE: Alea Lovely

Good Enought To Eat: IMAGE: Simone Anne Photography

Femme Florals: IMAGE: Kristina Curtis Photography 

The Brewers Wife: FLORIST: Forest and Field Creative

Bespoke Herbs: FLORIST: Unknown

 

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