The wedding of Ange and Champs back in March was particularly memorable a) because of the gorgeous Hunter Valley venue and b) because the bride and groom handled the poor weather situation SO calmly.
Meet the groom, Champs..
And the beautiful bride Ange.
Ange's bouquet was entirely locally grown. Made up mostly of roses in whites, peachy pinks and mustards, plus mottled hydrangea, white and raspberry scabiosa, it had the Floreat rustic touch with a bit of olive and trailing jasmine foliage.
Ange's stunning maids held similar bouquets, slightly smaller in size.
Circa 1876 is one of the most beautiful old venues we've worked in. Outside there is a lovely green lawn, and a large timber arch and urn at the end of a long, tree-lined path - the ideal setting for a wedding ceremony. Based on the smiles in these pictures you would never have known that the clouds had set in and it was raining heavily just minutes before this photo was snapped.
A stone's throw from the lawn and gardens is the restaurant, very intimate with old world charm and warm from the timber beams, which we adorned with large branches of foliage and flowers.
A full, long and low arrangement for the bridal table...
And very classic and elegant silver bowl arrangements for the guest tables.
This was such a beautiful wedding to work on. Congratulations Ange and Champs on what looks to have been a great evening.
Photography by Birch & Wattle