This bridal bouquet for the stunning Natalie has to be one of our favourites of all time.
Locally sourced roses - tick.
Beautifully scented gardenias - tick.
All white - tick.
It's just so elegant in it's simplicity!
We added a small bit of colour for the bridesmaid's bouquet's to make them different from Natalie's.
The beautiful flower girl carried pink, Cecil-Brunner roses and wore a flowercrown to match. Cecil's are so perfect for flowergirls because they're delicate, light enough for them to carry and small in size just like the little humans carrying them.
Few school chapel's in Sydney are as grand as Kincoppal-Rose Bay, so we had to make sure the arrangements and pew posies were large and wild to match the grand scale of it. Having an arrangement in the middle at the end of the aisle also created a nice backdrop for the bride and groom to stand in front of.
The reception celebrations took place at Quay Restaurant, which has such incredible views of Sydney Harbour. Clusters of vases were placed on the guest tables, filled with a mix of hydrangea, David Austin roses, Cecil Brunner roses and jasmine - a combination which made for a very beautifully scented room!
The bridal table was just large enough for the lovely bride and groom, and we decked it out with an extra special, large, long and low piece, framed so nicely by the Forever backdrop sign.
This magnificient two-tier cake got covered in flowers by Jane.
It was truly such a joy to work on this wedding. Congrats to this lovely couple.
Photographer - Sugarlove weddings
On the day co-ordination - Girl Friday WEddings
Cake - Stacy Brewer Cakes