Nicole & Callum were married at St Mary Magdalene Church in Rose Bay on a sunny Autumn day. The flower theme was white and green, quite elegant and modern. We used all local, mainly garden flowers with a few natives thrown in.
Nicole's bouquet was made up of white roses and david austin roses, white hydrangea, native flannel flower, bouvardia, magnolia and trailing flowering jasmine.
These huge vase arrangements suited the big Church beautifully! We love magnolia foliage for it's modern, glossiness and weeping magnolia for the big curly shapes it creates.
Sweet posies embellishing the pews really made the Church setting feel complete.
Nicole's beautiful bridesmaids wore black, a perfect backdrop for their bouquets to stand out against.
This beautiful flowergirl and pageboy were all smiles outside the Church entrance, which was framed by a large floral open arch.
Floreat's bespoke metal stands created the frame for the arch. We used the natural shapes and curls of the foliage to create a base and layered the flowers on top for a very natural, garden-y look.
A zoomed in lens shows off the arch's details.
Guests were greeted at the Pier One reception with a custom-built welcome sign. It was the first time we'd used this frame and made for such a nice alternative to the commonly used easels.
Inside, each guest table had a long and low mixed arrangement, clusters of Floreat's pillar candles and a few scattered tealights to add to the ambience.
We always make sure our couples get good use out of all the flowers. The arch from out the front of the Church was popped in the van in one piece and brought over to the reception - nothing goes to waste!
How beautiful is the afternoon light?
Even with the bright lights of Luna Park and the Harbour Bridge in the background, these bridal table flowers shone.
Congratulations Nicole and Callum!
Photography by Ripple Weddings