Tina and Paul celebrated their wedding with a traditional ceremony at this beautiful, Mosman waterside venue.
This is perhaps the lushest and most full arch we've ever built, and our first circle arch, and we love how it turned out. It framed perfectly the stage where the ceremony took place, and was later moved inside to greet guests as they entered the reception.
We had gold rings custom built to sit atop the tables inside the reception room. This is the first time we've used them (plenty of "firsts!") and it was a lot of fun to get creative and do something a little different for table centrepieces. They also tied in perfectly with the "circle" theme we started at the ceremony with the arch.
Sometimes we find that the simplest vases are the most beautiful. We filled this gorgeous crystal vase with Jasmine to greet guests as they entered the reception.
Stark white Phalaenopsis orchids for the cake.
We added some extra embellishment on gold plinths for the "King" table. This is a good way to make a bridal party's table stand out when it's not at the front of the room, but instead nestled in with the guest tables.
This beautiful bride is also the author of Affordable Fashion blog Trash to Treasured. There's plenty more from this beautiful wedding on her Instagram if you'd like to see more.
Congratulations to this beautiful couple. Judging by the party going on when we came to pack down, you put on a wonderful evening!
Photos by Moments Photography
Styling by Ashdown and Bee