When Natalie pulled out her phone at our first meeting and we saw her pink diamante cover we knew this wedding was going to be fabulous. The brief was glamour, pink, butterflies, pink, total floral gorgeousness and more pink.
For the ceremony at St Stephens we created some of the largest sculptural look altar arrangements we have made to date. Pink peonies, roses, sweet pea and snapdragons were tightly arranged into massive 1.5m domes in urns flanking the altar. The bride and maids carried posies of the same flowers with loads of diamante detailing.
At Villa Maria, guests mingled in the cafe which we transformed into a sleek cocktail hour space lit in pink and then moved into the barrel hall for dinner. The tables were dressed with custom pink linens, black glassware and banquet chairs and diamante buckles at each place setting completed the look. The centrepieces towered above the tables creating real wow factor but still allowing guests to have conversation.
The candy station that we designed went down a treat. We sourced every type of pink and black candy we could think of and had our pastry friends make us cake pops, macarons and more.
The lighting was the design component that pulled it all together. Beginning with a soft pink glow over the room as the evening progressed the pink became deeper and guests danced the night away on the pink dance floor.
Photographer - Chris Dillon Photography