Throughout the planning process, one of the most cherished forces behind a spectacular day is an incredibly stylish bride - of which Margie is. Upon meeting Margie and her mother Anna, we were enthralled with excitement for what would be one of our most beautiful weddings yet.
The day before the wedding saw Blue Willow and the bride's mum and aunt buried in floral goodness, with almost every inch of the venue dripping in white blooms and bundles of foliage.
To compliment the timeless provincial space natural linens were incorporated with the finest of pinstripes, timber crossback chairs (our fav!), rattan chargers, raw timber candlesticks and the most stunning watercolour stationery.
Outside was an equally neutrally toned oasis with a pressed tin bar, linen directors chairs, rattan chairs and stools, ceramic drums and timber signage (again, dripping in floral goodness).
We look back on this stunning day and wish we could do it all over again with the gorgeous couple! Congratulations again to Mr and Mrs Sartain x
Venue | Gabbinbar Homestead
Cinematography | Alex Ball
Photography | Edwina Robertson Photography
Bouquets | Hacienda Flowers
On the Day Styling | Blue Willow Weddings
Linens | Table Art
Hair | Katrina Devlin
Make Up | One Wybeleena
Gown | Jane Hill Bridal