It is such a delight to meet a Bride with plenty of time up her sleeve to plan her special day. It allows us more time to look at all of the options, assess their suitability and not rush into making decisions too quickly. When we first met with Kate we knew her classical style would be a perfect suit for their chosen venue - Gabbinbar Homestead.
Kate wanted to keep things timeless, with a country chic feel. We combined grey tones through the linens, raw textures through the chargers, chairs and signage and an overflowing, wild feel for the couples florals.
Natives and silver toned foliage, including an abundance of olive leaf were juxtaposed with softer full bloom white roses and stunning seasonal peonies throughout the venue.
No pocket of the venue was left untouched, including sentimental mantel piece decor and a whiskey and cigar bar. Meaning guests felt every bit a part of the couples new beginning on the day.
The effortless style created was not just perfectly suited to the newlyweds, but also the stunning historical venue and is sure to stand the test of time for many years to come - much like this gorgeous couples marriage.
Wishing the new Mr & Mrs every ounce of happiness for the future, A x
Venue | Gabbinbar Homestead
Photography | Edwina Robertson Photography
Videography | Wood & Willow Co
Styling & Coordination | Blue Willow Weddings
Venue Floristry & Floral Installs | Blue Willow Weddings
Bouquets | Echo & Indigo
Stationery | White Ink Design Co
Signage | Willow & Ink
Cake | Jill-i-cious Cakes
Gown | Karen Willis Holmes
Hair | Katrina Devlin
Make up | Ellie Bee Bride
Band | Golden Child