Cat was one of the greatest treasures to a wedding professional – organised. She also understood the amount of work involved in executing a collective and unique experience for her and her fiancé Doug's guests and with time up their sleeves were more than willing to push the envelope a little.
With a classic yet contemporary felt brief, a simplistic style for their Spring time wedding began. Whites and greys set the tone, with glass and marble textures amplifying the clean aesthetic. Pastel and rich hued blooms complimented the muted base palette and played perfectly to the equal parts romantic and modern edged design.
French linen cloths added depth to the tabelscape, while a combination of patterned and plain glass chargers magnified the linens texture through their transparency. A marble patterned stationery suite – from signage to place cards highlighted the confident choices made by the couple.
Copious amounts of candle light bounced beautifully off the glass accents throughout and brought ambient warmth. An opulent floral garland surrounded the couple during their ceremony, which was moved inside to adorn the staircase entry to the reception.
Thank you again Mr & Mrs Gibson for allowing us to be a part of your special day on the top of the escarpment – A x
Photography | Prue Franzmann
Videography | Rabbit & The Bear
Venue | Preston Peak Winery
Styling & Coordination | Blue Willow Weddings
Venue Floristry | Blue Willow Weddings
Bride’s Bouquet | Blue Willow Weddings
Bridesmaid’s Bouquets | Toowoomba Flower Market
Hire & Props | Prop it Pretty
Cake | Jill-i-cious Cakes
Gown | Karen Willis Holmes
Hair | Fred & Holly’s
Make up | Mirror Mirror Make up Artistry