In the event industry it's quite common for a lot of clients to shy away from a Winter celebration - particularly those local to Toowoomba as we all know how unpredictable the weather can be!
But when Kristy & Dan set a date in July for their Gabbinbar Homestead nuptials we knew it was the perfect opportunity to play on the incredible beauty and intimacy that a short Winter's day bestows.
Creatively our imaginations were immediately drawn to these elements - glass, white, grey, candlelight, candlelight and more candlelight!
Luxury oozed with the crispest of white blooms, showcased in their natural glory using glass vase ware and linear stem work.
Place settings continued with the grey, white and glass palette combining ornate edged glass flatware, grey French linen napkins and hand lettered acrylic place cards.
The couples cozy ceremony called for an abundance of candlelight and rose petals adorning the aisle. While their garden party continued the intimate feel with lounge suit areas for guests to enjoy the last of the afternoon sun.
Our obsession with candlelight for our couple continued inside to the candlelit wall that guests admired featuring over 100 glass cylinder pillar candles.
We felt so lucky to be a part of this lovely couples special day, featuring their gorgeous three children. We wish you all so much love on your journey in life together x
Photography | Richard Grainger Photography
Styling, Coordination & Floral Design | Blue Willow Weddings
Gown | Darb Bridal
Hair | Suite Six by Christine
Make up | The Beauty Boutique on Bridge
Bridesmaids dresses | Rowen Couture
Suits | Rodd & Gunn
Cake | Kokopod
Printing | Snap Printing Toowoomba
Venue | Gabbinbar Homestead