Jayden had a pretty special connection to Jimbour House. Her father had been the gardener there for over 13 years before he walked her down the aisle on a very patch of grass that he had tended to for all that time.
Staying true to the natural beauty of the venue and Jayden's fathers hard work, we kept the couples colour palette earthy. We executed lengthy garlands of green gum with scattered pillar and tealight candles throughout for the couples double-width feasting tables.
From the ceiling hung a suspended, original wagon wheel with fairy lights draping from all corners of the corrugated iron hanger to this central focal point. The linens and chairs were kept crisp, white. While the stationery featured metallic accents to compliment the gleaming rose gold bridesmaids dresses.
Blue Willow Weddings also designed the bride and her bridesmaids bouquets, as well as her groom and groomsmens buttonholes. We incorporated classic white and apricot hued blooms, dusty miller and of course, gum.
This country wedding was an absolute heart warmer for us - the couples personal connection to the venue, their gorgeous kids beaming with pride and their absolute trust in our vision for their day gave us all the feels.
Congratulations again Mr & Mrs Doherty - may the memories last a lifetime x
Venue | Jimbour House
Photography | Edwina Robertson Photography
Flowers | Blue Willow Weddings
Styling & Coordination | Blue Willow Weddings
Stationery Design | Blue Willow Weddings
Hair | Cynergi Hair Studio Dalby
Make Up | Make Up by Ashlee-Rose
Gown | Allure at Spurling Bridal
Suits | Blaq at Myer