Sam and Nathan were married on 24 February 2018 at Crondon Park. Their beautiful colour palette of ivory, blush pink and grey was perfect for this winter wedding, though luckily they got sun rather than snow! I used a combination of roses, spray roses, anemones, ranunculus, waxflower, phlox, brunia, senecio and eucalyptus.
Sam's bouquet is absolutely one of my all time favourites - it was so soft and dreamy! That senecio foliage was so pretty and so soft to the touch, complimented beautifully by the brunia berries.
The bridesmaids bouquets were smaller versions of the bride's, but with all white flowers rather than the pink. The lovely Tina from Beautiful Hair 4 Weddings sent me a couple of photos, including the bride and her maids and the beautiful hair she did for bridesmaid Emily. The girls all look so gorgeous!
This super pretty wedding featured for different combinations of buttonholes and corsages - it's nice for the groom to have a standout buttonhole, and for the rest of the buttonholes to differ from the corsages. Also how cute are the brunia and eucalyptus buttonholes for the little page boys!
I loved setting up at Crondon Park - such a pretty venue! Sam and Nathan went for mason jars with flowers from the wedding, which sat on log slices in the centre of each table. The top table also had some little rose gold vases dotted around, some with flowers and some with tealights. Everything looked so pretty with the love letters and fairy lights all around.
The professional photos are by Pure Image Photography, take a look below: