June 16, 2015

Alicia and Daniel's Real Wedding as featured on White Magazine

Oh to a very busy wedding season keeping us away from our blogging.  We will try and get the blog a bit more up to date over the coming months before Spring wedding season is again upon us.

Today I'm starting with Alicia and Daniel's colourful urban wedding at Lightspace.  We were delighted to work along side Milque Photography, White + White Weddings , AVIdeas, Jocelyns Provisions, Twidale, Prop It Pretty and many other suppliers to make their day blooming gorgeous. 

Alicia absolutely rocked her bridal crown, while all bridesmaids carried bright colourful bouquets of in-season blooms.  At the reception we created clusters of colourful arrangements in white vases, with flowers installed onto geometric lights from AVIdeas. Prop It Pretty provided with french linen table runners, napkins and vessels all available to hire for your event on their website.

Thank-you White Magazine for featuring our pretty creations.  See their blog post here. 


Supplier Credits:
Photography : Milque 
Styling : White + White 
Venue : Lightspace 
Florals : Green and Bloom 
Linen and Vases : Prop It Pretty 
Catering : Wine N Dine'M
Tables and Chairs : Frank and Joy 
Cake : Jocelyns Provisions 
Hair and Makeup : Twidale 
Transport : InStyle Wedding Cars 

    May 20, 2015

    Dog Flowers

    Is there anything cuter than a dog with blooms on a wedding day?  No not really. 

    A gorgeous fur baby from a wedding last month captured to perfection by Studio 60 Photography.

    So glad our bride Vanessa requested these blooms.  Anyone else for dog blooms?

    Image credits:
    Photography // Studio 60
    Flowers // Green and Bloom
    Dog // Provided by client...

    Cheese Party for Hooray Magazine

    We have a firm belief that a party is not a real party unless there is at least one cheese platter and a bottle of red, and today's shoot is all about gorgeous cheeses and styling of a cheese table as printed in the current issue of party magazine Hooray.

    The images were captured in gorgeous detail by Prue Franzmann Photography, with styling by Victoria Cameron and her team.  Green and Bloom created the hanging foliage installation, and grew the herbs on the table, with all decor, linen and furniture for the shoot being provided by our sister company Prop It Pretty.  Class Deller Designs custom made gold hand written calligraphy food tags and a stationary set, with Caxton Street Catering providing all the tasty morsels from vintage linen bound cheeses, dried grapes, fresh berries and figs and bespoke red wines.

    Viewing the below images may result in you dreaming of cheeses for lunch, but trust us it would be worth it if they tasted as delicious as the ones we used in this shoot.


    Image Credits:
    Photography // Prue Franzmann Photography
    Styling // Victoria Cameron
    Foliage Installation // Green and Bloom
    Decor, Linen and Furniture Hire // Prop It Pretty
    Stationary // Cass Deller Design
    Catering // Caxton Street Catering

    April 23, 2015

    Real Wedding: Anecia and Alun

    We've been waiting a while to put this wedding up on the blog but we think it's worth the wait! Bold colours, lines and spaces were the main feature of this urban wedding- and the celebration definitely delivered on fun and frivolity!

    The graffiti adorned walls of the Brisbane Powerhouse were the perfect backdrop for the bright pops of colour, and the black and white striped table cloths added a classic modern touch to this reception venue. The reception room was a mix of urban elegance and colourful extravagance and the photographer Todd Hunter McGaw captured this vibrant essence perfectly.

    All the florals on the day were created by us at Green and Bloom and featured unique touches of fruit and berries. Pop colours in warm tones were contrasted with lush fresh greens and added a summertime sweetness to the edgy venue.

    One of our favourite pieces (and photographs!) was the cake made by Cakes by Judy C and we loved creating the vibrant floral adornments.

    Wedding Planner: Victoria Cameron//
    Flowers: Green & Bloom//
    Photographer: Todd Hunter McGaw//
    Decor (linen): Covered//
    Decor (lighting, chairs and napkins): Styled Events//
    Decor (candle sticks) : Amini Concepts//
    Hair and Makeup: Twidale//

    Romantic French Inspired Garden Wedding Photoshoot

    We think this has got to be one of the most romantic venues in Australia, it truly does make your heart skip a beat. Add cascading dreamy florals, a timeless luxurious backless gown, a spectacular one of a kind marble cake alongside platters of delicious pomegranates, artisan bread and French cheese... well we really hope you are enchanted with this photo shoot as much as we are.

    Set amongst the enchanting grounds of Deux Belettes in Byron Bay, this beautifully styled shoot by Little Gray Station features a long dining table lined with bentwood chairs, cascading with flowing grey linens and delicate florals. The whimsical bridal bouquet by Green and Bloom featured plum and lilac tones with fresh greens and was created in a naturalistic, asymmetrical style that fitted perfectly with the romantic garden inspiration. 

    White Images captured the beauty of the estate with dramatic landscapes as well as the finer detail shots mixed with pewter calligraphy, lavender posies, maroons silks and white stoneware.  

    Nestled in a picturesque alcove overlooking the stunning Deux Belettes grounds sits the beautiful marbled wedding cake by The Cake That Ate Paris, a modern reference to the opulence of French feasting.

    For a look at the full gallery Style Me Pretty Australia have written a blog here.

    Photography: White Images
    Videography: Roost Film Co
    Styling: Little Gray Station
    Floral Design: Green & Bloom
    Wedding Dress: Grace Loves Lace
    Stationery: Cass Deller Design
    Reception Venue: Deux Belettes
    Catering: Your Gourmet
    Makeup: Jess Brailak Makeup
    Furniture: Hampton Event Hire
    Linens And Cutlery : Prop It Pretty
    Suit: Wil Valor