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














April 2, 2015

Vintage Blue China Wedding Styled Photoshoot

This vintage styled shoot was inspired by a bygone era of opulence and glamour, featuring blue and white china, vintage crystal, pin tuck white linen, complemented with gorgeous garden styled blooms, romantic gowns, locally sourced organic desserts, set on a heritage protected property with the ‘Manson’ as the backdrop. The colours were keep soft and feminine, to ensure the blue and white china created a feature in the table setting.

The flowers, styling, planning and co-ordination of the shoot was undertaken by Green and Bloom, with the beautiful natural photography captured on the day by Terri Hanlon Photography who captured the photo shoot’s story through her soft, feminine, and natural photography style.

The star studded blue patterned china can be found at Prop It Pretty, along with all the other decor items like crystal vessels, linen napkins, silver cutlery and candle holders.

The cake created by Gillian Bell Cake was soft and moist, melting in the mouth. The wedding cake was a vintage design featuring a two tier Elderflower scented butter cake simply finished with a dusting of icing sugar and elderflowers in a two tier bunt design. Ingredients are organic, locally sourced, with the Elderflower that garnished the top of the cake being grown in Gillian’s very own garden.

Green and Bloom created the flowers with floral style including beautiful soft and graceful blooms like David Austin Roses, Peonies, Delphinium, Lisianthus, Queen Anne’s Lace, Borage, and Hydrangea, reminiscent of a vintage English Garden.  Green and Bloom created all the flowers for the day, and featured flowers in the table setting in various different crystal vases, from bud sizes to large footed bowls.

To complement the styling for the shoot and the model, the makeup was kept very natural, soft and glowy, keeping an emphasis the model’s porcelain tone skin looking flawless and effortless. Two different hair styles were created to complement the gowns with the first hair look aimed to keep the hair very soft and natural complemented with a fresh floral halo. The second hair look was ethereal with an old world feel with lots of texture and height. Ashley Rose created the looks to perfection.

Credits : Photographer: Terri Hanlon Photography / Flowers, Planning and Styling: Green and Bloom / Invitations & Stationery: Elly Hartley Designs / Cake Baker: Gillian Bell Cake / Gowns:When Freddie Met Lily / Hair & Makeup Artist: Ashley Rose / Furniture, D├ęcor, and Linen Hire:Prop It Pretty / Venue: Woodlands of Marburg