Featured in White Magazine, https://whitemag.com/blog/botanical-goddess-by-nature/
Inspired by the beauty of nature, this shoot fused a bohemian mix of botanical greenery, recycled wood and intricate lace with a love-filled vibe.
Set amongst two magnificent rows of Jacaranda trees in Brisbane at sunset, followed by an amazing grassy field, the natural beauty of the couple was magically captured by the amazing Twig and Fawn Photography. The bride was enhanced with soft makeup and waves by Shannon Hope Make Up Artist.
The glowing bride made her way down in the latest gowns by Goddess by Nature. The breathtaking tulle trains with beautiful lace trimmings played tribute to her feminine figure.
From the aisle with beautifully decorated ghost chairs, and floral arrangements by New England Flower Co, to the eagerly awaiting groom at their the boho chic styled ceremony, were set up by Brisbane Wedding Decorators.
Recycled timber doors created a simple chic backdrop, framed perfectly by botanical greenery by New England Flower Co. Elegant laser engraved stationery featuring rustic wooden materials, paired with olive leaf motif menus and welcome signs, were beautifully designed and crafted by The Rustic At Heart.
Marriage Celebrant Jamie Eastgate was on hand to guide the couple through their ceremony and vows, before they sealed the deal and enjoyed a glass of bubbles at their relaxed cocktail style reception setting.
In appreciation of nature, nourishing organic seasonal canapes were provided by caterer Wholesomeness who are passionate about good, healthy, natural unprocessed foods.
Freshly sliced fruit garnished drink dispensers and perfectly complimented the canapes, and a greenery garland tied in with the botanical theme on the serving table.
As the saying goes, “every party needs a cake”, so Holly (Cakes by Holly Eloise) provided a sweet cake topped with a peachy floral arrangement by New England Flower Co.
Every drop and ray of sunlight was captured by the photographer, highlighting the newlyweds’ feeling of playfulness, as the sun began to set.