A Decadent November Wedding

Danielle and Kyle were married on a windy November day last year in a lovely local to me country church, Brookvale Presbyterian. The celebrations continued in the elegant surrounds of Bellingham Castle. This wedding presented one of my biggest challenges in 2015 as Danielle and I came up with the quirky idea of whimsical & wild foliage hoops adorning the outside wall of the church (pinched from Pinterest obviously), my challenge was ensuring they stayed on the wall during one of the first winter storms to hit land last winter!! It was all fine and definitely a challenge I’d be up for again! The church window ledges were decorated with painted wooden crates filled with flowers which moved to the table centres in the venue. The church communion table was adorned with a decadent hydrangea and amaranthus garland and the bouquets were winter posies of soft pink and blush roses, king protea, garden grown dahlias, berries, thistles, wax flower and dramatic trailing red amaranthus. The boys wore rustic exposed stem buttonholes of thistles, spray roses and wax flower. Danielle and Kyle are celebrating their first anniversary on the 12 November 2016 and sent me these gorgeous memories of their special day taken by Colin Tuff A Higher Love Photography.

Danielle also shared these kind words with me:

“Words cannot describe how grateful I am for all your hard work and attention to detail. Out of all the things that I planned for the wedding talking to you about the flowers was my favourite. Everything was so perfect and more than I could have ever imagined. I couldn’t recommend you enough. As soon as anyone tells me they are getting married, you are the first person I recommend. Thank you so much again for making our day so perfect. You are an amazingly talented lady.”

 Awh it really was an absolute pleasure…I love that I get to be involved in one of most special days of someone’s life! x

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