Ever since Pantone announced Rose Quartz as one of their 2016 color predictions we kind of lost our minds. Because we swear that that this color was basically chosen for all of use at SMP, for not only does this pretty pink hue speak directly to our wedding loving hearts, but it just so happens that our galleries are overflowing with bouquets in the same color scheme. Inspired by the possibilities, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite blooms for your to browse, see them all below!
Oh my goodness—and I mean GOODness. This inspiration shoot from the geniuses at Sweet Events Photography, De Coeur A Coeur and Weddings By Paris is making me giddy. Let’s start with those insanely beautiful Rue De Seine wedding dresses (especially the beaded one!). And then there’s the gorgeous flowers, the bright white loft, the sweet cake, and the minimal yet organic decor. But that’s not all. Head to THE VAULT for all the beauty!
From Weddings by Paris…A white palette is something a bride should never be afraid of. It will add class and elegance to any wedding. Fresh and crisp whites with a touch of glass and silver to add some texture… timeless. This palette complimented the venue well with its exposed brick walls and light filled windows.
The bride is in stunning Rue De Seine gowns. The Jasmine gown adorned in beautiful heavy metal hand embroidered details and the Mackenzie an understated gown with a stunning french lace bodice. Both gowns different to each other but both suiting the diversity of the venue. Their hair simple yet organic with a touch of sparkle in their eyes. Holding bouquets of Milano ruscus, grape vine tendrils, large ivy leave, ladder fern and white garden roses tied with plant dyed ribbons.
A simple table setting with handmade ceramics, white gloss cutlery, beautifully detailed glass goblets, white taper candles with a touch of ivy. All set on a soft grey satin with beautiful white french bistro chairs. Understated yet classic with its minimal organic features. The ceremony space fit for a princess. White french bistro chairs with pillar candles lining the aisle following through to a beautiful broken arch made out of ivy. Against an exposed brick wall. All details being natural and uncomplicated.
A stationery suite so simple and clean with beautiful soft grey calligraphy, an embossed silver wax seal and transparent paper to wrap the invite. The two tier cake adding texture and depth, bottom tier covered in coconut flakes adding texture and the top tier covered in silver dribble. Just as yummy as it looks.
Each detail of the shoot was thought out to follow through from one another. A cohesive shoot to showcase each element individually as well as together.
Photography: Sweet Events Photography | Cinematography: De Coeur A Coeur | Floral Design: Florrie's | Wedding Dresses: Rue De Seine | Cake: Magnolia Kitchen | Stationery: Just My Type | Makeup: Blac Cosmetics | Hair And Makeup: Estelles Makeup | Venue: The Quay Project | Ceramic Dinnerware: Claybird Ceramics | Creative Direction And Event Styling: Nicole Paris / Weddings By Paris | Ribbon: Feathers And Stone
If you’re wondering what happens when a sweeter than sweet duo ties the knot in a romantic meets intimate summer affair in Australia, well, this is IT, lovelies. Think colorful blooms from Florals By Silva, a stunning Karen Willis Holmes gown and a happily ever after captured in beautiful images by Gold Hat Photography. Fall in love with every breathtaking moment right here in THE VAULT.
From Gold Hat Photography… I started my day with Justin, two Patricks and one very docile Jasper the Pomeranian in Cremorne to cover the preparations. Perhaps due to his past duties in the RAF, Justin seems to be very neat and tidy – it’s rare to find the groom’s details so neatly arranged, and bed sheets folded with hospital corners! No wonder Jasper’s so well behaved.
Next stop was the 1888 Hotel in Pyrmont to join Jess, her mum, a gang of super cute flower girls and bridesmaid Jasmina. Father of the bride Andrew and I were clearly outnumbered.
The beauty of a Grounds of Alexandria wedding is that both the ceremony and reception can be held in the same awesome space. After the ceremony, guests were treated to a tasty Grounds smorgasbord of treats, some hilarious speeches, and Justin and Jess’s first dance as a married couple under the twinkling atrium. Oh, and Andrew’s crazy dancing…
Photography: Mark Condon | Floral Design: Grounds Florals by Silva | Wedding Dress: Karen Willis Holmes | Cake: The Grounds Of Alexandria | Bride's Shoes: Wittner Shoes | Rings: Hardy Brothers | Hair And Makeup: Makeup By Alexandra | Band: Duke | Groom's Attire: Hugo Boss Red Label | Groom's Attire: Ted Baker | Groom's Attire: Calvin Klein | Celebrant: Kathryn Breusch | Hotel: 1888 | Venue: The Grounds Of Alexandria