Give me a platter of pastels and I’m a happy lady. But add a dash of red to the mix and now we’re talkin’. It seems A Vintage Affair Events & Rentals got my memo, because the seaside scene they created is pretty much my perfection, from the beautiful Karen Willis Holmes gown to the overflowing florals. Connie Whitlock captured it all so we can happily hang out in the Vault and dream away – join me right here!
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From A Vintage Affair Events & Rentals… A Vintage Affair Events and Connie Whitlock Photo, recently traveled to Australia together, looking for creative refreshment and inspiration after a busy summer. Being from the United States, we were so impressed with the collaborative environment, hospitality, and beautiful scenery we found in Australia.
The inspiration for this shoot originated from the pastel sunsets we saw every night. We fell in love with the beautiful colors of pastel purples and pinks, and the lovely turquoise blues of the Australian waters. We brought our inspiration into our color palette with the muted colors and textures created in the tablescape, while the bold colors, chosen by Sassybird Flowers for the bouquet and centerpiece, popped against the pastel skies and jagged, earth toned rocks. We incorporated found elements from the beach into the shoot to tie everything together. Our table was a wooden palette that had been left on the beach, and over time it gathered barnacles and was faded by the sun and ocean air. Driftwood flanked the tablescape and defined the space in the sand. We wanted our dining to feel casual and to be an al fresco experience, so we chose a low table and used pillows for seating. The lovely two piece dress from Australian designer Karen Willis Holmes was a perfect choice for a beachside inspired wedding. The watercolor and hand scripted invitations from Betlem Calligraphy mimicked the waves crashing on the shore and the hand torn edges complemented our laid-back feel. The mostly down hairstyle with a loose tied back braid by Tyla Miller was perfect for the wind and ocean mist by the water. We also brought in pieces of rose quartz to mimic the colors of the sunset and to highlight our tablescape.
Photography: Connie Whitlock Photography | Event Planning + Design: A Vintage Affair Events & Rentals | Floral Design: Sassybird Flowers | Wedding Dress: Karen Willis Holmes | Stationery: Betlem Calligraphy | Hair + Makeup: Tyla Miller | Model: Dallas Jays | Vendor: The Bride's Aunt & Grandmother
Beautiful weddings can take on many forms, just ask Sally & Tyler. For their picturesque celebration just so happens to be the perfect, pretty little party. Complete with champagne towers, pastel blue skies, and two gorgeous gowns, Kylee Yee snapped every sentimental and sweet moment, and we’ve got it all to share in The Vault!
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From Kylee Yee…Sally & Tyler got married at the picturesque Campbell Point House in Leopold, just outside of Melbourne Australia. On a sunny summer’s day, Sally and Tyler got married under a beautiful floral arch with their nearest and dearest who had traveled from all over the World to be witness at their very touching and emotional ceremony.
After the ceremony guests made their way to cocktail hour, which was held the beautiful outdoor patio at Campbell Point House. They sipped champagne and wine as the sun began to set. Making their way to dinner, guests found themselves in a the beautiful light-filled dining room that had been made gorgeous with white and peach floral accents and laughed the night away.
They finished the night off with their first dance, bouquet toss and an impressive champagne tower!
Both Sally and Tyler had two stunning outfits on the day – one for the ceremony and another for the reception. They are definitely a couple with impeccable taste.
Sharon from Wedding Day PA beautifully co-ordinated everything on the day with stunning florals from Botanics Melbourne, art design by Adelphi Mou, and the cake and wedding favours by Miss Ladybird Cakes.
Photography: Kylee Yee | Cinematography: More Production | Design: Adelphi Mou | Event Planning: Wedding Day PA | Floral Design: Botanics Melbourne | Wedding Dress: Jenny Packham | Cake: Miss Ladybird Cakes | Bride's Shoes: Jimmy Choo | Rings: Tiffany & Co. | Hair + Makeup: Beaute HK | Groom's Attire: Ralph Lauren | Groom's Attire: Hugo Boss | Celebrant: Mona Chung-Chao | Venue: Campbell Point House | Ceremony Dress: Noel Chu Aterlier | Groom's Shoes: Dolce & Gabbana | Vendor: The Bride's Aunt & Grandmother
With each season comes seriously beautiful shift in colors, and with spring here we can’t help but dream of berry hues paired with lush bouquets. Our current obsession? Incorporating those fresh edible elements into the season by mixing them in with sunset dahlias and trailing ivy, for centerpieces that have the best of it all, in a single vase.
more seasonal wedding details to try:
25 Breathtaking Bouquets Perfect For Fall | What to Wear to A Fall Wedding