Hannah & Ali have got to be one of the most gorgeous couples I've had the privilege of working with...so much fun to be around and full of so many creative ideas for their wedding! It is always such a pleasure to have the chance to help create so many details that truly reflect the personality of a couple. The gorgeous photos are provided by Jade Alana Photography ...always amazing!! Hannah looked absolutely stunning in a Kula Tsurdiu dress...
Hannah chose a beautiful, summery yellow, green and white colour palette and we created a lovely garden style ceremony and reception complete with bunting, hanging lanterns, whirly windmills and pots of daisies!! Hannah wanted a really natural looking bouquet so I used lots of lovely daisies, alchemilla mollis, chrysanths, sweet peas, gypsophilia and craspedia tied with vintage style cream lace.
I made a matching buttonhole for Ali using fun 'billy balls'...
Hannah chose simple bouquets of gypsophilia, handtied with yellow gingham ribbon for her bridesmaids who looked absolutely stunning!
Hannah and her dad arrived at the wedding in the coolest wedding car I've ever seen...and perfectly colour co-ordinated!!
The ceremony was so lovely and welcoming...I used rustic crates and painted flower pots at the start of the aisle and lined the aisle with shepherds crooks and bunting made by Hannah's mum & friends!
Hannah asked me to create a canopy for the wedding ceremony which was so much fun to make! I decided to use a mixture of gingham, lace and organza ribbon to reflect the style of the other wedding details and
trim with bunting...my lovely husband climbed some very high ladders for me to hang it as I'm definitely not one for heights!! It was so worth it...it looked like it was suspended in mid air and was such an amazing feature!
Hannah and her mum spent months collecting bottles, jars and quirky containers for the reception which looked amazing filled with flowers!
Even Ali got involved, creating all the table number stands from lego!
Hannah made a gorgeous table plan using a vintage stepladder...
It was such a perfect day for a perfect couple...thanks Hannah & Ali for letting me share in all its loveliness!