This was a very special wedding for us, as it was for a dear friend.
Located at their private residence in Cremorne Point, this intimate reception was alfresco-style on the couple's terrace.
The colour palette was quite neutral with hints of soft greys and blush, drawing colours to match the sunset. We also used silvers, touches of emerald foliage, china plates, delicate whites and ivory.
For the tablescape, each place setting was decorated with hand-made raw linen napkins that draped the beautiful china plates with vintage glassware and ornate crockery (owned by the groom's mum). The name tags were written with soft strokes on ivory card with matching ivory tassels. Mismatched chairs were placed around the table, with the centrepieces made from clusters of gold taper candleholders and bunches of romantic florals.
The bride wore Rachel Gilbert and her bouquet was made with bunches of Autumn blooms including david austin and garden roses and snowballs, all wrapped in the same hand-made raw linen (that was resented on the dining table), dyed in an ash tone.
Congrats again to MR & MRS Foster xx
STYLING & FLORALS: the style maison - @thestylemaison; thestylemaison.com.au
VENUE: Private Residence, Cremorne Point
PHOTOGRAPHY: Matt Godkin - @matt_godkin; mattgodkin.com