Xenia | Alan | 4 eva

Possibly the most photogenic couple you will ever meet and their Mudbrick wedding did not disappoint. These kids are super stylish with the bride's Rue De Seine Gown and his slick tux from Megs Tailoring. She carried a bouquet of seasonal white and green summer flowers, bound with ivory ribbon.

The bridesmaids wore ivory with garlands of babys breath and roses in their hair.

Mudbrick doesn't need much dressing but we decked out the tables with florals in a classic palette of green and white; nestled amongst candles and place-settings styled by Two Foxes.

This classic wedding will go down as one of my all time faves x

All beautifully captured by the talented duo at Bubblerock.

 

 

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Bridget and Nick

Being a creative, you're always longing for the day when you get a brief from a client who says, do whateeeeeever you like. Bridget was this bride and I absolutely love her for it.

We worked closely with the creative minds at Wildernest and One Lovely Day and our dream team of 7 florists over 4 days to to put together the jewel of the crown in our wedding season.

At the breathtaking Jonkers Farm, Bridget and Nick had a wedding of epic proportions...300 guests, lots of whiskey (to celebrate Bridget's Irish heritage) and a party that went through the night.

In the marquee we created 5 metre high gardens, cascading down the poles to our 'gardens' below. A whimsical floral arch was suspended above Bridget and Nick while they said their vows and a 7 metre long garland hung above them during the reception. Bridget's bouquets were created to look as thought they had been plucked from a meadow ~ cosmos, anenomes, achellia and flox to name just a few.

We worked alongside the talented guys at La Lumiere, Shupepe Tents, Eddison Project and Jo and Greg Jonker. The biggest shout out goes to the team of florists who worked all hours of the day (and night) to get it looking spectacular. I couldn't have done it without you x

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Nat 4 Max

Planning a wedding from Poland can't be easy, but Natalie had a vision and along with her lovely mum, we helped bring it all together.

Natalie and Max were living in Europe while planning their wedding...but the joys of modern technology means it was NBD. Nat had a clear vision for her florals ~ a palette of pink and peach sorbet with bursts of raspberry to compliment the Miss Crabb bridesmaid dresses.

They chose Kauri Bay as their venue (why wouldn't you) where we framed that breathtaking view with wild and dreamy florals on their driftwood arch. Her aisle was lined with floral clusters which she strolled down, meeting Max at the end.

Nat and her maids carried bouquets of dahlias, garden roses, flox, scabiosa, delphiniums, berries and beech.

Inside, we dressed Kauri Bay's famous fireplace in a wild, cascading floral garden and had trailing green garlands along the trestle tables.

Photography by Anna Kidman weddings

Nat's dress by Hera Couture

Nat's maids by Miss Crabb

Their venue was Kauri Bay

Hair & Make up by Fiona Clare Beauty

 

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Bridgid and Mark

Remember those blustery days in early January? Bridgid and Mark had to fight those elements on their wedding day but it didn't manage to dampen their spirits.

Less than a week into the new year and the wild was howling and the rain was coming in sideways but Bridgid, being the darling that she was, still had a huge smile across her face. We delivered her bouquets first, she came bounding to the door, full of excited energy and her eyes lit up (best authentic response ever). All wildflowers, dahlias and pops of bright against tones of treacle, butter and sand.

From there, we set up her florals at Orakei Bay...lush, trailing garlands, wild archways and petite vases of flowers dotted around the venue.

There were momentary gaps in the rain which made for beautiful outdoor photos, a moody sky against the brightest of smiles.

Bridgid and Mark, you were such a treat to work with, you let us unleash our creativity and make something amazing...we wish you both all the happiness in the world xxx

Photography: Kimberly Elizabeth

Dress: Anna Schimmel

Hair: Beauty on Demand

Make up: Rouge and Scout

Suit: Crane Brothers

 

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Faye's Urban Meadow

When flora takes over and a romantic woodland emerges at an industrial loft wedding, the result is nothing short of breathtaking. We created bouquets for Faye and her maids in a romantic palette of muted blush and creamy white. Her cascading meadow had hints of lilac, grey and buttery peach, enveloped in lush greenery. The inspiration behind this installation was a romantic, dream-like woodland, a world away from a bustling city. 
It was beautifully captured by Rachel Soh.
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Niamh: My wedding spirit animal

Niamh is one of the first ladies to contact me after I started my business last year. After listening to the vision she had for her wedding...the dress, the flowers, the cake, the location, I realised she was my wedding spirit animal. 

Her and Ryan had a beautifully relaxed ceremony in an ivy lined courtyard followed by a knees up at the Hopetoun Alpha next door. Being a November bride, we used peonies in the bouquets. Lots of peonies. The table flowers were clusters of flower stems in mid-matched bottles of white and gold but the icing on the cake was the entrance to the courtyard. We created a trailing frame of jasmine and roses that greeted guests on their way in. I loved every minute of it.

Thank you Niamh and Ryan, wishing you every happiness,

Rosie and the team x

         

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