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.

 

 

Read more

Nik and Bones

Nik is a radiant woman. She radiates kindness, warmth and gratitude wherever she goes. I feel so incredibly honoured to have been part of her and Bones' (aka Jase) wedding in January this year.

The rain came down, the roads were closed and people were walking 2km up a water logged road or being brought in via boat (between the downpours of rain and gusts of wind).

It seemed nothing could go right, the entire wedding party was moved inside, away from the elements but then the clouds parted and everything was perfect.

📷 Jared Donkin

💍 Zoe and Morgan
👰 Rue de Seine
💄 Samantha & Frank and Daisies
Nik's Landing, Bay of Islands
🌬 Severe weather warnings
💫 Absolute magic

Read more

Harriet & Michael

I know I say this about all of my brides but it's true, they are ALL lovely ladies (and gents) who I get on with as though we're old friends catching up for coffee. Harriet and Michael were no different. I met them after sending flowers to one of Harriet's colleagues; she loved them so much that she got in touch and we began planning her wedding florals.

They were married at Abbeville Estate with green garlands and draping florals adorning the venue, inside and out. The bridesmaids wore dove grey with delicate flower crowns to finish off the look.

Pre-wedding photos at an East Coast beach gave Harriet and Michael some time together before meeting their guests at Abbeville where they said their I-Do's and danced into the small hours.

All of it was beautifully captured by Chase Wild.

Scroll down to view their beautiful day...

 

Read more

Flower Crowns at LuluLemon

The absolute BEST part of doing what we do, is working with a different, varied group of awesome people on fun projects, big and small.

Some days we're helping out with massive charity do's, others, we're chilling out with a small group of people, making flower crowns at Lululemon Britomart on a sunny Saturday afternoon.

Karine, the manager has such a beautiful soul and was a dream to collaborate with. She provided the cushions and kombucha and we brought the florals. It's the first time we've had men get involved with a flower crown class and they loved it.

Take a look at the pics below and check out my students mad skills x

 

 

Read more

Wedding inspo for the style savvy bride

Some friends and I created this shoot as we wanted to inspire brides with some wedding inspo that is a little different and rather unique. The end result was a rustic inspired shoot for the the contemporary yet romantic bride.

Scroll through the pics and be inspired...

A huge THANK YOU to our team who helped put the shoot together and Terri for letting us use her vast home for the day. 

Sam - Samantha Donaldonson Photography

Heather - Heather Vette Hair & Make Up

Petra - Petra Bettjeman Jewellery

Gracie - George FM Drive Show Host

                 

      

    

  

  

  

Read more

The Bread & Butter Letter flower crown workshop

                                                 

Two weekends ago (when the sun was blazing hot) we hosted a two day flower crown workshop extravaganza with the lovely lasses at the Bread & Butter Letter.  

Those gals are a bundle of fun to work with and the ladies who came along had some serious flower crown making skills (proud teacher alert). Everyone injected their own style and flair into their crowns, it's always great to see everyone's personality shine through in their work.

                                                 

We chose a range of beautiful, dreamy flowers that were easy to work with and also dried really nicely (so you can get even more life out of your crown).

A few of you have asked when we're hosting another workshop...it won't be this side of Christmas but we're planning more floral fun in 2016. If there's anything you'd like to learn more about, or specific workshops you'd like us to hold, flick me an email - rosie@rosetintedflowers.com or sign up to our newsletter to keep in the loop.

                                                   

Major thanks to Sarah and Rose for having us and putting together the incredible goodie bags...not to mention Cake & Co for the beautiful cakes and Be Spa tea for keeping us hydrated.

                                                  

Read more
Left Continue shopping
Your Cart

You have no items in your cart