MARCH 2019

Timber, natives, and textural elements was the brief.

Emily and Sam were so easy going through the whole process, and we loved creating something special for them both on their March wedding day. Emily’s bouquet of soft white proteas, silver banksia, sunset leucadendrons, ¬†blush roses, dusty lisianthus, muddy brown tulips and soo many gorgeous textural elements like bunny tail grass, snowberry, hypericum, scabiosa pods, bleached ruscus foliage.

The colour palette worked so well with the Navy dresses and suits. The boy’s buttonholes were finished with a navy silk ribbon bind which completed their outfits perfectly.

Lagoona Grove is the perfect place for a morning/midday ceremony amongst the trees, backing onto the wooded area and looking out the ocean. The best of both worlds in Noosa. We created an asymmetrical arrangement on either side of the triangular timber arbour of natural and white tones with a pop of coral/terracotta. These were later transferred to Bistro C.

After all the fun and laughs at the ceremony, this layed back couple and their guests headed down the boardwalk to Bistro C, where the festivities continued with many more laughs into the afternoon.

We used our stone, ceramic and copper vessels to reflect the natural, blush, white and grey tones in the flowers and wedding theme.

This wedding was so much fun to be a part of and we love, love love this colour palette.

Photography BXCSMXTH


Willow Bud Wedding Florist created these wedding flowers and bridal bouquets. The wedding ceremony and reception designs were created specifically for this bride at this Sunshine Coast wedding venue, but this style could be created at many of our beautiful Sunshine Coast hinterland wedding venues in Maleny, Montville, Mapleton, Obi Obi, and Flaxton. This wedding styling and wedding florals would also match perfectly with venues and beaches in Noosa, Mooloolaba, Caloundra and private properties across the Sunshine Coast.

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