LAUREN + RYAN AT OBI OBI HALL
Obi Obi Hall Kenilworth
Lauren and Ryan’s wedding was something out of storybook where the coolest kid in the class got to make up the words. Layered Persian rugs and festoon lights set the scene of one of the most visually beautiful ceremony spaces that I have ever seen. Captured by the incredible Ben Sowry and featured in Hello May’s blog and magazine, you can see why this was Hello May’s top 10 wedding of the year as voted by its followers.
Lauren’s bouquet was sweet, airy and delicate and suited her perfectly with an eclectic mix of David Austin roses, astrantia, double tulips, sedum, freesia, wild grass and a mass of airy foliage. We loved the champagne/ivory/peach colour palette too, with the subtle warmth in the hues of the wedding flowers, it really complimented the earthy ceremony setting, the rustic Obi Obi Hall and of course the stunning wedding dress by Rue De Seine.
Hair flowers have been so popular in wedding hair styling trends and this image of our floral design blew up on Instagram, Evelyn Parsons hair created the pretties and natural boho waves and our ‘half crown’ of flowers was a nice change to the typical flower crown that so many brides request.
For the reception, the bride and groom opted for mini garlands of flowers and trailing foliage to make space for lavish platters of food by The Van Fine Street Food. CL Events and Weddings did such an amazing job not only coordinating the day but styling it to perfection.
Photography by: Ben Sowry Photography.
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.