SUNSHINE IN LEMON, WHITE AND GOLD AT NOOSA WATERFRONT RESTAURANT

NOOSA WATERFRONT RESTAURANT

MARCH 2019

Pip and Matt wanted warm, sunny and fresh in Noosa. They definitely got it! We loved the lemon, white, toffee and ivory colour palette and think it will be a new trend for 2020.

We created LUSH bouquets of toffee roses, (so exquisite and hard to procure) reflexed white tulips, white dahlias, snowberry, lisianthus, white garden roses, lemon garden spray roses, bleached ruscus, olive leaf and jasmine to frame. This bouquet is one of Sandi’s favourites!

The ceremony styled by Splash Events was so gorgeous with our fresh arbour florals complimenting the white of the chairs, drapes and carpet runners, creating a really coastal feel. We had florals everywhere; aisle posies, petal border and florals among the fun drink station.

Just wanted to say thank you so much for the flowers from Saturday I absolutely loved them. They were so bright and summery exactly what I asked for....Thanks again for making them perfect.

The coastal romantic style continued at Noosa Waterfront Restaurant, with the colour palette tweaked a little to include more warm lemon tones. We created low floral hedges to flow along the table creating a garland like look but still plenty of room for wine glasses, candles and food!

The ceremony arrangements were repurposed here at the entrance and positioned around the restaurant creating a warm floral feel. The aisle posies were scattered on places were guests mingled.

Photography ALAN HUGHES 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.

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