LOVE IN THE FOREST, EUMUNDI
EUMUNDI NATIONAL PARK
Emily and Steve weren’t going to be put off getting married in their dream location in the National Park in Edmundi. Rain, hail or wind! A few minor adjustments had to be made to accommodate the river running down the aisle but it was a perfect day full of love and laughter. Ben Sowry got the most amazing images which are so rich and wonderful in the forest.
Em’s bouquet was one that we won’t forget anytime soon – rich and lush soft latte phalaenopsis orchids, golden toffee roses, muddy plum double tulips, softest blush quicksand roses, almost black dark plum scabiosa, lilly pilly berries, moody burgundy foliages with pops of green and white preserved ruscus – all topped off with dramatic long plum toned trailing silk ribbons. SO LUSH!
Amongst the trees, fern and forest nestled a sweet and devine nest of florals for Emily and Steve to say their vows. The deep plums and moody tones really complimented the space and looked like it grew from the forest floor.
Emily and Steve were in the moment and didn’t care about the muddy dress, the rainy weather or anything else – they were there for each other. Ben’s photos were so perfect for the couple and the vibe that they had on the day.
It was beautiful to be part of their day and so lovely. Thank you.
We need more weddings with this stunning colour palette – so contact us if you want to make a garden styled wonderland like Em and Steve.
Photography BEN SOWRY | Ceremony EUMUNDI NATIONAL PARK | Reception IMPERIAL HOTEL EUMUNDI | Silk Ribbons THE COTERIE | Dress CLARA WHITE BRIDAL
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.