YANDINA STATION LOVELIES…

YANDINA STATION

MARCH 2019

The wind may have threatened to blow away all of Ben and Nicoles guests at Yandina Station. But how else do you get those amazing ribbons blowing in the breeze and those fantastic veil in the wind photos!

Lovely, loose and rustic styled bouquets for Nicole and her bridesmaids bouquets. Blush, white and soft nude tones with pops of textures throughout. Quicksand roses, cappuccino roses, lisianthus, tweedia, spray roses, olive and ivy berry foliages. With gorgeous flowing soft crepe ribbon trails by the coterie.

We designed a simple but striking arbour design taking advantage of the triangular shaped base we could do some lovely offset designs with long sweeping foliages and flowers including the gorgeous pineapple lilies, disbud chrysanthemums, roses, sims, snapdragons, lisianthus and feather like faux pampass grass provided by the bride.

 

wow!!!! what an amazing set up you did i loved absolutely everything! I have so many amazing comments on the flowers. Thank you so much for producing such an amazing vision 🙂

Once inside away from the elements guests were treated to a lush hanging installation attached to our antique ladder which was stylised, loose and rustic with pops of coral, peach and white florals and textural foliages.

The tables were draped in white linens with our blush bowl arrangements, these arrangements are foam free using flowers ‘frogs’ or spikes that hold the florals in place. This creates a more free form and airy design. The wedding table designs included lots of flower lovelies such as queen annes lace, hydrangea, disbuds, sims , lisianthus, roses, bunny tail grass and spray roses. The table designs left plenty of room for platters and Yandina Station’s own brews and wines.

This style of wedding floral arrangements using the flower frogs is becoming increasingly popular and we have a large range of bowls and vessels that compliment this style of floristry. It enables you to have a low design base with a simple striking tall bloom and minimal foliages and florals or larger airy designs with lots of scope for depth. It also cuts down a lot of floral foam use which is great for the environment and some of the flowers longevity. Flowers can be easily removed from the floral spike and gathered up in the evening by guests and taken home as a posy.

The coral and blush really picked up the rustic timbers and features in the dairy and the white florals and linens lightened the whole design and space.

Photography MEGAN KELLY | Venue YANDINA STATION | Dress MADE WITH LOVE | Ribbons THE COTERIE

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