When looking back on his Dunkeld country wedding with inspired memories, Matt remembers that the entire day – from the rural setting to the glorious weather – and of course his romantic marriage – was just perfect.
“What I remember the most was the amazing weather, the backdrop and walking up the mountain at the start of day. The first time I saw Emma walking down the aisle was also a memorable moment.”
Images by Anthony Strong of Circular Ink
The very dapper fresh flower cravat from this stunning fresh floral groom style shoot had me smitten from the get go and I am so thrilled to share with you the collaborative efforts of Camilla Kirk Photography, Flowers By Julia Rose and Wood&Beau.
The team, along with model Ian who was dressed in a navy suit from Urbbana Gold Coast wanted to create a look that showed that floral accents are “not just for girls”. The choice of traditional blooms showing that the composition and arrangement can still create a look that works for a groom who wants something different for his look, inspiring a modern use of flowers for grooms who traditionally limit themselves to a boutonniere.
Florist Julia noting “I wanted to shoot to be crisp and clean. Strong and commanding. Fun and Bold. Making sure the photos embodied strong masculinity to them, with a fun arts side introduced by brilliant pops of colour.”
Beautiful traditional garden roses were mixed with Columbian Roses, Tulips, Allium, Lissinathius, Anemone,Orchids, Celosia and Miniature Roses in shades of pink, coral, lavender and reds.