Kristy from Imbue Weddings is always coming up with beautiful table displays and styling ideas so when she asked if she could share her Style Story with Polka Dot Bride readers I was more than happy to share it with you!
Kristy is putting together a “Style Story” at the beginning of each season to showcase her talents and sharing key designs for her styling and hire catalogue of Imbue Weddings. The first one is called “Eco Vintage”. All pieces unless otherwise stated are from Imbue Weddings.
Round tables & Tiffany chairs from All Occasions Party Hire.
The custom designed handmade headpiece was created by Casey Marek ( 0421 637 631) while the dress was the stylists own. A bouquet of white David Austin roses, white lisianthus snow berries, bouvardia and arabs eyes were tied with a ivory satin ribbon and an linen voile ribbon in an open french twist. The close was finished with a lace cuff and pearl headed pins.
In case it isn’t obvious, I really love polka dots. In fact, I also really love stationery (honestly even our Christmas cards had polka dots all over them!). So when a beautiful polka dot invitation lands in my inbox, I feel like I have to post it for the world to see. This pretty one is called Harlow by Ruby & Willow.
Isn’t she elegant? I love the navy, white and creamy yellow!
Due to circumstances, we have had to redraw today’s competition!
Our new winner is Rachel!
“My fiance and I have our first baby due in a few weeks time. This year for Valentines day he treated me to a pregnancy massage and a subscription to roadside assistance – so that way I never have to worry about locking the keys (or baby!) in the car and he knows I’ll be safe wherever I am. It made me feel so loved that he worries about me while we are apart.”
We will be in touch soon!
We still have two other competitions running for you to win (and so many more to come!)
The new collection Jason Grech White launched in December last year has a sense of the unusual about it. Gowns are dip dyed in a splash of colour and the flowing fabrics drape to create beautiful shapes.