The “Wildflower” collection from bridal accessory designer Heidi Holmes of Shut The Front Door Bridal Accessories is inspired by the journey of Alice In Wonderland. As Alice tumbles through the rabbit hole- from the sunny, green glowing garden in the afternoon, with all its fresh colours and a sense of delicacy, to the dramatic edge
I am head over heels for anything gold lately so when this styled shoot full of pink and gold wedding inspiration jumped into our lap I couldn’t wait to share it. Something simple like the sequin gold table linens takes a beautiful setting and makes it it into something completely glamorous with plenty of jaw
I love a beautiful range of bridal accessories and this stunning collection – the first ever from Sunshine Coast based designer Shut The Front Door is unique, modern and so stylishly chic. Teaming up with Karen Buckle, Elizabeth De Varga & La Bella Brides, the team created a gorgeous styled shoot to show off the
This gorgeous inspiration shoot, entitled “Garden Bohemian” is such a welcome to Spring and gives such easy going, beautiful inspiration that I couldn’t wait to share it. The loose, free flowing style of the photographs is so inspiring for Spring brides (and as usual, I’m particularly drawn to the beautiful flower hairpieces).Shot by Karen Buckle
At Robyn and Curt’s Handmade Sunshine Coast Wedding, the groom had a certain turning point. He recalls”I didn’t think getting married was a big thing…until I saw my bride walk up the path to the ceremony and choked up with happiness. It was a very emotional and special moment.”Photos by Karen Buckle.
Dave and MelissaDave and I met when we were 16. We were best friends for several years until he moved back to New Zealand for a few years, but he never forgot me and after a while, decided he was going to come back to Australia and make me his wife – and he did!
When one plans a wedding, a fair amount of consideration is often poured into the events leading up to and after the wedding. With many pre and post wedding activity options surrounding a wedding (which lets face it, usually require minimal effort and planning on the brides part), how does one organise, plan and execute
Food, for me, is one of the best parts of a wedding and today’s inspiration shoot is a little different- the collaborative team of Karen Buckle Photography, Green & Bloom and Le Petite Meitte The Little Crumb created the scene of stunning garden party. Focusing on the food, the team created a homely style wedding
Robyn and CurtI can’t imagine ever getting sick of weddings – it’s a little like meeting a wonderful new couple and telling their story every single time. From the lavish, formal affairs, to heartfelt celebrations in the country. Each story has something different, something special and unique . Todays is as special as any –
Matt and RobertaMatt and I wanted our wedding to be a true reflection of our style as a couple, while also creating a fun, beautiful afternoon and evening for our guests, with less emphasis on ‘wedding tradition’ and more of our own ‘loves’ incorporated into the day. Our wedding style was rustic, pretty, whimsical, country,
We’re kicking off this Monday with an expert interview from a photographer I love- Karen Buckle is based in Queensland and takes the most beautiful light and bright images. There is a clean, dreaminess to her photography and she captures candids so elegantly! It’s a pleasure to have Karen join us today to share some
Roberta & MattA fun Queensland engagement shoot from Karen Buckle today- its Roberta of Green & Bloom Flowers and fiance Matt! Of course, being a florist, Roberta made her own bouquet for the shoot!What a sunny way to spend a Saturday- happy weekend! Photos by Karen Buckle.
Donna and GrantA beautifully simple and elegant Sunshine Coast wedding for you today! Lots of white with a splash of brilliant orange! I love the mist rolling in over the hills, something that seems to be appearing in a lot of Queensland weddings lately! Today’s newlyweds had no bridal party- it was just them, their