A soft but deep rose colour reminiscent of damask, velvets and gentler times. Combine with off white, pearl grey and accents of charcoal – With shades of soft to mid pinks – With grey blues and magnolia – With chartreuse and olive green – With garnet red and charcoal grey – With champagne, pale antique
Creative Colour - Antique Rose
Robert and Leea Robert proposed on our 3 year anniversary in April 2013. I had suspected it was coming but was surprised all the same! We both wanted to get married in Autumn so we set a date for the following April. We knew that we wanted the day to be relaxed and informal so
Mikala and James There’s nothing quite like an Australian country wedding. Nothing quite beats the sun burnt grasses, the old weathered buildings and the rusty colours. Mikala and James chose a stunning winery for their wedding day – pitching in and creating much of the decor (like the arbor they married under) themselves! The pair
Edward and Emma Our journey began when we first met in 2006 while working together in a restaurant in Melbourne. We had an instant connection and things blossomed pretty quickly from there! We were engaged in New Zealand in 2010 and held our wedding on the 4th of May 2013 at Spicers Clovelly Estate in Montville
Sarah and Matt Daylesford is such a beautiful place for a weekend getaway – which makes it just as beautiful for a vintage inspired wedding like Sarah and Matt celebrated. We do love keeping it n the family at Polka Dot Bride (you can check out Matt’s brother’s Winter wedding over here) Captured by Louisa
Sarah & Barry Sarah and Barry held their beautiful wedding at Melbourne brewery Mountain Goat, captured by the ever lovely Lucy Spartalis, but not before a tea party and surviving a torrential downpour with friends! We seem to be the landing place for rainy day weddings- which to be honest I love because rain on your
Lauren and Michael Lauren and Michael’s Tasmanian farm wedding was planned from Germany, captured by KS Photography, Lauren admitted she desperately wanted to DIY the wedding elements, but distance meant she had to find trusted wedding professionals she could hand everything over too. Luckily Tasmania royally showed off- putting on a sunshine filled clear day
Elyshe and Brody Elyshe and Brody’s rustic barn wedding captured by Merge Photography is not only the love story of two souls, but also of restoring something old, taking it and making it come alive again- which is exactly what they did, not only with their venue but with every piece of decor. The jars, the
Luke and Bonnie I was living in Hong Kong and during a short visit back to Australia I met Luke, two worlds collided and we fell in love. We are a pretty happy-go-lucky couple and wanted our day to reflect this: we wanted guests to feel relaxed, almost like they were chilling out at home.
Scott and Jane With a keen love for detail and a passion for handmade, Scott and I envisaged our day to hold both of these elements. I had just returned home from studying in Italy when Scott proposed – the European design and vintage style I loved while overseas was all the inspiration I needed.
Tom and Amy Tom and I met in 2006 through mutual, family friends. We soon became inseparable and married on October 6th, 2012 at my Maid of Honour’s, childhood home, just outside of Rockhampton. The ceremony was held at her parent’s stables, Tarantella Lodge, followed by a beautiful reception on the property. I found my