A rosy orange metallic found in copper coins, copper pots and copper cookware. Combine with warmer whites and – dull teal and taupe – duck egg blue, pale grey – apricot, rust and chocolate brown – peach pink, milk chocolate – deep yellow cream (like really old vintage lace) and milk chocolate – teal green,
Creative Colour - Copper
Amanda & Adam Winter is my favourite time of year and when a beautiful Tasmanian Winter wedding like Amanda and Adam’s comes along I know we’re in for a treat. Amanda and Adam chose Mavis Jean Photography to capture their Winter wedding day. Amanda recalls the story of how they met. “Adam and I became
Milly, Willo & son, Archie When I started to think about our wedding, I really had no idea about what style of dress to look for. Styles I’d liked online and in magazines didn’t suit when I finally tried them on, but I finally found ‘the one’ in Melbourne. My twin sister, our bestie from
Terri & Bryan There is a lot to love about a wedding like Terri and Bryan’s Perth city farm wedding. the photos, of course, are stunning but then there is their approach to the day. The way that they planned their schedule to suit the feeling they wanted to create – something relaxed, informal and
I love copper and I love the country so I’m delighted to be able to share this gorgeous inspiration shoot of copper country wedding ideas. With a love of natural country wedding and beautiful romantic details our team took to a beautiful country homestead with rolling green hills, rustic, worn barns and plenty of rural
Emma & Matt With a British background, Emma and Matt wanted to show off the beauty of country Australia to their wedding guests. Their Dunkeld country wedding was the most beautiful way to invite their loved ones not only into their own private love story, but also their love story with the incredible country side.
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
Continued from A Homemade Australian Bush Wedding – Part One Brad and Mechelle We wanted our Dingo ‘Allira’ to also feature in our wedding, as she is the first family dog we have owned together. So with some trepidation we tied our rings to a handmade (by Brad) lace collar that she wore for 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.
Simon and Stephanie Simon and I were together for exactly 6 years and 6 months when we got married. We met on September 2nd 2006 and our wedding was on 2nd March, 2013. We met when I was working at the Woolshed on Hindley in Adelaide, Simon was the farm boy who picked me up
Paul and Charmaine I am a Singaporean born Chinese that grew up in Perth and moved to Melbourne for Uni. Paul is a half Aussie, half Tongan who has lived his life in Melbourne. We met through one of his older sisters and my good friend, Tu’uhevaha. Tu’uhevaha was so sure that we would hit