Ethereal Naturalis Wedding Inspiration

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The raw beauty of this ethereal naturalis wedding inspiration shoot captured our minds this week. When so much screams for our attention, the subtle, quiet beauty of this shoot provided a much-needed respite.

With Partaya Event Management at the helm, planning the shoot with styling by Gather & Hunt the team worked from a brief described as “A love of natural beauty and the ethereal. We aim to inspire the thoughtful, discerning, contemporary bride seeking a modern yet feminine and romantic edge to their wedding day.”

At beautiful The Flour Factory, Christine Lim Photography captured the beautiful shots of the setup, the team designing a tablescape of white, blush pink, burgundy and glimmer gold. Florist Signature Floral Design using the base colours, complementing them with green-grey foliage. The setting – a white washed table, custom made by Hire In Style, was paired with furniture and pieces from Bride + Groom and The Vintage Table. Fresh figs, and golden painted pears with gold cutlery, gave the table a sense of warmth and life – sitting beneath sparkling exposed lights by 88 Electrics

A suspended installation, a beautiful ceremony inspiration, was inspired by a desire to create something light and otherworldly. Model Sophie Park made over by Maree Louise Hair and Body and Makeup By Meg and Em wore an elegant Rue de Seine gown from Through The White Door.

Extra touches of a pressed metal bar, with overhanging lights from  88 Electrics and a delicate cotton parchment stationery suite with watercolour detail by The Admin Girl. The tiered cake of Cointreau infused dark chocolate mud with layers of orange and chocolate ganache. created by Verlena Cakes was handpainted with blush pink flowers and gilded details to take centre stage.

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