5 Bloomin’ Beautiful Spring Garden Weddings At Iris Park Garden Weddings

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Iris Park Garden Weddings
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Image by Georgia Verrells

Nothing epitomises Spring more than a beautiful garden. And a garden wedding never goes out of style because basically, Mother Nature never goes out of style! Iris Park Garden Weddings venue is a tranquil 10-acre property of botanic beauty, situated towards the end of a country lane on the Mornington Peninsula. It is transformed in Spring with flowering plants that contribute a kaleidoscope of colour and fragrance to wedding ceremonies. Spring gardens typically provide plenty of colour and visual interest. However, if a floral theme is not your choice for a wedding, there are lush lawns, mature exotic trees, tracts of native bushland and an abundance of greenery at Iris Park.

Our advice to you, is go with your instinct and not with the trends. If your vision is for an outdoor ceremony in picturesque gardens and grounds, plan it that way. Define your wedding vision and work from there. If it fits with your wedding timing, we would recommend visiting Iris Park twelve months in advance so you can appreciate exactly what is in flower when your wedding will be the following year. Spring flowering plants can give inspiration to the bride for her colour palette for the day and at Iris Park you can find roses, camellias, impatiens, fuchsias, begonias, clivia, cyclamen, geraniums and cymbidium orchids. You might choose a flower crown to accent the new spring flowers in bloom or select bouquets that complement the garden setting.

The Iris Park property is also is home to mass plantings of a variety of irises, most of which flower in Spring and early Summer. The Iris takes its name from the Greek word for a rainbow and it’s believed that the name refers to the wide variety of flower colours found among the many species.

Here are 5 of our favourite stunning spring time weddings with the gardens of Iris Park to Inspire you. Enjoy!

The Forecast Wedding

Image by Amanda Kilbourn Photography

Jasmine was the perfect Spring bride with her flower crown and the delicate blues of her bridesmaid’s’ gowns and toning shirts of Brett’s groomsmen providing a perfect foil for the greenery and pink roses at the ceremony site.

Image by Amanda Kilbourn Photography

The Hobson Wedding

Image by Georgia Verrells

The amazing luxe Boho (with a touch of Morocco) wedding of Kellie and Tim had it all: tipi made by husband Tim, peacock chairs, dream catchers, stunning florals and all beautifully complemented by the sense of peace experienced at our venue.

Image by Georgia Verrells

The Kenter Wedding

Image by Fotogenica

The relaxed wedding ceremony of Felicity and Dylan was located under an arch of yellow and pink roses, with Felicity arriving at the ceremony site via a natural entrance formed by two majestic gum trees.

Image by Fotogenica

The Maka Wedding

Image by Jack Foley

Not only was it the marrying of two hearts, but the marrying of two cultures when Teagan and Sione became husband and wife. Sione wore traditional Tonga wedding dress and the family decorated the ceremony site according to Tongan custom.

Image by Jack Foley

The Peters Wedding

Image by Sean Callinan from A Touch of Flash Photography

The October wedding of high-school sweethearts Rachelle and Jared capitalised on the profusion of Spring flowers adorning the venue. The pretty Iris-toned gowns of Rachelle’s bridesmaids reflected the colours of the Irises in bloom in the gardens.

Images by Sean Callinan from A Touch of Flash Photography



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