From soft pink peach dahlias, classic silver tableware and romantic gowns, there is a lot to love about today’s beautiful editorial of classic garden wedding inspiration.Under the vision of stylist Sandra Chau Design, who enlisted the help of Sheri McMahon Photography to make sure every detail was captured, today’s dream team set up camp at the
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Spring takes all forms, it doesn’t have to be easter egg pastels, in fact, it doesn’t have to be pastels at all. It can be deep, moody antique rose tones, it can be beautiful peaches, soft pinks and marsala’s. This take on spring, on floral abundance, is exactly what the team behind today’s utterly romantic,
Clare & BenCountry weddings will always have my heart, because not only is there good old fashioned country hospitality at hand, but there is something a little magical about saying your vows amongst the peppercorn trees. Clare and Ben did exactly that – choosing to marry at the bride’s family farm, the most stunning backdrop
If there is a colour that in my humble opinion has been much under-loved over the years, it is indeed emerald green. The beautiful rich jewel tone seems to work with the pales of colours, like blush and pale mints, to bold fuschias, raisins and sapphires and most definitely knows how to hold its own.
Kelly & DamianThe country backdrop of a winery wedding is all kinds of beautiful rustic charm and today’s romantic winery wedding with marsala details, captured on film by Sheri McMahon Photography, with its deep wine tones has a stunning elegance.Having met at work, they chose a local vineyard for their big day. Kelly remarking “Damian and I