Michelle and James were married at Chapel Hill Retreat, Berambing in the Blue Mountains. From the beginning Michelle expressed her love of Australian native flowers and their warm, earthy, autumnal tones. Michelle and James spent weekends exploring the local National Parks and spotting the various wildflowers, including one in particular - the sculptural candlestick Banksia. Their flowers were an eclectic selection of seasonal Autumn wildflowers in warm tones with pops of white Flannel Flower - one of Michelle's favourites!
Kari and Ed were married at Dunbar House in Watsons Bay. They celebrated their marriage on a sunny winter's day by the water with family and friends. Kari requested seasonal, wintery blooms in neutral, white, blush and burgundy. Her theme was elegant and classic, which was enhanced with the use of delicate trailing Pieris, and floating Jasmine vine.
Tash and Michael were married in Winter at Montbel Chapel. They celebrated their special day by having a small gathering of their nearest and dearest in Sydney, then on to a generous party and celebration with extended family and loved ones in Vietnam.
Being a talented florist herself, Tash's only request was that I chose the most beautiful flowers available on the day of her wedding - the best kind of request from a bride! Tash's flowers were made up with soft Wattle foliage, Bleeding Heart vines, Sahara roses, Sweet Avalanche roses, Blushing Brides, and winter white Ranunculus.
Dillon and Chris were married at the Review Chapel in Lane Cove. Dillon loved soft silvery foliage, pops of burgundy, and scented Jasmine. This wedding encompassed everything that is Spring! Anemones, Ranunculus, Jasmine, Buddleia, Peppercorns and soft Eucalyptus.
Damien Furey Photography