We used wild, textured grey-green wattle foliage with olive branches and draping andromeda, alongside light to bright pink flowers, such as chrysanthemums, stock and scabiosa, plus the occasional pop of blue sea holly to complement dusky-pink bridesmaid dresses.
A last minute wet-weather plan changed the ceremony from being outside in the Royal Botanic Gardens to inside the Transit room at the Old Observatory, so we brought the outdoors inside by covering an arch with similar wild flowers and foliage.
For the reception, we created large wild foliage and flower arrangements to sit atop gold flower stands and decorated underneath with little glass vessels of bright flowers in a similar style.
"Thanks so much for providing the most amazing service and flowers for our wedding. You were so easy to deal with and professional every step of the way. When you walked into my house on our
wedding day I was totally overblown with what you had created, so much better than anything I could have dreamed of. Thank you for everything!"
Charlotte and Simon xxx
Couple: Charlotte & Simon
Photographer: Guy Evans
Florist: Good Grace & Humour
Ceremony: Transit room, RBG
Reception: Jardin Tan, Melbourne
Bride's gown: Amaline Vitale
Copper arch: Good Day Rentals
Gold flower stands: Table Top Towers