Audley Dance Hall Wedding
Holly and Liam married at Reid Flats for an Audley Dance Hall Wedding celebration.
Holly and her maids spent the morning getting ready at Reid's Cottage, such a gorgeous space overlooking the river. The path to the cottage was covered in gum leaves that last weeks wedding party had punched hearts in to make natural confetti, such a lovely sight to arrive to!
The cottage is perfectly positioned allowing Holly and her maids to walk from the cottage down a few steps to the ceremony by the river.
We created abundant florals in tones of blush, soft pinks, apricots, whites and burgandy.
After the ceremony by the river at Reid flats, just as the rain was starting to fall the celebration moved on to the Dance Hall for a long lunch,
An Audley Dance Hall wedding is always one of our favourites to create, so many ceremony options, the dance hall is a blank canvas and the staff there go above and beyond. There is also the added bonus of having backup options to fall back on if there is rain forecast for your day.
Florals by us Floral Fix
With Pop Up Elopements
Photographer - Bedford Photography
Celebrant - Amanda Knapton - A Celebration Day
Venue - Audley Dance Hall
Darook Park Wedding, Cronulla
Darook Park Wedding - Cronulla
It was a beautiful Spring day for Lisa and Peter’s Darook Park wedding, the sun was shining with a soft breeze blowing.
Setting up wedding flowers in this spot is one of my favourites. The stunning view across the bay never disappoints, today there were kookaburras laughing in the tress and pelicans floating out at sea all combining to create such a magical, relaxing setting.
Premium seasonal flowers with the additional of a phalenopsis orchid (Lisa’s favourite) in tones of blush, white, soft pink and burgundy were mixed with textural elements to create a bohemian style wedding bouquet which tied in with Lisa’s stunning wedding gown and the tones in her daughters flower girl dress.
Our new Copper wedding arbour was shining in the sun for this Darook Park wedding to which we added lush florals to tie in with the bouquet and was full of movement and texture, placed in front was one of Lisa’s favourite rugs from their home was placed in front of the arbour for them to stand on.
With restrictions still in place the ceremony was live streamed to those who couldn’t attend in person. A circle of love was created by sprinkling rose petals in tones of peach, yellow, orange, white, red and blush to represent each daughter who was unable to be there today.
The arch was left in place after the ceremony for the florals to be enjoyed with post ceremony drinks and a first wedding dance before Lisa and Peter took the florals with them for a relaxed wedding dinner at Queen Margheritas, Cronulla.
Congratulations Lisa and Peter it was a joy creating florals for you xx
Pop Up Elopements
A Celebration Day - Amanda Knapton Celebrant
Dragon Fly Productions
Yolande McGuiness - Head designer and Owner of Floral Fix