The dried flowers gave a fresh (pun intended) twist to the more traditional bridal look.
The team from Ballet de Fleurs decorated the venue using a traditional flower (protea) they’ve always loved – just dried instead of fresh.
The bride dressed in a stunning A-line dress walked down the aisle with a unique bouquet (including a beautiful Dahlia straight from our own garden), while the groom and groomsmen were adorning themselves with darling dried boutonnieres
We love the colour stories that these table arrangements delivered. They are a soothing blend of neutrals with pops of colour.
Can we please stop and swoon over this main table hanging installation, the palm leaves and pampas grass made a stunning statement piece
We just love this new everlasting-neverlasting flower trend
Flowers & Décor: Ballet de Fleurs
Wedding cake: Carina Shepston
Make-up: Full circle image consulting
Hair: Structure hair
Wedding dress: Bridal Manor