Autumn Style Shoot

A couple of weeks ago we had the pleasure of working on a creative shoot with some industry professionals. The shoot's original concept was "meringue" but it seemed to take on a slightly more rustic and raw finish in the end. The colour palette was, from the beginning, very warm and earthy. After seeing the location with the tall grasses, weeping willows and open fields with the mountain behind I wanted to incorporate that in the florals so I went on a late night misson to find some native australian grass plumes. The flowers we used were palest pink hyacinths, full blown latte, cream and peach roses, montbrethia pods, belladonna seed pods with dusty miller leaves and fine leaf gum. The little fabric rossetes to decorate the soap favours and as a brooch on the bouquet were all hand sewn using linens, muslin and silk dupion. A few mismatched vintage chairs, our french love seat, a tarnished silver goblet and our old fruit and tea boxes completed the look.

Our creative team:
Photography - Photography by Shayla now Images with Love
Gown - Brides by the Bay
Make up - Embellished Make up
Hair - Anna Felton
Model - Casey (my beautiful sister in fact!)
Jewellery - Lisa Daniels Designs
Stationary - Bespoke Letterpress
And Imbue Weddings for all the hire, styling and flowers.

Amazing Style Salon Wedding

I love the Style Salon. Rouba's work is out of this world lovely. This wedding is so raw and beautiful with really fresh detailing. I found this on my blog hunting today via Style Me Pretty and just had to share. Photographs by Tealily photography.

Autumn Bouquets

Autumn is a wonderful time for flowers. You might think it isn't as exciting as spring when we have an abundance of peonies, garden roses, lilacs and ranunculi. But I love it for the textural elements and the suprising amounts of bright colours to be had. You can be more adventurous and the modern wedding suits a really exciting and daring bouquet. All of the bouquets in this post can be made with flowers in their natural season or imports and hot house flowers.

(Image Credits: Bailie Photography, Brides Cafe, Palais Floral, Paul Hawkins Flowers, Botanical Brouhaha, Bride, Floral Verde.)

Winter Style Story - Provincial Parisian

Our Provincial Parisian Style Story is all about understated elegance. It's vintage class with a touch of rustic charm. In a colour palette of warm neutrals, white and black we created a table setting, a dessert table with a difference and had our beautiful "bridesmaid" dressed in soft, flowing silk chiffon and warm, luxurious fur (faux of course!). White stock and sweet pea flowers and dramtic white and black anemones completed the design.

Our Contributors:
Photography by Deep Grey
Styling and Flowers by Imbue Weddings
Hair by Carla Moore
Make up by Mia Connor
Model from Reeder Models
Dress by Ava Madison
Invitation Set by Bespoke Letterpress
Cake by Cake That!

On location at the gorgeous Kambeki House

Every piece you see in this style story is available for hire through Imbue Weddings. Contact us on for a hire catalogue.

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