The olive tree branch symbolising the hope for peace in Israel, and the drought resilient wattle tree branch, representing the spirit of the Australian people, were the basis for the logo and design theme of last weekend’s stunning Byron Bay wedding at The Belongil. Incorporating both of these foliages amongst native table arrangements and hanging installations made for a very pretty & symbolic setting, as family & friends joined from both sides of the world to witness and celebrate this gorgeous union. The wedding day agenda included Pre ceremony refreshments [picnic-style] in the Old Jetty Park, followed by a late afternoon declaration of love & vows against the backdrop of Belongil Beach, culminating in a beautiful sit down dinner for all at The Belongil. Random facts, funny anecdotes, and a few challenges (including a surprise Vegemite sandwich!) personalised the day, and were perfect touches. We were so thrilled to see it all unfold and be as beautiful as we had imagined!
Emily & Chris were married in one of the little beach side garden areas in front of the Mantra on Salt Beach. Looking pretty as a picture, with a backdrop of lush greenery, the setting couldn’t have been more idyllic. It was an absolutely stinking hot day, which brought with it an unwanted wedding guest. Mr brown snake lingered for post ceremony drinks but was gone thankfully when it came time to pack down our gear!
Their reception was held in the stunning and beautifully air-conditioned Seasons Restaurant and looked oh so pretty!
What a pleasure it was to style Zoe & Chris’ wedding at Osteria recently. We are so lucky that we get to work with such beautiful couples that have a definite vision for their wedding day and love what is created for them.
We love working with the team at Osteria Weddings, and the talented crew at Elyssium Blooms & Elyssium Lighting who always do such an amazing job!
” If you are a bride-to-be looking for someone to create exactly what you want on your wedding day – you need Chloe. Chloe created exactly what I wanted from just a few pictures. Our reception at Osteria in Casuarina was romantic, classy and from what I heard from our male guests, is that the women walked into the reception area and all they could here was ‘OMG’, ‘WOW’, & ‘STUNNING’. That is exactly what I was aiming for as a bride. I wanted the WOW factor and Chloe created it. I can never thank you enough Chloe. You were my angel <3. “
Furniture & Props: @BLISSANDWILLOW | @theonedayhouse_rentals
Gold cutlery: @GOLDWEDDINGHIRE
Bow tie: @WOODANDBEAU
Bridesmaids: @TANJA_MEYER13 & @MODELALLYJ
Hair & Makeup: @THEBEAUTYLINEUP
Secret Garden Byron Bay | Styled Shoot
As featured on the White Magazine blog: https://whitemag.com/blog/byron-bay-mexican-fiesta/
“This inspiration shoot combined bold, vibrant colours with eclectic decor and fun quirky details of a Mexican Fiesta! The Mexican theme was a perfect mix of trend setting to inspire brides and an opportunity to push the boundaries and showcase the vendors’ collective skills and style. There were details to explore at every corner – from pineapples on the table, cabbage flower in the headpiece, hand painted invitations & leaf place cards, layers of lace in the gown, sugar coasted Margarita’s, to the Groom’s socks and the Bride’s adorned anklets! To top it off was a gorgeous neon light coming to life amongst the tropical palm tree oasis at The Secret Garden in Byron Bay.”
Photographer – @lady_bella_australia
Hair & Makeup – @lady_bella_australia
Video Team -@yellowbullweddings
Location – @secretgardenbyronbay
Florist – @flowersbylynda
Furniture & Decor -@theonedayhouse_rentals
Celebrant – @bc_celebrant
Dress – @jennifergifforddesigns
Mobile bar – @myvintagelane
Mobile barber – @luigiandsonsbarbershop_qcentre
Mens accessories – @woodandbeau
Stationary – @iampoppydesigns
Neon sign – @neonrepublic_
Bridal Jewels – @foreversoles
Models – @jaredfranzen @hayley.joan