As much as I love vintage styled weddings I have been excited to see some new trends emerging over the past year. One of these is geometrics – a great way to add a clean, modern look to your wedding and perfect for industrial venues such as a warehouse or modern venues such as a gallery or winery.
We’ve added lots of geometric décor items to our hire collection recently including concrete votives, white ceramic hurricanes, copper and glass lanterns, ceramic shapes, black glass votives, photo frames and rugs. So if it’s a geometric wedding you are after, you have come to the right place!
Here are some examples of how you can incorporate geometric elements into your styling.
Image credits left to right: Keeper Creative; Orange Owl Photography; Sweet Root Village; Angel He; Amber Vickery; Kate Ignatowski for Bella Figura; Design Atelier Article via Etsy; Jenavieve Belair; Sunny 16; Melissa Biador; Jason Hales.
Well, March is pretty much over and I am happy to report that we survived! (Only just!) We still have a few more weddings and other things planned for April before we head off on a little break overseas which we’re definitely looking forward to.
I know that the blog has been a bit quiet lately and I’m hoping to rectify that now that the busiest month of our wedding season is over and share with you some of the amazing weddings we’ve been so lucky to work on over the past wedding season. We also have some new team members to introduce you to who have really been stepping up and keeping me sane over the past few months!
For now, here is a snap I took at a wedding we styled this past weekend at Donnelly River Village. We used hay bales for seating and the kangaroos clearly enjoyed snacking on them – luckily they waited until after the ceremony!
Locally produced magazine, Tickle the Imagination, is always full of beautiful images, lots of party and crafting ideas and information about talented local vendors.
This month we are so honoured to have the “Eco Elegance” shoot we styled last year at Raw Kitchen in Fremantle featured in the magazine. This was a collaboration with some of our favourite people including iZO Photography, Pretty Willow, IVY, Olive Farm Designs, The Articulate, Tux & Tutu, Theodorus Makeup, Hera Studio, Patricia Fernandes and Cherry Pies Cakes.
Also featured in this edition is an article with our top tips for taking an idea and transforming it into a beautiful event!
You can order a copy online here (either a digital or print copy), or find it at Angove Street Collective, Mr Sparrow Shop or a variety of other Australia-wide stockists listed here.
Here’s a little preview of the Eco Elegance shoot – we’ll share more soon!
Image by iZO Photography