It is no secret around these parts how much we go a little bananas for colour and today, we’ve got the most beautiful, colour-filled editorial that is going to tickle you pink. Sherbet tones, meets the 80’s, but modern, What could be better?
This one is the vision of wedding stylist Anna of Made To Match Events who assembled the talented dream team at beautiful Maleny venue The Old Dairy. Anna enlisting Jennifer Oliphant Photographer to capture the stunning details carefully curated to match her vision of “Modern Ethereal Romance” with “sherbet contemporary vibes”. The 80’s are back friends, but beautifully.
Says Anna “The inspiration behind the shoot began with an idea of a dreamy installation of floating fabric suspended from the venue’s beams.” The Orange Blossom coming to the party with floral arrangements of lilac, sweet and soft peach, and fairy floss pink. The play and focus on texture meant roses and orchids were just the beginning of the blooms chosen to bring it to life. “The beams screamed for something of this dynamic with additional statement florals & star pendants completing the look”.
Our model, Janetta Rose took on all the 80’s vibes, with a modern twist, thanks to a puff sleeve wedding gown designed by Marilyn Crystelle Bridal. Her natural hair styled by Sass and Niki to complement makeup by Erin Fedele Beauty and Make up. She wandered throughout the gorgeous garden setting, embracing the sunshine that practically added another hue of golden light to the colour palette.
Outside, a table, flanked with white chairs from The Hire Department, was set under strands and strands of glowing twinkle lights by Say It With Lights. Candles from Dine in Style and Southern Lights Candle Co adding a little glam to an otherwise minimal look, all the focus on the sherbet blooms, arranged at each end. It was as Anna noted “A breathtaking outdoor tablescape under a cloud of fairy lights.” September Creative creating modern stationery with arched detail to add a little something special.
We so often see blush used at weddings, we often see lilac and peach. But together? This editorial shows why unexpected colour palettes are often the most beautiful way to go.