We are big fans of romance around these parts so when an editorial drops on our desk that isn’t necessarily about the latest trends, or the of the moment “must-haves”, but rather, speaks of romance, speaks of timeless beauty, of understated elegance, well, we’re more than likely going to fawn over it quite readily.

Today’s editorial, set on beautiful Mount Tamborine at the stunning mountaintop venue of Hampton Estate Wines, is just that. Inspired by using plenty of small elements to make a big impact, today’s dream team created a look that was soft, romantic, and beautifully suited to the surrounding landscape.

With Emma Jade behind the camera, the editorial was the vision of stylist and floral designer Magnolia Studios who created a series of setups, speaking to a spring, garden party style. The ceremony, overlooking the mountain views, featured a circular arbour adorned with simple white gypsophila, the celebration moving to a tablescape set in the garden. White linens and chairs, alongside pink napkins, golden stem bases and natural stone slabs, set off with glittering coloured candles from Southern Lights Candle Co. Paper pieces designed by Little Green Leaf, jewels from My Jewellery Shop and a ribbon, and a velvet ring box from The Whole Bride some of the curated elements the team brought together for maximum, romantic impact.

Atop a singular pillar, and dressed, again with the simplicity of white gypsophila, stands a cake in the spotlight, a two-tiered beauty by Berry and Maple that played off the soft, romantic setting.  Model Polina Ziuzina, dressed in a fitted, textured lace gown from Helena Couture Designs. Her hair is swept into a chic up-do by Aurum Bride, a bouquet of Gypsophila and pink roses marrying the sense of old meets new romantic.

There is a reason romantic details like these are always ones so many of you return to; let the beauty envelope you today as you scroll through every beautiful detail.