The Flowers Issue is fit for flower filled wedding editorials, and gardens. They quickly become the best friend of floral abundant inspiration. But how does one use flowers and gardens to create a modern, minimal look? Get inspired, because we’ve got all the ideas in today’s beautiful editorial!
Today’s editorial, captured beautifully by Karen Liu Photography, was all about bringing modern, minimal wedding design to a beautiful country venue. The setting of Glenleigh Estate the perfect fit to bring this one to life.
With Fable Studio Co planning and styling the look, and not one but three florists (Derek Law, Floral Story Design and Florist Clare) bringing the floral details to life, this was all about honouring the beauty, the colour and the detail of the landscape, and instead of drawing attention from its beauty, keeping it simple. Garlands and garlands of gypsophila, suspended in mid air, as long wearable blooms, interspersed with glass details, and completing the modern beauty of a cake by Bonlife Cake and Sweet.
Says Karen “Sydney’s autumn is a gift, brings colours, textures, and complex layers to the garden. It is perfect on its own, we don’t want to make it busier on visuals, then we decided to create the modern simplistic look of the floral setup. The challenge minimising the type of flower for this shoot, in order to reduce the noise and maximise the visual effect and make the inspirational shoot “do-able”. Baby’s breath is away from the complexity but can create the volume and the dreamy and modern look we want to achieve.”
Model Jemima Votier wore a her billowing gown of silk tulle (with perfect polka dot sleeves) from Caroline Couture, her hair and makeup styled by Gemma Nichols Hair & Makeup into a sleek low style with dark smokey eyes as a modern contrast.
The final vendor to applaud before we dive into the beautiful imagery? Our cinematographer Jayems Film who captured the day in motion.