Velvet Yellow

A soft yellow reminiscent of spring days, tea parties and elegance. Combine with touches of Tiffany blue and sand and white. With soft tans, old gold and metallic brass finishes. With soft ‘old rose’ pink and white. With light smoke blue and rose pink. With soft lilac, and mist grey in leaves, soft green. With pale apricot and, celadon green and mist grey. With varying shades of darker to mid yellow, and white. Jonquils, white pansies, gardenias, daisies, frangipani, lilacs, pussy willow branches, dodder vine, orchids. Vintage floral or plain coloured crockery, old silverware holding lots of white, apricot and creamy yellow roses spiked with soft grey and spring green foliage, grouped fat white candles, silver candelabra, velvet yellow table linen with apricot napkins, fastened with a celadon green silk tassel, soft green glassware. Groups of old glass bottles, some filled with flowers and leaves, some filled with vintage yellow and white buttons, some left empty, as centrepieces, white crockery, yellow and white candles, yellow silk table runners edged in crystal beading, embroidered organza overlays in a soft yellow. Read more...
After tying the knot “officially” in a Perth registry office wedding, and a COVID elopement, earlier in the year, Ashlee […]
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We love elopements and today’s one, set on a 7000-acre wildlife reserve in Wolgan Valley, is oh-so romantic. Anna and […]
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In keeping with our Minimalist Issue, we’re so happy to share with you Kate & John’s classic & minimalistic elopement […]
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After postponing their wedding once, there was no doubt that by the time Annaye and Doug got to tie the […]
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Rounding out our Polka Dot Wisdom content for our Yellow Issue is this stunningly photographed shoot by Kirsty of Rose […]
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If your heart hasn’t been filled with sunshine by this point of The Yellow Issue, then perhaps, today’s editorial might […]
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