We love a natural colour palette and Amy and Rob’s was one of the best – with white, cream, gold, toffee rust and sand. These two lovebirds got married at a private venue in Te Puna and their brief was clean, modern and luxurious, with warm tones and garden-picked elements.
We created all the florals for this event, from huge, beautiful, foliage-free bouquets of roses to flower crowns to the reception itself – which included hanging floral spheres and an epic archway (have we told you how much we love a good archway?). Shaye made seven flower crowns for the bridal party, which were full of preserved florals in tones of coral, rust, green and cream.
In the gorgeous clear reception tent, we created hanging spheres with dried elements of magnolia and palm, as well as fresh hydrangea, apricot chrysanthemums and peach roses. Every element was chosen to complement the marble and gold furniture and tableware from Twelve Tables. We also created an archway using Twelve Tables contemporary style mesh steel frame, which we then covered with white hydrangea, dried palm and peach roses.
Amy and Rob’s wedding had a lovely mix of fresh and preserved florals, which gave them great texture and depth. Using preserved florals not only gives lovely, muted earthy tones, but also means you get beautiful keepsakes from your day – a great sustainable option. However, please note, if you’d like this option, please let us know as soon as possible, so we have a chance to dry as many of your florals as possible ourselves.
See our Instagram post of Amy + Robs archway here!