Pagan leis were created for a wedding ceremony held in the Victorian bush.
Steel blue sea holly, scarlet kangaroo paw, leather fern, tetragona and berzillia were wired together using traditional techniques.
Vine and rope were woven and knotted alongside, with a hook fashioned from wire and a loop of rope for fastening.
The throwaway tradition is often the most telling of wedding activities-
this time round it was expected to resemble more of a rugby scrum!