When Melbourne photographer Zosia Fabijanska ordered a headpiece for a photo shoot the brief was simply “shades of white….. and a bit twiggy”
Perfect timing for viburnum’s short season of flowering, with freesia, spray roses, blushing bride and silver birch sprigs and catkins.
Finished artwork from the shoot is to be seen in the next edition of White magazine- we’ll keep you posted.
Although they held their wedding in a restaurant in Smith St Fitzroy , Victoria and Aaron opted for an informal country feel for the bouquet and buttonholes. Astilbe, andromeda and seaholly lend the peachy roses an unstructured rusticity.
On a wintery Melbourne Sunday Pauline and Daniel celebrated their wedding at beautiful French restaurant Aux Batifolles
Posies of freesia, sweet pea and white spray roses in tiny fishbowl vases graced the tables.
While large vases of Colombian roses, hydrangea, stocks, snapdragons and molucca balm with touches of sea holly
and andromeda found space amongst the gilt mirrors and copper pots.
A bouquet of phalaenopsis orchids is the height of elegance…
….. and the phalaenopsis boutonnière makes a very fine match!
These incredibly pretty and romantic bouquets were made by Helena for Autumn bride Chloe.
Cottage roses, bouvardia, sweet william, stocks, hyacinth and freesia provide a full spectrum of pinks.
The boys received the same bespoke attention…..every buttonhole is unique.