FLOWERS AND STYLING
Trinity and Scott
images by and Folklore & Co.
When I first met with Trinity to talk about her and Scotts wedding, she unstuffed her stunning rose gold sequined dress from a plastic bag. It was a perfect metaphor for Trinity's quirky, high-end meets down-to-earth basics attitude to style. Soon there were pictures forwarded of plum coloured shoes and a whacky colour scheme. This was never going to be a traditional wedding. I was so in. Initial ideas of a greenery-centric bouquet gave way to a collection of springs finest blooms with delicate creeping tendrils of sweet pea cascading from a cluster of lilac, Icelandic poppies, hellebores, ranunculus and double tulips. In the venue we used more of the same with branches of blossom and tea tree to transform the local surf club with the low-key, eclectic lounge room vibe with enough pretty to make it a celebration but absolutely no fluffy wedding stuff.
"I don't even know where to start! A massive thank you for just getting it, for your willingness to be quirky and for making our day. Knowing I could just relax, arrive at the Surf Club and be blown away made the day so enjoyable from start to finish....." Trinity Ladmore
PHOTOGRAPHY Double Exposure Photography
VENUE Broulee Surf Club
DRESS Badgley Mischka
CAKE Bodalla Bakery
FOLKLORE & CO.
Bouquet, boutonnière, hairpiece
Setup and styling