Amy and Carmello are lovers of the outdoors settings, of places nestled in overgrown foliages where romance is lit by ambient lights of dragon flies and glimmers of the moon. So we knew the overall design of their wedding styling would encapsulate this visual romance more than anything.
That was perfect because we love creating ambience using dim lighting, candles, sometimes chandeliers, that are set within foliages hanging high above the dance floor. It’s one of our signature looks that we’ve perfected over the years.
Achieving this overgrown jungle look is relatively simple when ample ceiling rigging and structures are available, so with a venue such as Doltone House Jones Bay Wharf, we are able to create these majestic jungle looks.
The ceiling installation is mostly made up of greenery lines consisting of artificial ivy, grape vines, and various assortments, and this acts structural lines, foliages and “filler” when we hang ceiling installations. Once hung up, layers of tear drop lights and florals are added to create the ambient component of this look.
As for the wedding flower centrepieces that were designed for Amy and Carmello; we kept visual consistency by continuing the colour palette of greens and whites, speckled with orange hues from candles and gold four post stands.
Elevating the flower centrepieces on gold four post stands filled the “mid axis” of the venue by bringing down the ceiling’s height, and the impact? Creating another aspect of intimacy to the Doltone House function room.
Captured by our inhouse team of photographers