Rustic opulence in an elegantly restored Linseed oil factory
Sophia and David’s wedding styling rings of romance, elegance and sheer opulence. Set in one of Sydney’s most sought-after wedding venues, the Grounds of Alexandria’s Linseed House, we wowed guests with a spectacular chandelier and floral display.
There are so many exquisite features we love about this venue, like floor to ceiling arch windows, high ceiling and exposed heritage brick walls. It’s stunning in the evening with light flooding through the space and the woody tones and textures giving it that rustic appeal. With so much space, we filled the room with luscious florals to create a feeling of intimacy for Sophia and David’s family and friends.
As soon as you walk in, you look up and see this gorgeous ceiling installation filled with luscious white and wispy florals delicately surrounding two golden glowing basket chandeliers. It is simply breathtaking.
The Linseed House in the Grounds of Alexandria, once a former linseed oil factory, has been thoughtfully and elegantly restored. With exposed heritage brick walls and beautiful art-deco inspired styling.
The bridal display is the most captivating of all as warm luminous light glimmers over the dancefloor. An elegant sculpture of French basket chandeliers at alternating heights adds some glamour to this art-deco space. Paired with gorgeous floral bursts of white and creamy roses suspended from the ceiling, fills the room with so much lightness and romance.
What we absolutely loved about styling Sophia and David’s wedding was playing with dimensions, with subtle bursts of florals and chandeliers here and there that come together exquisitely to create a stunning visual feast.
Captured by our inhouse team of photographers