Think of luxury, then take it a step further. Vanessa and David’s vision for their wedding day was basically a combination of all our favourite wedding styling features – tassels, chandeliers, fresh flowers, trees, candelabras – all in white with subtle green foliages and shrubbery. We loved bringing together all these elements and creating different textures throughout Doltone House Jones Bay Wharf.
This theme allowed us to get super creative with the table layouts at the venue and mix up the arrangement of long, oval and round tables around design features like the tree installations. It’d be so beautiful for guests to sit beneath the hanging crystal ball tea lights – absolutely magical!
Speaking of magic, this ceiling installation is everything we could possibly dream. A gorgeous combination of hanging white stock flowers, gorgeous white tassels, green foliage and exquisite low hanging crystal chandeliers that are so beautifully luminous. Low hanging ceiling installations help to create intimacy in large open spaces like these.
White wedding designs work so perfectly well at Doltone House because of its chic black interior, creating great contrasts. We love how gorgeous the white fresh flower centrepieces look against the black backdrop. Did you know we even hand peel open the roses to make them look blossoming? (Check out our little helpers, we promise it’s not child labour…) The stock flowers look stunning popping out of the bouquet.
Stock flowers are a big feature of this wedding decoration, especially above the bridal table as a low hanging backdrop with cute little crystal chandeliers. They are such a dynamic flower – we can weave them into bouquets or even on their own like this to create textured and messy layers.
With so many different wedding designs combined, the risk is the different elements would clash. The trick here was keeping to a simple colour palette and just great execution. We really applaud our team for pulling this all off!
Captured by our inhouse team of photographers