Recently I had the pleasure of playing with some of my favourite Wedding industry creatives for a feature campaign in Qld Wedding and bride magazine set at Braeside Chapel.
Specs were – Pink, bring pink flowers and green.
These are mind kinda specs, giving me the freedom to do what I do best “Make the flowers pretty!”
My only guideline was I had to make them pretty in all the little nooks and crannies that the others in the team gave me.
Ahhhh well this is easy. Who couldn’t make a stunning fresh floral creation to fit into a beautiful little vintage caravan filled with crystal glasses and champagne. Oh and then there was the challenge of adorning a beautiful macramé table scape, adorned with gold accessories. And you wouldn’t believe it?!! They even gave me the sweetest little seated arbor and said – “Julia take your flowers and make something magical” challenge accepted and knocked out of the park!
Oh and to make it even harder they threw in a few gorgeous models, some divine wedding dresses and yes you guessed it another vintage van! This little van was for the make up artist. I could see my day was going to be looong and dreary- said no one ever faced with this challenge!
We designed a few scenarios, little settings to inspire brides to be, I like to call them
1.Classic, Wild and something like a fairytale
2.Glitz, Glam with a whole lotta color and a little bit of fun
Not quite sure what the magazine or the other vendors call them, but lets you and me roll with these titles.
Enough rambling on…..lets see those images.
Location: Braeside Chapel
Styling + Props: A little Bliss Events
Vintage Van: Tinker travelling Events
Make up + Hair: Lawdy Miss Claudy
Photos: Sophie Baker Photography
Created for: Qld Wedding And Bride
Models: Katee Smallshaw and Tanja Meyer
Cake: Contemporary cakes
Gowns: Casar Elegance Dresses