"Minimal styling within a modern setting is so sought after at the moment, and tody’s editorial brings to life pared-back beauty and effortless style in a way that celebrates not just the beauty of a season, but the magic of the transition, of old becoming new, of green becoming brown and all the in-between."
"When we first met with The Small Things Co about managing and styling our day, our brief was luxe, bold and structured. We think the brief was more than met!"
”I took an inspiration image of a trailing bouquet to our florist and entrusted them to source and use the most seasonally appropriate flowers to achieve the look, including olive leaves, jasmine, roses and hydrangeas. For the bridesmaids bouquets we incorporated some lavender hydrangeas and sea holly to compliment the colour of the groomsmen’s shirts.”
"Rainy days and sunshine filled rays, Mel and Matt had and embraced both at their wedding at the beautiful winery setting of Lindenderry At Red Hill. A ceremony under umbrellas which turned out to actually give their outdoor ceremony the most romantic of vibes."
"A cold winter day was just what Jennfier and Phuong wanted for their wedding day. The moody weather setting the scene for a sparkling winter wedding that made the most of the city setting. “We wanted a classic colour scheme and theme; can’t get more classic than black, white and green with a few metallic and marble accents,”
"Melbourne warehouse venue, The Line turned out to be just what Melissa and Chris were looking for their day, the pair explaining “We used The Line, Footscray, for both the ceremony and reception. We fell in love with it on first viewing and couldn’t recommend it highly enough for couples looking for warehouse-style. Furthermore, Footscray is where we’ve built our life, so it felt perfect having a venue only a 25-minute walk from home."
"When considering the style for your wedding, the tablescape is often the first place to start. Choosing your table centres, whether it be a beautiful floral arrangement in a signature colour or that perfectly toned candle carrying over to the place settings, glassware and napery to perfectly marry your look together. There really are no rules when it comes to building your table look. Natural textures, organic weaves and bold metals can all be used. The important part is to ensure your table look is softened with floral and napery, as often it can feel too stiff or cold if these elements are not thought out."