Romantic 'Rustic Luxe' Wedding Inspiration at Historic Rivermill in the Gold Coast Hinterland, Australia

It was a real privilege to be part of a wonderful team, led by lovely Marisha from Magnolia Studios, that created a simply stunning wedding styled shoot at the Historic Rivermill, Gold Coast Hinterland. More about the concept and team below but first: a huge thank you to Marisha for warmly welcoming us onto the team. Your perfect styling (highly recommended by us!) made our role incredibly easy. Secondly, it was such a delight to work with all the team members; everyone proved indispensable. Finally, we must say: it really is the little things that count. Thank you, Marisha, for providing turtle food for our little one to keep her occupied while I (Em) was busy shooting. Our little Chloe still talks about that lovely experience! :)

Marisha was responsible for the concept, planning & styling for this shoot. In her own words, she details the concept:

"The stunning and rustic setting of the Historic Rivermill at Mt Nathan provided the inspiration for our shoot. Such a stunning location with endless photo opportunities, natural beauty and history. I really wanted to complement and feature those natural rustic elements while creating a very relaxed and real vibe for the shoot.

The romantic 'rustic luxe' style was specifically chosen for the barn location, taking inspiration from the historical elements of the building and translating that into modern wedding styling. The authentic features of the 100 year old barn, a part of the original Rivermill operation, and the depth of lighting created a dramatic setting for the reception styling, featuring a mixture of ivory, lush greens and rich dark hues of plum and huckleberry.

The gorgeous flowing river and jetty provided a breathtaking backdrop for 'couple' and ceremony shots, as did the extensive grounds with the Mt. Tamborine hinterland beyond. No styling necessary there!

The upper lawn provided a great location for some fun relaxing shots of our gorgeous real-life couple, complete with drinks cart for champagne and whiskey and, of course, the stunning ruffled cake."

In terms of the team itself, Marisha stated:

“Working together with our team of fabulous wedding professionals was fantastic. Emily, from Poppy and Sage Photography, was amazing, providing unwavering support from the start and followed up with these stunning images. Leesha, from Little Green Leaf, absolutely nailed the concept and colour palette with her gorgeous stationary design, as did Imogen from Wild Lotus XXX with her simply stunning bouquet and feature florals.

The perfectly fitted figure-hugging dress for our bride by Holly Rose Couture was complemented by a fabulous suit from Urbbana for our groom. The gorgeous anemone flowers featured in the bouquet looked perfect sitting on the eclectic furniture provided by Brisbane Furniture. And what can I say about that amazing cake by Diana at The Sweet Society Co.

The team present on the day of the shoot created such a fun, relaxed and collaborative atmosphere for the entire shoot. Sarah, from Perfectly Beautiful Makeup, created Jess's flawless makeup and hair styling in amongst the hustle and bustle of the setup and styling of the barn, while Peter from Visual Reality was everywhere capturing every moment for our video. His fantastic rapport with our lovely model couple, Jess and Ben, helped them to relax on camera and enjoy the day with lots of laughs for the whole team throughout the afternoon.”

P.S. Finally, we want to make special mention of Peter from Visual Reality. Peter was a gentleman to work alongside and exhibited a very respectful videographer/photographer collaborative attitude to the shoot. As photographers who work alongside a spectrum of videographers (pretty sure a lot of them would have stories about photographers, too!), we can highly recommend both Peter and his professional work.

Concept, planning & (beautiful) styling: @magnolia.studios
Venue: @historicrivermill
Photographer: @poppyandsagephotography
Videographer: @visualrealityproductions
Florist: @flowersby_wildlotusflorist
Cake Designer: @thesweetsocietyco
Hair & Makeup: @perfectlybeautifulmakeup
Bridal Designer: @hollyrosecouture
Suits: @urbbana
Stationary & Signage: @littlegreenleaf_aus
Furniture: @brisbanefurniture
Models: @jessicalala & Ben 💕

Engagement :: J+S <3

John & Suzie - we cannot wait for their beautiful wedding next year! Both of them are committed to their family and, in fact, all of their shot requests featured family members/family moments important to both John & Suzie. Em took their engagement shots - in effect, another excuse to hang out with this lovely family (they shared how they go out regularly and do things as a family but then end up forgetting to capture the moment as they are so involved in making memories; so refreshing to see!). The shoot took place on a rainy afternoon but everyone made the best of it and made capturing the love between these two just delightful. John & Suzie, we hope all your planning goes smoothly and seamlessly. <3

Meet Kailyn :: Summit + Co (United States)

We kicked off a new series in January featuring traveling photographers from around the world (most recent feature here; to date, the list includes Italy, Canada, United States, Vanuatu and Australia). We make no secret of the fact that we love travel. We love learning about other cultures. We love contributing to a smaller, more interactive space. With this in mind, we are going to be sharing local stories by local photographers from around the world throughout our posts this year.

This month takes you to North Carolina (with a couple of extra places included - just for good measure)! Lovely Kailyn has some fabulous local recommendations for ice cream & coffee and some thoughful musings from her international travels. It has been a pleasure to get to know her through the dialogue that is inevitable when coordinating these features. Kailyn, would love to take you up on your invitation to reach out if we find ourselves in your beautiful neighbourhood. Thank you for joining in and for sharing stories from your part of the world (and world travels) with us! Enjoy!

 

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South Carolina (Image by Summit + Co)

Hey there! My name is Kailyn. I am a creative who thrives on adventure. I seek out emotion and the ever-present hum of humans experiencing this amazing life journey. Thank you so much for giving me a bit of your day to read about one of my favorite things - TRAVEL!

For the last few years, I have been hanging out in Charlotte, North Carolina. My fiancé and I are a photography + videography team specializing in birth, love, and life in between. We have a pup that is part-coyote (don’t tell anyone) and a cat who is 100% attitude. 

If I am being really honest, I am a mountain girl. I moved here from Colorado, and that is home to me. We will be back home before long, but for now Charlotte is so good to us. One thing I love about this city is that it is so entrepreneur-driven. Everywhere you look, someone owns a business, which means there is someone you can learn from. This community is so supportive—definitely community over competition—and we love to lift up our small and local businesses.

Camp North End - Charlotte, North Carolina (GIF by Summit + Co)

I have traveled quite a bit, but the United States has always been my home base. One thing that amazes me is how diverse this country is. You can get a COMPLETELY different experience based on where you go and who you interact with. I love the outdoors, so if you make it to the states, I definitely recommend the Rockies. Colorado’s back-country has soooo much to offer and is plastered with beauty. If you’re on the west coast, Yosemite National Park and Sequoia National Park are my two favorite NPs. Yosemite was the only time that I have ever entered a national park and was immediately speechless. The rock faces are old with wisdom. Regal and breathtaking, yet unforgiving. They are something everyone should experience.

Canyonlands National Park, Utah (Image by Summit + Co)

Colorado Springs, Colorado (Image by Summit + Co)

Asheville, North Carolina (Image by Summit + Co)

Boulder, Colorado (Image by Summit + Co)

Boulder, Colorado (GIF by Summit + Co)

If we’re talking world-wide, one of my favorite recent trips would have to be to Australia. I was blessed with the incredible experience to photograph a wedding at the Whitsunday Islands, and it was AMAZING. There are plenty of reasons to go to Australia—the friendly people, the free city tours that dive into incredible history, getting punched by a kangaroo or eaten by a spider in one bite—but what I loved was the coral reefs. We got the opportunity to snorkel in The Great Barrier Reef, and the colors were spectacular. The most vibrant, neon colors occur naturally in the coral and the fish. That said, the reefs are dying due to a whole slew of man-made causes. I think if more of us take time to really appreciate this beauty, we will put more energy into protecting it. Whether it is in your own back yard or all the way across the globe, we can help nature and we can help each other, so don’t be afraid to do just that—help.

Whitsunday Islands, Australia (GIF by Summit + Co)

Whitsunday Islands, Australia (Image by Summit + Co)

Whitsunday Islands, Australia (Image by Summit + Co)

If you ever find yourself in the states and we happen to be in the same area code, I would love to meet and hear about your journey! You can also follow along with our adventures (we will be in Ireland soon!) at www.instagram.com/the.girl.and.her.dog or www.summitandcophoto.com/blog. In the meantime, if you make it to CLT, here are a few great local pit stops: 

Everyone loves coffee, right? Actually not me. I don’t drink coffee at all, but I know my fellow travelers do! If you are ever in The Queen City (Charlotte, that is), we have a handful of coffee shops called Not Just Coffee. I can’t speak for the taste or quality of the coffee because, well, I don’t drink it… but every one of these shops is so Instagram-worthy. From a photographer’s standpoint, the lighting is awesome and the energy in the shops is so chill. If anything, stop in for a photo.

We also have the MOST AMAZING ICE CREAM. Listen, I don’t like ice cream. I know, I know: it’s amazing that you’re still listening to me. However, we have a few shops called Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams and, let me tell you, they know what they are doing! They have super fun flavors like wildberry lavender and sweet cream biscuits with peach jam. They also have options for my fellow vegans, like dairy-free Texas sheet cake. Our CLT locations have great murals right by the shop. Get a scoop, snap a pic.

Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams – Charlotte, North Carolina (GIF by Summit + Co)

I hope that you get to travel. I hope that you get to experience culture. I hope that you get a chance to embody a new perspective, and understand life from the eyes of another. More than that, I hope you get the opportunity (and take the opportunity) to help another person—to lift them up. I’ll close it with my girl Mother Teresa, “Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one come to you without leaving better or happier”. 

Hang loose,

Summit + Co.

Crested Butte, Colorado (GIF by Summit + Co)

Wilmington, North Carolina (Image by Summit + Co)

Canyonlands National Park, Utah (Image by Summit + Co)

Crested Butte, Colorado (Image by Summit + Co)

 

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Travel Diaries :: Fiji

Both of us are passionate about travel and exploring our world. (We regularly feature photographers from around the world and share their stories here.) We hope to pass this love of ours onto our little one, Chloe. Our travel adventures are never far from our memories - especially now that we are in the parent bunkers and going overseas is pretty much a day trip to Bribie Island!

I (Em) recently realised that it is 10 years this month since my first overseas adventure - all the way to Fiji. :) It was a wonderful experience made especially wonderful by the beautiful people who live there. I went off-the-beaten track (as much as you can on an island; Viti Levu, to be specific!) and immersed myself in the culture. I chose 35 images from my Fijian album to share. As these images are 10 years old, they are obviously not representative of our current work. I was torn about this and considered editing them to bring them up to date somewhat but decided to embrace the journey that photography has taken me on - flaws and all.

As we shared in our “About Us” post, it was this trip to Fiji that was a catalyst for my continuing journey with photography. It was such a privilege to capture this snapshot in time in a part of the world that was so new and fresh to me. I still sense this feeling of privilege whenever a couple chooses us to document moments that are important to them. I have a hunch that this feeling in itself will always feel new and fresh.

Enjoy!

Bridal Shoot :: Classic Garden Shoot in Brisbane, Australia

Hannah Sisson (we have worked with her previously) approached us with a thoughtful concept: her beautiful grandparents were going to be celebrating their golden anniversary this year & Hannah had something special in mind. Of course we agreed immediately! There is more to come of this story (the actual anniversary part) but we included a classic-inspired shoot on the day. None of this would have been possible without the following amazing team:

Model: Hannah Sisson @hannahhayessisson // website
Dress: Sew Master Fashions @sewmasterfashions // website
Cake topper: Molossi @molossidesigns // website
Car: Roaring Twenties Bonnie's Adventures @roaringtwentiesvintagecarhire // website
Stationery: Yesterday Creative Letterpress @yesterdaycreative // website
Ring: Kellies Antiques @kelliesantiques // website
Hair accessory: Forests of Wildflowers @forests_of_wildflowers // website
Florist: Botanical Lab @my.botanical.lab // website
Makeup: Martha Lois Makeup @marthalois_mua // website
Hair: Catherine Clare @catherine_hmua // website
Photography: Poppy & Sage Photography @poppyandsagephotography // website

We are grateful to each and every one of you!

Enjoy!

Bridal Shoot :: Boho Garden Inspiration in Brisbane, Australia

Hannah Sisson (we have worked with her previously) approached us with a thoughtful concept: her beautiful grandparents were going to be celebrating their golden anniversary this year & Hannah had something special in mind. Of course we agreed immediately! There is more to come of this story (the actual anniversary part) but we included a boho-inspired shoot on the day. None of this would have been possible without the following amazing team:

Model: Hannah Sisson @hannahhayessisson // website
Dress: Sew Master Fashions @sewmasterfashions // website
Cake topper: Molossi @molossidesigns // website
Car: Roaring Twenties Bonnie's Adventures @roaringtwentiesvintagecarhire // website
Stationery: Yesterday Creative Letterpress @yesterdaycreative // website
Ring: Kellies Antiques @kelliesantiques // website
Hair accessory: Forests of Wildflowers @forests_of_wildflowers // website
Florist: Botanical Lab @my.botanical.lab // website
Makeup: Martha Lois Makeup @marthalois_mua // website
Hair: Catherine Clare @catherine_hmua // website
Photography: Poppy & Sage Photography @poppyandsagephotography // website

We are grateful to each and every one of you!

Enjoy!

Newborn Shoot :: Baby Naomi <3

Sweet Baby Naomi. It is such a delight for us (read Pete; he is our newborn photographer!) to capture these fresh moments. The little lined feet. The tiny curled fingers. The pencil lips. The wide gaping yawns. The strong emotions! It’s a vulnerable, fleeting time in life. We will be forever grateful that our early memories with Chloe were captured. It is a privilege to be able to provide the same for our beautiful clients. Sometimes we capture these sessions in hospital and sometimes, like the one below, at home. <3

Meet Valerie :: Valerie Fernandez Photography (Vanuatu)

We kicked off a new series in January featuring traveling photographers from around the world (most recent feature here; to date, the list includes Italy, Canada, United States and Australia). We make no secret of the fact that we love travel. We love learning about other cultures. We love contributing to a smaller, more interactive space. With this in mind, we are going to be sharing local stories by local photographers from around the world throughout our posts this year.

This month takes you off-the-beaten track to Vanuatu of all places! A little backstory from the Lonely Planet: “Vanuatu is a Pacific island adventure far beyond any notions of cruise-ship ports and flashy resorts. Deserted beaches, ancient culture, remote and rugged islands and world-class diving are just a small part of the magnetism of this scattered 80-plus island archipelago”. (You will find an interesting interactive map on this web page.) We have mentioned previously that we love getting to know the photographers behind the stories. Valerie, from Valerie Fernandez Photography, is lovely to converse with; you can be forgiven for thinking that you are on island time, too, as her warm, relaxed nature is contagious (the thought of living somewhere where you can forget to bring your phone with you? Yes, please - sign us up!). Since the flight time from our hometown to Vanuatu is less than 3 hours, you can bet that we have added this slice of sand, sea & sun to our bucket list. Thank you for joining in, Valerie, and for sharing stories from your part of the world with us! Enjoy!

 

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Tell us about where you live?

I live in Vanuatu, a tiny island country in the South Pacific. It is about three hours flight away from Australia and New Zealand. I’ve been fortunate enough to travel a lot in my life and live in different places. I absolutely love discovering new places, cultures and people; however, I am also always happy to return home at some point. Beyond my obvious biases, there is something truly special about this country - something very raw, very simple and, to me, very authentic. I have found balance here between a life, passion and job that requires me to be connected at all times - as well as the need to actually not be connected at all times. It’s just easy to leave your phone at home around here. It’s easy to still connect with people face to face and not through some device. It’s easy to be spontaneous. I love that.

 

What makes your town/state/country unique?

Kava. Around 5pm here, most people are done for the day and usually gather in what we call “Nakamals” - a sort of outdoor version of a bar where one drinks “kava” (or other regular soft drink or beer). That’s probably the heart of the nivan culture and something unique. Kava is a drink extracted from a root with a very earthy, peppery taste. It isn’t alcohol. It is not a drug. However, it does have a relaxing effect (that turns to numbing if you abuse it). So everyday around 5pm, people gather for an hour - or two or three (it’s up to them) - and sit down outside. You will find some under majestic banyan trees or by the beach or wherever their favourite nakamal and crowd is. They just chat, catch up, connect. I love this about our culture. I love taking that hour of time to just be a human and connect with other humans, talking about everything and anything. Not knowing whether the conversation today will be silly and witty or deep and meaningful. I love that our lifestyle allows us be dedicated parents & committed business owners but still allows us time to be part of a community and see our friends almost every day. It gives us a wonderful balance. It allows us to transition nicely between our working day and our life at home, blow some steam, have a laugh, and still be back home early enough for family dinners, playtime and cuddles with our bub, and bedtime stories.  Both my husband and I have spent years in cities like London and Paris where the everyday rhythm is crazy. Therefore, we appreciate time as our most treasurable thing today.

 

If I traveled from the opposite side of the world, what should I visit in your country?

Tanna definitely. 100% Tanna. Vanuatu has about 80 islands. That’s a lot of tropical paradise to offer but Tanna is so special, it is actually, truly worth coming all the way from across the globe. Tanna is home to the world’s most accessible active volcano. By that, I mean that you can actually sit on its crater rim. As you watch the sun set over the ocean, you can witness the pure, raw force of nature. You will feel, hear, and see the volcanic eruptions and the sky and stars turn red (check out some footage here). If that’s not enough, Tanna has landscape like the moon, tropical beaches, lush green jungles, pristine waterfalls and blue caves all along its coast, accessible only by swimming in from the ocean. It’s a land for the old souls and the children at heart, the adventurers, & the wanderers.

 

Coffe or chai/tea?

Personally, coffee AND tea. ☺ I don’t know that I can shoutout for a fav coffee shop as that’s actually one of the things I miss about big cities… especially after 8 years spent in Paris where there are probably as many coffee shops as inhabitants. That isn’t to say we don’t have nice little coffee shops around here. We do but I can’t think of one that stands out particularly. What I can say, however, is that we have our very own coffee - 100% Vanuatu coffee. It is grown and harvested in Tanna and processed in Port Vila. That should be enough to make any coffee lover happy, don’t you think? And if that’s not enough, you could pair Vanuatu grown coffee with a Vanuatu tree to bar Gaston Chocolate, for example. ☺  Yes, we have that too. The cacao beans are grown and harvested in the outer island of Malekula, the chocolate bars are made in Gaston’s cute little shop downtown… and you can sip a cup of Tanna coffee while actually watching the chocolate being made!

 

Best breakfast café?

Hmmm… my loyalties are torn apart! I would say Jill’s Café for a typical homey feel. K2 for several reasons: amazing & healthy breakfast with a twist, traditional recipes revisited with local products & a creative flair, and wonderful coffee & fresh juice. Chantilly’s on the Bay, finally, for amazing breakfast with a view.

 

Three reasons for why someone should visit your country?

To unwind, stay in a heavenly resort away from it all and let the crystal clear waters and light palm breeze rejuvenate your soul and reconnect you with yourself and your loved ones. To go out of your comfort zone, experience a destination where twenty-first century lifestyle and traditional culture overlap, where you can have access to international standard comfort, or choose to be adventurous and go completely off-the-beaten tracks. Slow yourself. Come back to a rhythm that is healthy. Learn patience.

 

Any local legends?

None that come to my mind particularly. Having said that, the nivan culture is very, very mystic. Some of the most remote islands are known to be home to actual sorcerers and black magic. This is actually something that is taken seriously around here. As far as I’m concerned, well, just in case, I prefer to respect these beliefs. ☺

 

Train, bus or walk?

Bus. Our buses don’t follow a given itinerary. You stop them anywhere you would like a cab. Hop in, tell the driver where you are going and he will take you there. Bear in mind, though, that this works on a first come, first serve basis so it is worth making sure the bus you’re hoping on is going your way if you don’t want to end up going all over town before you reach your destination! ☺ (I suppose this could also answer your question about a local quirk! ☺)

 

Best accommodation?

There are so many options! Erakor Island is a small islet reached by a five minutes ferry ride over crystal clear blue waters with star fish all over the seabed. Breakas Resort for the surfing. Eratap and The Havannah for a truly romantic getaway. Ratua Island and Tanna Rockwater for absolute barefoot luxury, for a honeymoon or a quiet retreat.

 

Must see vantage point?

Clem’s Hill overlooking far into Port Vila, the harbor, Mele Bay, villages, coconut tree fields, Hideaway Island… there is so much of what is typical of Vanuatu in one panorama.

 

Most colorful character in your hometown?

Clement Martinez is maybe not the most colourful character in town but he is definitely worth visiting and chatting with. He is the friendly owner of “L’Houstalet”, a French restaurant he opened over forty - maybe even fifty - years ago now. And almost nothing has changed in the restaurant over the years. Clement and his restaurant are a part of Vanuatu’s history and have been the witness of it as well. They were here before we became an independent country, and they stay even after. If history isn’t your thing, he serves delicious pizza - as well as less ordinary dishes, such as lobster and flying fox. ☺

 

Number one thing you miss when you’re away?

My loved ones and my dogs. Also, the sights. I love the fact that I can see the ocean from almost everywhere, that nature is so present around us, & it makes me feel like I can just breathe better. I miss that when I’m away, for sure!

 

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Information :: What Makes an Image Important

Narrowing down the options when choosing a wedding photographer is typically multifaceted. You want to love the photographer's work. You want a personality that "gets" you as individuals and as a couple (put simply, you want someone relatable!). You need to be able to afford them. With this is mind, some of the most important reasons for why we blog regularly (fyi: we blog once a week and this is our 128th post) are:

  • to tangibly demonstrate how passionate we are about our role as wedding photographers

  • to show who we are and what this means to you as our client

  • to share tips and ideas

Essentially, the kind of information that we are hoping will be important during your decision-making process. Today, we are sharing a little more about us & some food for thought for our clients. A recent discussion about some of our most memorable & personal images to date was the catalyst.

We work really hard on perfecting our craft. We focus a lot of attention on people skills, composition, chasing the most ideal light, depth of field... have we lost you yet? ;) We decided to strip all that back during our discussions and we challenged each other to think of our personal favourite images (rule time: we could only pick a maximum of 2 images). Of course, we both gravitated to ones that have all three of us in them. However, we currently do not share images of our daughter, Chloe, online. So we started again. Naturally, our minds drifted to favourite shots of the two of us - mostly taken during travels. With that in mind (and as the exercise was beginning to feel too easy!), we narrowed the criteria down even further: Pete had to choose two images that featured only him and I had to choose two that only featured me.

{Try this for yourself! You might surprise yourself with what you end up choosing. Actually, why don’t you stop reading now and pick out your two all-time favourites. We’ll come back to yours in a moment.}

In the end, Pete settled on one image. He felt that this one summed up everything for him:

I chose two as they are from a similar time period (same year) but during very different experiences and I find the polarity striking:

Interestingly, all three are “okay” images (definitely not terrible). However, are they perfectly composed? Was the lighting nailed? Honestly, does it even matter? All three tell a story that is important to the subject. Pete chose his representative image for a range of reasons. Skydiving was a dream come true. He was proud of himself for taking the risk. Pete experienced freedom that comes with… well, jumping out of a plane with all risks carefully calculated. I chose my graduation image as I was (and am) so proud of this achievement. It is something that was the result of hard work & dedication. I chose the one from my first time experiencing snow. This moment features in one of the top 10 days of my life to date. Experiencing snowfall was (in my case, anyway) a magical moment. I don’t usually take selfies but this was a moment I wanted to freeze forever - literally.

When you selected your two images, did you think anything along these lines, “I really like x one but I can’t possibly keep it! If I took it again, I would make sure I was a little more off-centre. If it followed the rule of thirds, I think I would be more inclined to keep it”… “Hmmm, this is a good one but the shadows on my face are too pronounced. I think I will scrap it. Shame really as it always makes me feel happy when I look at it!”… “Oooops - the highlights are blown! Forget it! …

Correct me if I am wrong but I am guessing that you chose based on how looking at those images makes you feel?

Capturing an image in such a way that the subjects feel something for the rest of time is at the heart and soul of wedding photography.

In conclusion, we wanted to take this opportunity to re-frame the importance of capturing the moments that are important to you. Yes, we will strive for perfect composition, image processing, lighting, timing, & storytelling. However, we will not compromise storytelling & capturing raw emotion at the expense of perfection. We want the resulting images to tell your story; not be representative of our “brand” per se. We want you to love your wedding photography for a lifetime.

Collab with Style Hens Party Inspiration in Brisbane, Australia

We recently received a message from Savannah Lyle, the owner of Collab with Style, asking if we would be interested in working together. Two days later, we participated in a hens-inspired shoot together. It was absolutely beautiful; full of rich, earthy tones with pops of pink & yellow! The entire shoot was styled perfectly and Savannah, Queen of Organisation, was amazing to work with. All the vendors involved are listed below; we enjoyed working with each of them.

Event Organizer: @collabwithstyle
Styling & Setup: @mini.yay
Clothes: @gsthelabel
Flowers: @marypoppies @marypoppiesbag
Photographer: @poppyandsagephotography
Candles: @estilhome_au
Hens Decorations: @sodapop.au
Cakes: @lyfeiswhatyoubakeit93
Hair: @_hairbyfaye_
MUA: @makeupbytaylahz @glambyfiscv_
Scrunchies: @rj.lavenderandco
Ice Blocks: @getlickdiceblocks
Bags: @bohemian_leatherware
Meringues: @dolceorganico
Earrings: @emilyjane_designs
Models: @astyndonaldd @kaitlinshave @elliekate__ @lily.fokas @maddy.tia @paigebentleyy @i.am.jasminerollason @dakotaduffell @bryah & @tashhoeksema_