Architecturally designed with an appreciation that reflects the surrounding landscape. The Overflow Estate is showcased in its natural form and beauty.

Inspired by a timeless sophistication, Ikebana was our influence for this styled shoot.  Creating an effortless flow, with a ‘less is more’ wedding style paired with a moody palette for the cool season. Natural elements of wood and stone, added texture reflecting the structures exterior.  While smoky black hues with rich burgundy and chocolate adding a hint of colour through the floral arrangements.  The style brief was simple, think ‘Chanel in Tokyo’.

Dried wakame in stone pinch bowls, with wooden handled cutlery and sheer napkins draped over stone plates.  With floor draping oatmeal linen table coverings, showcasing the unique pattern in the venues chairs.  The menus were cut on an angle to reflect the lines of the form structure ceiling, with the addition of black delicate lights creating an ambient glow above.  Not one, but two wedding cakes! One embracing the effortless flow while another inspired by textural design of stone.

A deceptively simple design gown accentuated our models curves, creating an amazing silhouette.  The neckline was clean and plunging.  Modern and elegant.  A fringed chiffon scarf which secures at the empire waist, elegantly draping at the front.  Paired with a handmade, beautifully simple and sheer poncho in georgette, adding a sweeping train.

Stylist: Love Notes | Photographer: Florin Lane | Film: Luke Bickley | Hair & Make-Up: Sarah Kelly | Models + Agent: Taylah from Vivien’s Model Management | Flora: Bunch It Up | Cakes: The Sweet Society Co. | Planner: Scenic Rim Bride | Location: The Overflow Estate 1895 | Tableware: The Supper Club | Signage & Stationery: Laura Elizabeth Design | Signage Frame: Innovative Hiring | Lighting: Out Of The Dark Event Lighting | Candles: Southern Lights Candle Co | Dress/Cape: Karen Willis Holmes | Earrings: Amelie George Bridal

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