Real Wedding – Amelia + Jackson
In a quiet town located in the Byron region, set in a stunning hall Amelia and Jackson's wedding took place. Greenery cascaded from the ceiling with exposed bulbs as guests enjoyed a delicious feast at long banquet tables.
Amelia and Jackson’s Ceremony took place at St. Kevin’s Church on a beautiful afternoon. It was decorated in a simplistic, summery style with gorgeous florals trailing from the pew ends. The altar was dressed with two large floral arrangements entwined with vines and blooms placed on the pillars.
Following the Ceremony, guests headed off for a short walk to the reception, held in the Moller Pavilion at the Bangalow Showgrounds.
Pre-drinks from the caravan bar along with and light snacks kicked off the evening outside on the lawn. Guests followed a pathway of festoon lights strung between poles where custom lawn games created by the Bride and Groom themselves could be found for their enjoyment.
The breathtaking Reception focused on a fresh spring theme, showcasing mostly neutral tones of creams, whites and timber elements mixed with a hint of navy and embellished with rose gold accents.
Tables were covered in floor length white linen paired with cross-back bentwood Hampton chairs that filled the hall. The place settings used blue and white plates, on a white wash Rattan charger plate paired with rose gold cutlery. The hanging greenery combined with bulb lighting suspended above the tables and surrounding potted plants created a warm and inviting atmosphere.
The wedding’s neutral colour palette and simple yet elegant styling is a classic look that we hope will never die!
Congratulations to the beautiful couple!