Real Wedding – Angela + Sam
Angela and Sam said their 'I do's' under a magnificent century-old fig tree. Overlooking the picturesque hinterland scenery, the couple and their guests danced to the live jazz band before departing in a spectacular sparkler send off.
Angela and Sam were married on a gorgeous Spring Sunday afternoon in September, with a ceremony and reception overlooking the stunning Byron Bay hinterland at the Earth House.
The romantic celebration of love and happiness exuded a natural and organic ambience, showcasing wooden textures, brass finishings, neutral tones and fresh pops of lush greenery complimented by colourful florals.
The couple were wed in a beautiful ceremony by the magnificent century-old fig tree, overlooking the picturesque hinterland scenery. The ceremony was styled with a simple brass arch, which was softened with asymmetrically draped unstructured garlands of foliage and soft pink, apricot and burgundy blooms. After walking down the aisle as Mr & Mrs, the couple celebrated their marriage with a decadent champagne tower on an antique drinks cart that they had lovingly restored together.
The evening proceeded to the Earth House’s Mediterranean inspired building where guests enjoyed cocktails on the verandah suspended over the Corndale Valley, before moving inside for dinner, speeches and dancing. The soaring cathedral ceiling features exposed timber beams which were were highlighted by a divine hanging installation of rich cascading greenery and hanging cut glass bulb lighting. The grand fireplace was adored with soft candlelight and garlands of foliage and florals, and guests dined at long tables covered in natural linens set with earth toned clay plates, rose gold cutlery and sprigs of fresh Jasmine Vine.
The couple and their guests enjoyed dancing to the live jazz band and feasting on roaming desserts long into the night, before the newlyweds departed in a spectacular sparkler send off. Congratulations to Angela and Sam!