Recently published by Queensland Brides was our beautiful W+W couple, Chantelle and Peter’s, elegant indoor floral garden-style wedding.
With an incredible floral display over a single long table against a backdrop of exposed brick, one of Brisbane’s most iconic venues, The Tote Room, became a glittering dining hall.
Sinead and Lachlan’s gorgeous warehouse wedding was a fusion of modern charm and classic wedding elegance. A stunning geometric lighting display with tropical foliage groupings and crisp white diamond pendants created a modern feature in the centre of the room, while soft linen table runners, classic floral centrepieces and romantic pillar candles delivered the elegance.
Today the white+white team are reminiscing about our amazing collaborative effort on the Something Blue shoot for White Magazine (Issue 29).
This dreamy shoot was awash with French flair and featured soft blues and delicate fabrics.
Lauren + Gavin’s wedding was a dreamy mix of romance and glamour set against an industrial background with black and gold embellishments.
The crazy-in-love couple wanted an NY romance story for their dropback and we had so much fun bringing this to life for them.
It was a dream team in heavenly Thailand planning an incredible couple’s dream wedding. white+white had been looking forward to this all year and when the time arrived we were ready to create destination planning and styling magic.
This wedding was absolutely like no other.
Kitty + Jimmy’s poolside glam meets Marrakech style wedding was the definition of fabulous and extraordinary.
And, we were pretty stoked to see it on the glossy pages of Harper’s Bazaar Bride this month.
Still on a massive high following the recent launch of the very first w+w Field Days.
A huge thank you to everyone who visited us at Westfield Garden City and an even bigger thank you to our amazing wedding vendor sponsors for your incredible support.
We loved creating Rach and Rob’s modern wedding featuring geometric lines and designer sophistication. The Stokehouse in Brisbane was the perfect venue for this amazing couple, its stunning architecture and surrounds reflected their love of contemporary living and elegant style.
Last month, we were involved in the creative collaboration of styling Molten Store’s flagship trove launch event in James Street, Fortitude Valley. ‘The Reveal’ was an evening of conversation hosted by Molten Store’s founder Jessy Cameron with architect Paul Owen and artist Susan Lincoln.