Wedding trends are constantly shifting though the traditional ‘I do’s’ have stayed the same. Although they take the same shape and form, each wedding I have witnessed as a wedding planner has been incredibly unique in terms of styling which guides how these new trends appear.
The Wedding industry can be niche and competitive. As an established Wedding Planner, I have looked back on my career and how the market has changed over time to provide you with my best advice about how to get your foot in the door!
Welcome to 2019! We have been a little quiet on the blog lately, but behind the scenes we have been busy planning and designing our upcoming weddings and launching the third edition of The WHITE Directory, our ‘Little Black Book’ of our favourite wedding suppliers.
Jessica and Arthur married on a stunning spring afternoon at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre followed by a stylish celebration at GOMA.
The ceremony was styled with rows of clear ghost chairs and two stunning floral arrangements at the altar – towers of foliage and florals with pops of bright red and deep burgundy tones, framing the couple as they shared their vows.
Jane and Tin were married in a stunning celebration of love and devotion last April at Victoria Park Golf Course.
The couple’s wedding was styled with a luxurious palette of opulent white, rich greenery and glittering gold accents, creating a classic and glamorous feel.
Mitch and Olivia were married on a crisp Autumn’s afternoon in April, in a contemporary and decadent celebration with their loved ones at Lightspace.
This ultra-cool couple decided to break tradition and share an emotional first-look together, before taking their wedding photos and sharing the afternoon with their bridesmaids and groomsmen prior to the ceremony, overlooking the river and city skyline at Southbank.
Courtney and Massi celebrated their baby shower in style with an al fresco long lunch celebration with an Italian twist.
The stunning private residence needed little help in the styling department with it’s soaring courtyard walls covered in thick, climbing foliage and antique mirrors, magnificent fountain and phenomenal outlook over the Brisbane River.