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Jacinta chose peonies for her elegant, open bouquet, which suited their relaxed, natural, outdoor wedding. The unwrapped stems give the bouquet a “gathered fresh from the field” look! The six bridesmaid’s bouquets were formed very simply and elegantly with three cardstock peonies each. Ryan wore a matching cardstock peony boutonniere. The wedding reception tables were adorned with cardstock peonies and fresh gypsophila, a clever mix of paper flowers and fresh flowers!!

Wedding Photographer: Alex Kwong?


Donna chose Calla Lilies and Tea Roses for her bouquet. The Callas were made from music sheet paper of a song that is very special to her. Her bridesmaid’s bouquet mirrored the silver and blue Tea Roses in her bouquet, but also included black Tea Roses to tie in with Narelle’s black dress. Table decorations of matching paper flowers completed the colour theme. Donna’s wedding was a surprise to her partner … and the photos show just how perfectly the surprise turned out!


Georgia chose cardstock Peonies and Italian crepe paper Peonies for her very stunning bouquet. Her bridesmaid bouquets were made with matching Italian crepe caper Peonies. Exposed stems on all the bouquets created a very natural and elegant look. Burgundy inking of some of the Italian crepe paper Peonies co-ordinated with the Bridesmaid dresses.

Wedding Photographer: James Field


Shanna had a clear idea for her perfect bouquet which included vintage music sheet Tea Roses, metallic gold Kusudamas and smaller ivory Tea Roses. Olivier wore a matching vintage music sheet Tea Rose boutonniere. Shanna embraced the best of all worlds with flowers, as the bridesmaids carried fresh flower bouquets that matched their dresses. Shanna also chose vintage music sheet paper Tea Roses to decorate her cheese wheel wedding cake. A very elegant, beautiful wedding for a truly beautiful couple!!

Wedding Photographer: Samantha Larsson?


A natural bouquet of paper Hydrangeas, and paper Peonies was the perfect compliment to Michaela and Brad’s riverside wedding. Each petal layer in Michaela’s Hydrangeas was tinted with three different ink mediums to achieve the periwinkle colour of the wedding theme. The bridesmaids carried two paper Hydrangeas, hand tinted to a champagne colour, and including just a touch of sparkle. Brad wore a miniature paper Hydrangea boutonniere.

Wedding Photographer: Alex Kwong??


Kristie chose a stunning collection of paper flowers for her bouquet including Frangipanis (her favourite flower), mauve and purple Anemones, Kusudama flowers, metallic black Tea Roses and black and white flocked damask Tea Roses. The bridesmaid bouquets echoed the flowers from Kristie’s bouquet, and the groom and best men wore paper Frangipani buttonholes. The flower girl wand was made with matching paper flowers, tulle, teardrop pearls and satin and organza ribbons. Table and place cards with matching paper flowers (black and silver for the men and deep purple with a pearl for the women) further enhanced the co-ordinated color scheme. A truly stunning and thoughtfully co-ordinated wedding!

Wedding Photographer: Renee Clark (Fitton)?


Tara’s cool blue bouquet was the perfect foil for an Australian summer outdoor wedding! Her bouquet is a mix of metallic silver and pale blue Enchanted Roses, cream cardstock Peonies, metallic silver Tea Roses, cream Royal Roses, white Dainty Roses, and midnight blue Enchanted Roses as an accent. Tear drop pearls form a beautiful base to the bouquet. The bridesmaid bouquets are smaller versions of the bridal bouquet without the midnight blue Enchanted Roses or pearl drops. Tara also chose matching flowers for her table decorations, creating a very unified theme.

Wedding Photographer: Jane Wilson?