A Garden Wedding Oasis

What a perfect summer wedding at Montrose Berry Farm, in the Southern Highlands! There was a backdrop of gorgeous gardens everywhere you looked, filled with summer blooms, and tall luscious green trees, that made the scene feel oh so whimsical. The occasion? The wedding of Jane & Kyle.

Our bride Jane wanted her flowers to be quite natural and asked for us to use natives. Of course, we couldn’t resist, we had to include amazing king proteas within her bouquet. An absolute must-have for a native bridal bouquet.
The king proteas were complemented with soft coloured hues, including peach & white, utilising blushing brides and wax flowers. We had to include a pop of colour somewhere, and what better way to do that then use orange paper daisies and free flowing deep burgundy astilbe. This style was transferred across the bridal bouquet, bridesmaid bouquets and throw away bouquet.

For the boys, keeping with the native theme, we utilised paper daisies, blushing brides, wax flowers & kangaroo paw. A beautiful set of buttonholes for the groom and his groomsman, plus the fathers of the bride and groom.

The mothers of the bride and groom chose to wear a wrist corsage. We were thrilled to make them something special! We thought they would be best kept quite neutral. We used a simple arrangement of blushing brides. They looked absolutely gorgeous, just perfect for the mums!

Jane wanted to keep the reception quite subtle. So we used stems of flowing greenery along the table, to bring the beautiful outdoor nature setting inside. We complimented this with small vase arrangements placed along the centre of the long tables.

This wedding was just absolutely amazing! Such a gorgeous setting outside with nature. We were thrilled to be a part of Jane and Kyle’s special wedding day!
We wish you nothing but happiness and never ending love.

Congratulations Mr and Mrs Bennett
Love, The Fernery x

Photography || Mark Jay Photography
Venue || Montrose Berry Farm