Take a bright light-filled space overlooking one of Australia’s most iconic beaches, florals to rival installation art and an eclectic collection of Moroccan inspired decor, and you’re sure to have some insanely beautiful wedding inspiration…
One scroll through the imagery below has us yearning for a cruisy summer wedding, filled with oceanic textures, stunning beachy views and a little European inspiration.
Stylists George and Smee say, “a host of creative vendors got together to execute a beachy styled shoot taking inspiration from Europe and the pastel coloured buildings of Morocco and Spain.”
Framed with sculptural floral pillars, the ceremony setting is equal parts creative and beach-boho.
“We used art-like floral structures to define the ‘I do’ spot and added a Moroccan textured aisle runner with bamboo chairs. The venue The Blue Room at Bondi overlooks the ocean and resonates with the Mediterranean vibe the team wanted to convey.”
Florals featured throughout the styling and bouquet include pastel-hues garden roses, orchids and dahlias, as well as pampas grass and native greenery.
“The table incorporated mineral quartz used as place cards and a touch of denim bringing the ocean vibe in. Cane baskets were featured throughout complimenting the space and existing decor perfectly.”
Complementing the laid-back vibe was a bride in a Rue De Seine gown sourced from The Bridal Atelier, with detailed crochet and tassels, imbued with European summer vibes.
Photographer: Zoe Morley Photography | Creative Concept, Styling, Furniture & Florals: George and Smee | Venue & Furniture: The Blue Room Bondi | Rugs, Ottomans & Cushions: Commune, Bondi, Ivy Lane Agency + George and Smee | Crystal Name Cards: Ivy Lane Agency | Cake: Sydney Smash Cakes + Sweaty Betty PR | H&M: Sydney Makeup Artist | Dress (with long sleeves): The Bridal Atelier + Lovers Society | Dress (with tassels & sleeveless): The Bridal Atelier & Rue De Seine | Floral Bouquet: Floreat Floral