Byron Bay wedding by Byron loves Fawn

I am smitten with this wedding! I mean the opening image alone is enough to grab your attention right? Coral and mint – or seafoam green – have been a strong and popular colour combination for the past twelve months and when it looks this lovely I don’t see it disappearing in a hurry! This beautiful Byron Bay wedding by the aptly named Byron loves Fawn, is just too pretty for words!

Natasha & Scott were inspired by the Hamptons but wanted to inject a little more colour. And just to show you that inspiration really can come from anywhere, they were inspired by a charity event table that they saw – not in real life – but on TV’s Revenge – which of course is set in the Hamptons! An abundance of floral arrangements, tea lights, full drop white tablecloths topped with sea foam table runners, and natural timber Tiffany chairs ensured the romance of the occasion was captured.

Wanting an indoor-outdoor feel to their day, the Byron Bay Golf Club with it’s beautiful backdrop of rolling hills and the lush green golf course gave them just what they envisioned. Stylist extraordinaire Victoria Cameron ensured that the look complemented the couple’s style and reflected them both as individuals and as a couple.

 

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Favourite detail: Walking into the reception where our styling vision had come alive. The flowers, the table runners, crystal vases all looked amazing and better than I could of ever imagined. Our cake, a gluten free masterpiece on display, a simple single extended tier design with buttercream icing topped with berry and dusty pink peonies.

The flowers for the ceremony were kept fairly neutral as we didn’t want to distract from the beautiful setting – chairs lining the aisles were adorned with small succulents and dusty miller foliage tied in with the reception flowers beautifully.

The bridal bouquet featured full white David Austen and peonies with dusty miller foliage  – simple, traditional and yet elegant. The abundance of flowers at the reception were beautiful coral peonies, soft pinks, white and lots of interesting greenery all of which perfectly offset the sea-green table runners. 

We decided to write our own vows and keep them a secret from one another, it was a special moment as we were saying these words to each other for the first time. We also chose a marriage celebrant carefully. We wanted someone we could relate to and someone that we both felt was natural and uncomplicated  when devising our ceremony. Victoria Cameron, wedding stylist –  she ensured our styling was cohesive and reflection both of us as individuals and as a couple. Stylists also take care of the stress with the planning and organising and also have access to fantastic vendors.

 

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Photographer | Byron Loves Fawn, Cake | Let them eat cake, Florist | White Ivy, Stationery | Sarbe Invitations
Ceremony Venue | Byron Bay Golf Club, Byron Bay, Reception Venue | The Deck @Byron – Byron Bay Golf Club
Dress Designer | Karen Willis Holmes, Shoes | Tony Bianco, Jewellery | CTJ Jewellery, Hair | Amra Vincek
Make up | Penny Antuar, Bridesmaids Dresses | Zara, Grooms Attire | David Jones, Stylist | Victoria Cameron
Caterer | The Deck @ Byron, Celebrant | Christine Mills, Band | Mark Slingsby



5 Responses to Byron Bay wedding by Byron loves Fawn

  1. Victoria says:

    Thanks for having us Kate, love the feature! x

  2. Nikkol says:

    So pretty! Love her gown, and the flowers are beautiful!

  3. Lena says:

    Excuse me while I pin like mad!

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