Located in a tranquil pocket of Australia’s oldest wine making region is Krinklewood – a remarkably beautiful winery that’s deliberately reminiscent of the French countryside. Given this NSW styled shoot by Lovers Lane Weddings and Events and The Naked Florist was intended to be “wildly romantic, rustic, and moody, with organic and playful touches” it was the ideal location.
Captured by Luna Wilde Photography and The Romance Files in a way only true professionals can, this shoot pivoted away from more common wedding colour palettes. Instead they created a unique, “lush meadow” tablescape with hues of dusty green and gold, complimented with earthy tones of eggplant purple and warm whites. A lemon cream cake by La Cake Cucina and stationery by Designs to Adore added a lovely touch of fancy that tied everything together.
Outside of the clever styling (we love the Bosc pears and chocolate-coloured candles), the other main attraction of this NSW styled shoot was the fashion which included a suit by Rundle Tailoring and a handful of wedding dresses by designer Nicole of Frahn Bridal whose collections offer an exciting twist on traditional bridal wear.
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Photos Luna Wilde Photography // Film The Romance Files // Venue Krinklewood // Styling and tableware Lovers Lane Weddings and Events // Florals and ribbon The Naked Florist // Hair and makeup MBL Bride // Cake La Cake Cucina // Stationery Designs to Adore // Suit Rundle Tailoring // Dresses Frahn Bridal.
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