This Tuscan-esque styled shoot at the South Australian Museum was the work of some of Adelaide’s most talented wedding suppliers including Jenna from Wonderland Invites and Kelly from Found Collective, who took inspiration from the venue’s brickwork and European style buildings.
As Jenna explains, “Our main goal was to create a beautiful, textural shoot full of beautiful and achievable wedding inspiration, bang in the heart of Adelaide amidst its cultural and historical hub; the museum. Paying homage to the buildings, we opted for a beautiful colour palette full of pale and dusty pinks, peaches, natural wood colours and terracotta.” They opted for two statement setups; the arbour, with hanging beaded chandeliers and beautiful, lush florals. Then a wow factor table setting, with festoons an abundance of florals, stationery, candles, rattan and beautiful place settings and glassware.
Some of the other vendors included cake artist Myrtle and Clay (who you can read more about here), florist Blush and Ivy and of course, photographer and videographer Will and Co who captured every beautiful detail including the velvet ring boxes!
CREDITS: Photography and videography Will and Co // Venue South Australian Museum // Florals Blush and Ivy // Celebrant Weddings With Rosie // Planning, coordination and stationery Wonderland Invites // Planning, coordination and styling Found Collective // Candleholders, rugs, napkins and furniture Found Collective // Pendants, furniture and glassware Sash Events // Soft Furnishings and placemats Old Refinery // Festoons, furniture and tableware Modern Party Hire // Gown and veil Greta Kate // Headpiece Folky Dokey // Jewellery Iron and Bone Jewellery // Grooms suits Peter Shearer Menswear // Cake Myrtle and Clay // Music Him and Her Music // Hair and makeup Natasha Keneally and Bianca Sumampow // Backdrop linens HunterMade // Favours Stone and Co Designs