A simple native bush theme was the brief for this December wedding.
My first few blooms from Banksia Praemorsa bushes planted only a couple of years ago were the inspiration for the colour scheme. What a beautiful wine-coloured flower! I teamed a single Banksia bloom with some Protea Pink Ice as the focal flowers.
Creamy Leucadendron Discolour look great with their pink blushed tips. I also used some late Berzelia, Pink Kangaroo Paw called Bush Pearl, and some leucadendron cones - Jubilee Crown are the ruby red ones and Purple Haze are the silvery ones. There's some wax flower peeping out in places too. I also used some Hebe that were flowering profusely at the time. I like the colour and structure they add. Some eucalyptus foliage provides a fresh background for a simple bush bouquet.
The groomsmen's boutonnieres were a simple combination of Berzelia, Wax Flower and Leucadendron Jubilee Crown, with eucalyptus and cyprus in the background.
The groom's button hole adds a single creamy Leucadendron Discolour.
Table decorations for the reception held at Stewarts Bay Lodge, a fabulous local Tasman Peninsula wedding venue, used vintage preserving jars as the vases.
Leucospermum Scarlet Ribbons teamed with more Hebe, Leucadendron Jubilee Crown Cones, and fresh eucalyptus foliage fill the jars.
Twisted willow branches create a sculptural effect against the white table cloths for a fresh, pretty bush themed wedding.