Friday, June 30, 2017

Engagement Photoshoot in April


Tasmania has a reputation as a tourism destination, and I find that often couples like to combine a special event in their lives with a trip to our fair shores.  This April, a gorgeous couple decided to celebrate their engagement with a holiday and photoshoot.  What a fun thing to do! 


An eclectic mix of natives with lots of colour and texture was the idea for the bouquet.


The flowers needed to travel well as the photos were taken in various places over the course of a few days.  


Protea Repens in both light pink and rich pink, both flowering and non-flowering Brunia, Protea White Mink, Banksia Burdettii and Banksia Brownii were the larger flowers that I used.  Leucadendron Galpinii (Purple Haze), Safari Sunset, and Leucadendron Discolour were the secondary flowers.  



A range of foliage including Tasmanian Myrtle Beech, Risdon Peppermint, and Banksia Brownii added fullness.  I also added some dried leucadedonron cones which are a rich autumny brown.


Beautiful!


By the looks of the gorgeous pictures, they had a wonderful trip!


And the photos will make great memories too.


For the boutonniere, I used a dried leucadendron cone so that there were no wilting issues along the trail.  The Banksia Burdettii leaves are so gorgeous with their zig-zag edges, and they were teamed with Myrtle Beech, Risdon Peppermint among other bits and pieces.  


The iconic view of Cradle Mountain from Dove Lake - definitely a memorable destination for a special occasion!


What a fun job!  I wonder where they'll go for the wedding?

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