Monday, May 7, 2018

Summer Wedding at Stewarts Bay Lodge

Photography by Katinka Smith
Summer!  This summer wedding was held at Stewarts Bay Lodge in Port Arthur on the Tasman Peninsula.  Rose gold and blush colours were teamed with reds and whites to create the bouquets and florals.  


For the bouquets, there were Pincushions in red tones - Scarlet Ribbons and a darker pinky red version of Fountain.  


The pincushions were teamed with Pink Ice protea, and white hyrdrangea.  There were deep burgundy Safari Sunset Leucos,  and the cherry red cones of Jubilee Crown Leucadendron.  Fragrant blush-coloured Clethra, Echinacea and blush Hypericum Berries were added too. 

Photography by Katinka Smith
Brunia Albirflora added some texture.  For foliage, there was anksia foliage in a warm green, and lots of cool blue Risdon Peppermint.  


For the groomsmen, there were boutonnieres with rich red Leucos, Jubilee Crown, banksia and peppermint foliage and blush Hypericum berries.  


There was also a boutonniere for the Father of the Bride ... 


and one for her mum too.  


The ceremony took place on the grass, overlooking Stewarts Bay.


The floral arch decorations carried on the theme of the bouquets with Pincusions, Protea, Hydrangea, Brunia, Leucadenron and lots of lush foliage.  






For the reception, there were colourful table decorations.


Pincushion Scarlet ribbons and Fountain, with Pink Ice Protea, white Hydrangea were the main flowers.  There were low lights of burgundy Safari Sunset leucos,  blush coloured Hypericums, Clethra and lots of foliage.  


The table numbers were laser cut and looked fabulous sitting up above the flowers.  Twisted willow added some height with its wayward branches creating lovely lines in the space.  


The table decorations were created in wooden boxes, lime-washed to suit the blush theme.  

Photography by Katinka Smith

Stewarts Bay Lodge is a wonderful light-filled space.  

Photography by Katinka Smith

The beautiful photos by Katinka Smith really capture the light beautifully.  


I really enjoyed decorating the cake for this summer wedding. The flowers cascaded down the side from the top to the second tier.  The cake was made by Annettes Cakes, a local Tasman Peninsula cake maker.  We used flowers in keeping with the theme to create this gorgeous summery look.

Photography by Katinka Smith

It was, as always, a pleasure to provide flowers for this summery wedding.  I wish the lovely bride and groom all the very best for their future together.  

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