Vintage Wedding at Mango Hill Farm

These photographs are featured in edition 4 of ‘The Bride’s Tree’ magazine

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Jacaranda blooms themed the colour scheme for this elegantly styled country vintage wedding at Mango Hill Farm

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Mango Hill Farm Vintage Wedding Lavender and Lace

‘Lavender and Lace Wedding ceremony’  on Stone Bridge.

The magnificent jacaranda tree  in full flower  , carpeting the lawns of Dove Cottage with lavender blooms was the inspiration point for the styling and colour scheme of this beautiful garden wedding. The palette  was lavender, mauve, purple, sage green , silver , beige and white. A gorgeous combination of antique furniture , silver , crystal and glassware with copious amounts of  luscious cottage garden blooms gave a sophisticated  French provincial feel to this grand old  Queenslander nestled in a magic landscape of jacaranda blue .

Tisa and Todd, stylists  from Moments in Vintage Furniture and Props Hire created a unique white timber canopy as the focal point of the ceremony area which spanned the stone bridge  which graces the entrance to Mango Hill Farm. Todd and Tisa ingeniously constructed this piece de resistence from recycled turned timber posts, the idea being to create an architectural  framework which still allowed the landscape to be seen  through the sheer drapery. A real chandelier, hung from the posts, added a sense of chic to the cathedral like effect created by the tall stand of bamboo towering as centinals beside the bridge

Rows of white  mismatched country style timber chairs for the guests were set up in front of the ceremonial ‘altar’. Lace and hessian covered glass jars with fresh flowers created by Willow Bud hung from the chair backs in the centre aisle. The antique silver challices filled with gorgeous blooms arranged by Sandi from Willow Bud sat in resplendant  contrast on the ‘altar’ created by two authentic old Bushells Tea chests.

Sandi created absolutely exquisite bouquets for the  bride and bridesmaid using purple lisianthus, anemones, mauve roses and hyacinths, white stock, freesias and  an assortment of other exotic blooms and foliage. Sandi skilfully crafted a floral headpiece  for Willow, the gorgeous  little flowergirl, .Sandi also made a floral  button hole for pageboy Orson’s  little suit . How gorgeous do the children look!  Thank you Tammy from Suits Direct for providing the boys suits .

The bride looked amazing in a stunning white off the shoulder sateen gown  created by talented Sunshine Coast designer, Marilyn Crystelle. Jenni, the bridesmaid also wore a pretty lace bodiced flowing gown in a soft  beige colour which looked striking with the purple bouquet.

I’d like to thank Anne from The Rose Room  High Tea Cafe in Noosa for providing the beautiful vintage tableware and fine china, the bunting and lace tablecloths.

The girls looked absolutely stunning thanks to the outstanding professional skills of  make up artist  Jacqueline Foster and hairstylist  Paula Vasta.

Thank you to Ellene and Peter of Mango Hill Farm for making us feel so welcome at their beautiful farmstay/ wedding venue . As Tisa and Todd can attest it is a perfect  and very private venue to get married at.

Thank you to everyone who worked so hard to make this  styled event a success.  My heartfelt  thanks to the team: Tisa, Todd, Sandi, Marion, Anne, Jaqueline, Paula,Marilyn,Tammy,Angie,Caitlin, Tyson, Willow, Orson,Jennie, Ellene, Peter, Lorellie, Ammi, Jackie, Sarah and Cheryl. I hope I haven’t forgotten anyone.  Very proud that our combined skills and creativity  resulted in  a styled event worthy of publication in the Bride’s Tree magazine. Thank you Jenny and Sally for giving us this wonderful opportunity to showcase our talents.


location:                Mango Hill Farm, Peachester

Photography:       Marion Jonkers Photography

Styling:                  Moments in Vintage Furniture and Decor Hire, The Rose Room , Sandi from Willow Bud

Flowers:                Willow Bud Wedding Flowers

Gowns:                  Marilyn Crystelle Bridal

Suits:                     Suits Direct Suit Hire Mooloolaba

Makeup:               Jacqueline Foster Makeup

Hair:                      Paula Vasta                                                                                                                                                                                 

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