Can’t decide on a single hero colour? Choose them all! When they hail from consistent colour families – think all-bright or strictly pastel – a assortment of different hues makes for a fun big-day palette. Photo by Quinn and Katie Photography.
When teamed with Moroccan-style lamps and bright votives, jewel-toned blooms take on exotic appeal. Photo by Lucy Rice.
The simplicity of a white setting makes bright pops of colour look all the more striking. Photo by Kate Grewal.
Create dimension in a rustic setting using stacks of weathered crates. Photo by Quinn and Katie Photography.
The number one rule of styling: always take inspiration from your surroundings. Photo by Kate Robinson.
Floral arrangements look all the more lush when they draw upon a range of hues and textures – try mixing blousy petals with succulents and baby buds. Photo by Tracy Stamatakos.
Planning a summer soiree? Keep guests entertained with a supply of vintage lawn games. Photo by Maree Wilkinson.
Assemble sachets of seeds to present as guest favours, adding a sense of occasion with vintage typography and a doily embellishment. Photo by Rissa Photography.
Add interest to centrepieces with an eclectic mix of items that reflect your identity as a couple – try beloved childhood books or trinkets from your favourite board game. Photo by Bespoke Photography.
A single bloom tied around a serviette is the ultimate in understated style. Photo by Kate Robinson.
Charger plates take formal reception settings to a new level of luxe. Photo by Wildwood.
Take styling inspiration from the season: getting married in spring? Evoke the delicate romance of the season with floral details and cherry blossom pink accents. Photo by Bespoke Photography.