Posts Tagged: styling
Tuesday, November 28th 2017
When one of our favorite Sydney wedding stylists was being asked “what else is there?” by brides looking for alternatives to traditional floral covered arches and arbours, Corey was intrigued. And so, came the inspiration behind her latest styled shoot ‘The Promised Space’. Celebrating the raw textures and movements of fabrics in the sea breeze and the natural, undone romance of being by the water, this styled shoot came to life.
"I had these frames made and fleshed it out with dried palm leaves, foraged black foliage, large brass bells and raw silk ribbon. I also wanted to do something different with the florals so I used only blacks and whites in the arrangements on the carved timber tables at the front of the aisle. I wanted to show brides that even black and white flowers can look soft and romantic and when paired with the white Indian grinder tables, crystal and quartz it can even have soul."
We caught up with Styled By Her to hear their tips for styling by the sea…
1. Check the tide charts
2. Think about the access and the distance to the aisle.
3. Some shade may be necessary depending on the time of the day
4. Take a rake, the beach in all it’s natural beauty usually has debris
Thursday, June 30th 2016
Inciting the senses with their innovative styling, we love the authenticity behind bespoke design studio, Styled Notion. Creating extraordinary atmosphere with artistic expertise, there’s a sophisticated restraint to even the most opulent of Emma’s displays. Steering well clear of the overdone and the predictably bridal, her use of natural elements and organic imperfection creates both mood and whimsy. Mesmerised by the subtle effect of her candle-light clusters and sumptuous grazing tables, see more from Styled Notion via her website here.
Thursday, February 14th 2013
How beautiful is the colour palette of this table setting! Turquoise, amber, burnt yellows and white work so well together to create a warm, romantic mood. This beautiful setting was styled by She Designs and photographed by one of The LANE's favourite documentary photographers John Benavente
Head over to She Designs blog to see more of this wedding and their gorgeous styling.