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Winter Full Moon Ceremony & Celebration

Under the moonlight on the 3rd of June 2023, Bec and Mick along with their three children made their commitment to each other & their family, surrounded by their families and friends on their property at Captain Creek, they in what I would call a rustic bohemian celebration with tables situated in front of the ceremony so all their guests could be seated in view of the ceremony.




Basing their ceremony in front of a structure that was already standing on their rural property, it made for the perfect back drop and the bones to the ceremony florals. Two large lush native eucalyptus filled arbour installs, which is one of Bec's favourite & was a non-negotiable, were situated on the inner two poles using our sustainable flower practices, this entire wedding was floral foam free and fully fresh florals.




Floral recipe for B & M's Day was a large mix of native eucalyptus, thryptomene, native bush tea tree and normal tea tree, large native bush pine, wattle, protea, banksia & paper daisies in shades of blush and white along with gum nuts & tetragona nuts.


Arbour structures were constructed on large pre made chicken wire frames which allowed the shape of each arbour install to bend and conform to the shape of the bone structure, fixed with zip ties for easy removal.


Bridal bouquet and maids bouquets where made of the same flower recipe, with a wild and whimsical feel, lots of hanging eucalyptus and gum nuts to add some texture, finished off with ivory silk ribbons.


All tables had small mason jars with foliage (euc mix) and tetragona nuts keeping the aesthetic simple but cohesive.


Vendors used to bring Bec & Mick's day to fruition;


Venue - their home in captain creek

Styling & Set up - 1770 Weddings

Make-up - Jen Campbell

Catering - Discovery Cafe




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