Ethereal neutrals

Set in the dreamy surrounds of The Flour Factory in Perth, with its high beams and wooden floors, a talented group of WA creatives have produced an ethereal styled shoot which draws inspiration from the natural world.

A mix of raw materials, such as the imperfect beauty of the weathered timber tabletop, (custom made by Hire in Style specifically for the shoot), softly draped sheer linen and organic, hand touched ceramics, creates a beautiful contrast to the clean lines of the geometric chairs.

“New to the wedding scene in WA, the chairs offer a contemporary shift away from the usual choices in seating that we have seen for weddings over the past five years,” said stylist Kristina Sfreddo from Gather & Hunt.

The geometric shape of candle holders and patterns in the decadent crystal cut glassware also cleverly reflect the angular design of the chairs.

The palette is kept neutral, offset with gilded accents and just a hint of deep burgundy throughout the incredible floral arrangements by Signature Floral Design.

Long candles of varying heights in tarnished metallic stems and single pendant filament globes strung over the table create a soft light, while gold cutlery and miniature pears create a unique place setting.

Floral motifs on the exquisite Rue de Seine gown from Through The White Door and other organic elements combine to create a modern yet romantic backdrop.

Credits

Coordination & Shoot Direction: Partaya Event Management | Shoot Concept & Styling: Gather & Hunt | Photography: Christine Lim Photography | Venue: The Flour Factory | Florals: Signature Floral Design | Feature Lighting: 88 Events | Stationery: The Admin Girl | Cake: Verlena Cakes | Table, Chair, Candlesticks & Bar: Hire In Style | Glassware: The Vintage Table | Geometric Candleholders: Bride and Groom | Model: Sophie Park | Hair: Maree Louise Hair and Body | Makeup: Makeup by Meg and Em | Gown: Rue De Seine from Through The White Door