Planning your wedding? Dig a little gold with a touch of peach and dusty pink thrown in for good measure?  Then feast your eyes on these photos by the lovely Bec of she-is-so-damn-nice-you’d-be-lucky-to-have-her-as-your-wedding-photographer B.Wed Photography who teamed up with the crew from My Darling Heart to bring you these images for a little Sunday inspiration.

I don’t know about you but after seeing these photos we are inspired to throw caution to the wind and tradition out the window and ditch the white gown in favour for florals! The lovely Jennifer Gifford is behind the creation of this particular frock and we hope to see a slew of 2013 and 14 brides rocking some florals down the aisle!  It just so happens Jennifer specialises in custom made creations so let your imagination run wild and drop her a line here.

And who needs a cake topper when you have the fine folk of  The Cake that Ate Paris throwing crazy ideas out there like ‘hey! lets stick a heart covered in glitter on the side of your cake.’ Choking hazard? Maybe… but it looks fantastic so who cares!

Rounding out this shoot we’ve got some rather delightful floral creations from our friends at Bella Bloom Floral Designs that just so happen to be atop props from our favourite Queensland hire venue, The One Day House. While you are drooling over those gold dusted macaroons from Whisky Business check the bottom of this post for the full list of talented souls involved in this shoot and head to B.Wed Photography to check out the rest of the pics!


CREDITS Photos B.Wed Photography // Styling and Concept My Darling Heart // Bridal gown Jennifer Gifford // Suit Wil Valor Suits // Flowers Bella Bloom Floral Designs // Hair and makeup Brush and Blush // Furniture hire The One Day House // Glassware Peachy Vintage Collections // Macarons Whisky Business // Cakes The Cake that Ate Paris // Venue Old petrie Town