A shoot at Spicers Hidden Vale

One of my favourite shoots I have been involved in has to be that captured by Quince and Mulberry Studios at Spicers Hidden Vale. Our stunning female model wore dresses from Jennifer Gifford Designs and our male model wore suits from Wil Valor. Hair and make up by the talented Carlie from That Face Artistry  
I created two ceremony spaces and two reception spaces along with the bridal bouquets.  
The first ceremony space I created was at the famous tree at Spicers Hidden Vale with a view out over the paddocks. It is a beautiful spot and I brought in my fireplace inspired piece as the backdrop. The chairs from Spicers were used to finish the space.  
The bouquet held by the female model here is one of my all time favourite bouquets I have created. It is whimsical and floaty with stunning features and a unique colour palette.  
The second ceremony set up utilises our chapel backdrop with pampas grass arrangements at the base. This was placed in the beautiful field at Spicers Hidden Vale and was absolute perfection as the sun set.  
Staying in this same field we created a suspended bridal table for a reception space. This was a concept I wanted to create to show brides that you can think outside the square with your wedding styling.  
The second bouquet I created for our beautiful model to carry matches back with the second reception space I created. It is in a muddy dark colour palette and created from strong shapes and textures.  
Leaving the last set up to show you, the moody reception in Spicers’ barn. The space is rustic and the timber lends itself to a darker colour palette. A suspended flower feature was placed above a bridal table set up.  
Creating unique spaces is my passion. To discuss how my team and I can design and bring to life the perfect canvas for your love story to be told then please click here and email me, Tanya x