• Eloise and Corey’s Modern Rustic Wedding

    23rd June, 2020 | by
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    Fate would have it that Eloise and Corey would cross paths through their local rugby league club, the Rosewood Roosters in 2009. Corey, as a player in the Under 18’s Team and Eloise as the assistant-coach’s daughter. Eleven years later, in March 2020 the loved-up team tied the knot in an effortless rustic wedding at the Gold Coast hinterland’s Summergrove Estate.

    Planning their wedding the two wanted their special day to be as minimal as possible, with Eloise a firm believer that less is more, whether flowers, outfits, decor or budget. “Even though it is one of the most important days of our lives, it was important that we didn’t spend more than we could afford.” 

    Wearing Josie by Erin Clare, Eloise loved her gown’s botanical 3D lace detailing and its relaxed yet stylish feel. “It was sooo comfortable,” she says. “Comfort was a big thing that I was looking for in my dress. I knew I was going to be wearing it for a very long time so I wanted to make sure I was going to feel comfortable wearing it.”

    Shopping at White Lily Couture, Eloise valued most her stylist, Shannon’s honesty and care. “Shannon didn’t try to sell me whatever I tried on which gave me a sense of trust in White Lily,” loving her experience saying YES to the DRESS! Ordering an Erin Clare gown, Eloise also took up the unique option to have her gown directly made with our Noosa designer. “Working one-on-one with Erin Clare was hands down amazing and she is such a beautiful person. She made my Mum and I feel welcome each time I had a fitting and just went above and beyond for us.”

    The couple opted for a modern rustic aesthetic, choosing Summergrove’s lush garden for their intimate ceremony and the venue’s luxe all-white barn for their reception, with festoon lighting, towering barn doors and feature timber beams. Despite a tummy full of butterflies the morning of the wedding, Eloise said her most memorable moment was seeing her Dad for the first time before the ceremony. “I will never forget the look in his eyes and the tears of joy. I could tell he was truly proud of me and happy for me.” Overlooking the hinterland, our bride felt everything click when her eyes met Corey’s at the end of the aisle. “As I saw Corey a sense of calm came over me and I couldn’t wait to get down the aisle to him.”

    Unfortunately the newlyweds were unable to enjoy their dream honeymoon as planned in late-March due to COVID-19 with the duo flying to Hamilton Island the day prior to the closures of all non-essential businesses. “We had to get an earlier flight home and left the day but we are so excited to be back once this is all over!” 

    Looking excitedly to their future together, Eloise and Corey are most looking forward to starting a family very soon. “I can’t wait to start a family with Corey and have a little brother or sister for our three fur babies.” Offering her advice to future brides and grooms, Eloise suggests to not stress over the small things! “It is easier said than done but try not to stress too much! Everything will work out how it is supposed to. At the end of the day as long as you get to marry the person you love then that is all that matters.”

    Venue: Summergove Estate

    Photography & Video: Pineapple Images

    Florist: Tennille Brooke Flowers

    Cake: Baked By Dana

    Hair: Amy Spry Hair

    Makeup: Dolly May Make Up Artist

    Bridesmaid dresses: Forever New  

  • Introducing The Bridal Shoppe

    18th June, 2020 | by
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    For lovers of fine things.

    A world of treasures awaits at our sparkling new e-boutique. Here she finds her collection of jewels, veils and finishes for herself and the glamorous women who walk alongside her.

  • Brooke & James’ Classic Gabbinbar Wedding

    16th June, 2020 | by
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    Unfussy, yet innately stylish, Brooke and James’ classic Gabbinbar Homestead Wedding was timelessly elegant and full of the most important piece of all – love. The focus was on celebrating their love for each other with all of their closest around them.

  • Rosa Clara 2020 Trunk Show

    14th June, 2020 | by
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    Rosa Clara – a label synonymous with European style and finesse brings a little taste of its fashion feel to the brides of Queensland.

  • Clare & Jordan’s Vibrant Bohemian Byron Wedding

    9th June, 2020 | by
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    Clare and Jordan’s wedding exuded a sense of relaxed sophistication and unique flavour of fun. The couple’s vibrant bohemian Byron wedding featured bold colours and personal touches unlike any other.

    White Lily bride, Clare had her eye on the venue for years. Fig Tree Byron Bay set the scene for Clare & Jordan’s big day, Clare explaining “I had seen Fig Tree Restaurant on Instagram years ago and known that it was where I wanted to get married.

    The couple gave the iconic space their own personal flair with an abundant array of bold pink and orange florals encircling them at the end of the aisle. They continued these bold and beautiful blooms into their bridal bouquets, as well as a delicate selection of blossoms adoring Clare’s hair.

    The abundance of floral details paired perfectly with Clare’s bohemian beauty-style wedding dress. “As soon as I put it on I knew that it was the one.” She said of her Ashley gown from Noosa designer, Erin Clare. “Erin was so amazing to work with and she brought my dream dress and veil to life!”

    “I thought I wanted a plain dress with a big tulle skirt. I ended up choosing a sequinned, tight-fitting dress!” The gorgeous gown features luxe white sequins, fine straps and side split.

    The couple celebrated their love in a stunning outdoor ceremony with friends and family.

    “We wanted a simple, relaxed, fun ceremony. We didn’t have any readings but our celebrant Michelle did an amazing job of telling our love story to our family and friends. We wrote our vows as we wanted to make realistic promises to each other that related to our relationship and what we want from our marriage. We were able to hug and whisper to each other throughout the ceremony and this made us feel loved, happy and comfortable. Our ceremony was a highlight of our day.”

    Following a lovely sit-down dinner with their guests, Clare and Jordan headed out underneath the stars to continue their celebrations.

    The first dance? Utterly romantic says Clare. “Our first dance was outside, underneath a grapevine and fairy lights, surrounded by our family and friends. We wanted a classic song that wouldn’t go out of style – we chose ‘Stand By Me’ by Ben E King.”

    See more from their relaxed and vibrant wedding in the gallery below!

    Photographer: Figtree Pictures
    Venue: Fig Tree Byron Bay
    Planner: Byron Bay Weddings
    MUA: The Luxe Beauty Co
    Hair: Sinead Marian Hair
    Flowers: Wilderness Flowers
    Furniture: The Wedding Shed
    Celebrant: Michelle Shannon
    Grooms Attire: MJ Bale
    Robes: Le Rose

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