The 8th annual Byron Bay Wedding Fair held on Sunday the 9th of June. We had so much fun creating incredible real wedding set-ups at some of the most sought after venues in Byron Bay.
This is our favourite event of the year where we get to present our new looks and decor in time for the upcoming wedding season. Take a look at what we got up to and check out some inspo for your own special day…
MODERN LUXE - AT THE ORCHARD ESTATE
Lots of lush velvet here in beautiful deep rich tones , complementing bold sculptural florals and creating a contrast against the monochromatic backdrop of this stunning hinterland venue, (The Orchard Estate). Some softness is added with light blush and creamy white elements that stand out to form the WOW factor against luxurious touches of marble and crystal cut pieces.
OCEANIC MEETS CONTEMPORARY - AT THE BYRON BAY SURF CLUB
Here we added matte black elements to incorporate a subtle masculine and edgy contemporary feel to this pretty, delicate setting inspired by the ocean. Layered with floaty raw linen, crystal agate and marble chunks to create a softness and romantic feel with minimal sculptural florals. The recently renovated Byron Bay Surf Club is the ultimate beachfront wedding venue to showcase this new look.
OLD WORLD PLANTATION - AT FORGET ME NOT
Working with the stunning tropical installation by Big Leaf Boutique we complemented this summery style by adding a more plantation vibe with timber textures, dark rattan, bamboo, olive green linen and black elements to accent the generous green foliage elements. The grand hinterland oasis of Forget Me Not served as the perfect setting.
FRESH, NATURAL TEXTURES WITH GOLD - AT BYRON VIEW FARM
The perfect setting for a beautiful long lunch in the Byron Bay sunshine. Elope Byron Bay styled Byron View Farm with a combination of layered natural textures with raffia, bamboo and rustic florals against crisp hues in white, pale green and yellow. The slight golden features in our white two tone cutlery and modern circular arbour add an elegant feel and really complement these soft earthy elements.
WARM NEUTRALS, SOFT & ROMANTIC - AT FIG TREE RESTAURANT
Showcasing at Fig Tree Restaurant a neutral palette, chalky whites, light neutral sandy tones and beige with subtle golden hues to add warmth. Natural textures across all styling features pop out to enhance the overall effect against a fresh white canvas.
AUTUMN HUES & CLASSIC ELEGANCE - AT VICTORIA’S IN EWINGSDALE
Crystal cut glassware and gorgeous chandeliers, manifesting a most romantic tablescape at Victoria’s in Ewingdale. Rosa linen napkins and sunset blooms in deep burgundy and terracotta ignite against the dark oak setting framed by hinterland deep greens. A little gold glitz in the minor details sets the mood of for a gorgeous candlelit dinner with utmost elegance.