Story and images featured by Magnolia Rouge

"With the dramatic and fixating landscape of Broken Head - a beautiful part of Australia's coastline - being the inspiration behind this shoot, it was only fitting that the colour palette reflect that. Moody hues of grey, greens, and blues were incorporated with natural materials to complement the natural landscape. Styled by VICTORIA CAMERON, it features a stunning delicately beaded gown from Melbourne Bridal Designer GWENDOLYNNE 

Brisbane Wedding Planner Victoria tells us, "This shoot predominantly focuses on the bride and groom and their effortless wardrobe styling and the natural environment, but is also complemented by some detail shots of an intimate and understated beach ceremony and a slightly unstructured table setting. The bride and groom's outfits reflected the location of the shoot. Think bare feet and rolled up pants, a slim-fitting dress with sheer fabric and intricate detailing and gorgeous windswept hair. The peach toned earrings also perfectly suited the orange-pink colours of the sunset. The tablescape featured sheer grey linen draped down the centre of the table which was topped with driftwood and air plants. Beautiful scalloped flatware and crockery was stacked at each setting and topped with hand-letted place cards with torn edges." 

These gorgeous images by JASMINE PETTERSEN just confirm our opinion that a beach wedding is always a good idea!

Gwendolynne Marissa gown

Gwendolynne Marissa gown

You can see more stunning work from Brisbane Wedding Planner VICTORIA CAMERON in our vendor guide. And if like us you're in love with this exquisite wedding dress from Melbourne Bridal Designer GWENDOLYNNE, you can view more of her stunning designs in her portfolio.

PhotographerJasmine Pettersen/Planning & stylingVictoria Cameron/JewellerySamantha Wills/SuitWil Valor/CakeThe Cake That Ate Paris/Hair & make-upPhoebe Fever/Linen & candlesticksProp It Pretty/RentalsThe One Day House/StationeryFloralovely Calligraphy/FloralsPrimula Floral Styling/LocationBroken Head, New South Wales