Posts Tagged ‘ Rustic ’

JORGE & ROB

Posted on: September 17th, 2019 by Kimberley

An international romance! <3
No matter where you come from, or how you look at it, this amazing couple are just meant to be!

Rob & Jorge : such a super fun couple, with so much love for each other, that it can’t help but overflow! …making everyone around them (including the wedding service suppliers) feel so loved & appreciated! Thank you!

Jorge from Cuba & Rob from South Africa, both now live in Australia together. Where they planned their wedding from afar.
A wedding where the main focus was family & spending time with loved ones from all around the world.

Proteas, mixed dried seed pods, floras & grasses, combined with natural South African greenery & fynbos varieties transformed into wild & striking arrangements. The gold elements tied in beautifully with the chosen pinks & natural colours.

Venue: The Naturally Beautiful Champagne Castle Hotel

Photography: Oh so Talented Jacki Bruniquel

JESS & JASON

Posted on: August 5th, 2019 by Kimberley

A SNEAK PEEK… Jess & Jason, more to come!

Elegant & Natural Rustic Charm, with wooden elements,
Burgundy, Deep Plum, Pale Pink , White – Greenery & Glass

What a day! Jess & Jason exchanged their marriage vows at Granny Mouse Country House in June this year, it was lovely to see all the friends and family come together with such strong & genuine love for this couple.

The foliage & floral ‘pop’ runners made the day, along with the oh-so-striking soft & green foliage hanging installation over the couples main table, where we got to use our new blush / dusty pink tulle over lay <3

Photography by Dean Maber
Videography by Josh Reid

& Venue: Granny Mouse Country House

Dani & Matthew

Posted on: August 5th, 2019 by Kimberley

Romantic, Classy & Intimate meets Country Rustic Charm, with glass & wooden elements & mauve, light purple, pink & navy hues.
Dani & Matthew shared their vows at the stunning Cranford’s Country Lodge earlier this year, such a beautiful setting for this ‘destination’ wedding.
This lovely couple made their way over the seas from the UK to get married here in the KZN Midlands, what a pleasure!

Thanks to Eileen from Bright Girl Photography for the stunning pics & Alex at Cranford Country Lodge for being an amazing host as usual – We love working with you gals!

LINDA & MICHAEL

Posted on: July 11th, 2019 by Kimberley

“And in her smile I see something more beautiful than the stars.” Beth Revis

Minimalist, Romantic, Rustic yet Elegant –
With Nudes, Beige, White, Dusty Pink, Pastel hues of Lavender & Apricot.

The love these two have for each other had us swoon from the start, and Saysha Baker Photography captured the day so perfectly.
Thank you Linda & Michael for choosing us to make pretty on your special day!

Venue: Cranford Country Lodge

CHE & SHAWN

Posted on: June 11th, 2019 by Kimberley

There really are no words that can begin to describe this amazing couple’s ; family wedding.
Down to earth, easy going & without a doubt… family & fun as the main focus.

White floras & tonnes of greenery beautifully complemented this stunning couple’s joined aura & compatibility. Paired with gorgeous macrame pieces by Artesense, putting this all together was really such a pleasure.

Once again Netherwood, what can we say… never disappoints, we just love working our magic on your sleeper wall & making your stunning reception hall extra pretty.

The wet weather brought no one down – so much love, laughter and some extra big smiles – all round <3

Andy & Szerdi, the amazing photographers managed to capture this fuzzy-heart all-that-is-fun-&-family feeling perfectly, you guys rock!

Flowers & Decor, Set-up & Styling : Natural Nostalgia

Photography: Andy & Szerdi

Macrame: Artesense

Venue: Netherwood

Roger & Haley’s Baby Shower

Posted on: November 11th, 2012 by kablooeymonsters

Saturday turned out to be a very welcoming warm and sunny day and just perfect for Roger and Haley’s Baby Shower. Our assistance with quaint vintage decor, set-up and styling was requested by Sam (Haley’s best friend) for the surprise baby shower. The setting was stunning – some lovely local stables where Haley keeps her horse. Beautifully kept greens and stables with a gorgeous and spacious club house with bar, kitchen and tables plus an outside patio with benches and umbrellas made this the perfect setting.

With Haley’s love of vintage decor, we embraced a rustic, vintage, and country style theme with elegant highlights in tones of pink and white to welcome their soon-to-be adopted baby girl.  We created a lovely entrance with a welcome blackboard, vintage farming equipment and just love the wheelbarrow with the pink baby blankets and teddies. Throughout the venue there were hints of pink and white and pastel vintage colors. We used pink and white polka dotted table runners with lace edging and large mason jar vases with wild country bunches of pink florals.

Mason jars with lemonade welcomed the guests along side a shabby-chic ladder filled with teddies, cute signs and decor. We used a variety of vintage items such as enamel tea pots filled with flowers, old vintage tins for cutlery, a pastel green typewriter, books tied with lace and old fruit crates. And added some height to the cake table with some vintage suitcases and we just love the little miniature red velvet cupcakes!

We also just adore the baby’s clothes pegged to the washing line – such a cute idea suggested by Sam! Sam also supplied Thank you gifts for each guest – sweet little Pink Zambuck lip balms and a note pin board for guests to leave Haley & Roger a well wishes note. Overall a beautiful and quaint celebration for Haley & Roger as they welcome a beautiful child into their lives. Wishing them all the love, luck and joy for the future. Love Natural Nostalgia…

Rustic Elegance – Hilton

Posted on: October 2nd, 2012 by kablooeymonsters

We were really pleased to help ‘Imagine That’ events with a hospitality tent for the Hilton festival. The theme for the tent was rustic elegance with a touch of vintage and safari chic. We assisted with various shabby-chic items such as the pastel yellow vintage door used as the lemonade stand bar top as well as the rustic crates to hold dozens of lovely lemons. We also provided a pair of pale pink window shutters used to hold the guest cards with pegs.

On the food tables we used rustic wooden pieces with white stones which were layered up on top one another with the top one holding brownies and other treats under large bell jars. Plus some mason jars for snacks and vintage cookie jars with wooden lids. Coloured enamel mugs were sprinkled in and around yummy savories and sweets with succulents.

Our favourite creation was the rustic Gluwein enamel cup holder – which was a dead wood tree with hooks and rope suspended from the ceiling of the tent.

Overall the event was a big success and even though the wind tried to blow everything and everyone away – it was overcome by warm mugs of gluwein, champagne, a delightful chill area and yummy treats and snacks for all…

These lovely pictures were taken by the talents Emma Gatland fro Em Gatland photography.