Botanical Olive Farm Wedding by Justin Davis | SouthBound Bride

Botanical Olive Farm Wedding by Justin Davis | SouthBound Bride


When someone in the wedding and events industry gets married, it can feel like a lot of pressure - I often say that if it was me, I'd probably just elope. But at its best, wedding insiders' weddings get to be a celebration of the talent and friendship that they have built up over the years, a coming together of creativity and ideas where the sum of the whole is greater than its parts. And in the case of today's wedding - that of The Table Cloth Hiring Company's Rebecca and her hubby Craig, that sum is pretty great indeed. In fact, I kind of felt like this wedding had fallen straight down from heaven into my lap when Rebecca sent it over, since it's not only game-changer gorgeous, but also couldn't fit in more perfectly with our 'Greenhouse' theme for July. I ADORE Rebecca and Craig's take on botanical - the hanging greenery, the Easter egg nests, the gorgeous and unusual flower choices, the wood and moss and copper elements, and of course the printed tablecloths! The setting was a family olive farm, and I loved the way that even the bridesmaids' robes fitted into the look and feel, and yet despite coming together perfectly, the whole day is unfussy and natural. It was SO hard to narrow down decor pics so I went to town a bit - enjoy. After all, it's always a pleasure to look at a few more of Justin Davis' lovely photos!

Wedding Details
My father in-law is an avid birdwatcher so we tried to incorporate this into the décor. We also had a few sunflowers, a simple reminder of my late brother, hung from the trees at the reception. My mother in-law yarn bombed the trees at the entrance to the farm, to add a little 'hippy joy'.
We wanted our guests to have fun and tried to avoid too many formalities. We had beer on-tap, a beer-pong/table tennis table and a constant flow of great cappuccinos, bubbles and wine. To keep things simple we did not assign seats, but rather let our guests choose where they wanted to sit at their assigned table.

You can see more from this wedding on Justin Davis' blog.

Venue: The Little Farm | Catering: Kings Catering | Photography: Justin Davis Photography | Videography: Dutch Tulip Productions | Cake: Helen Rivett (cousin) | Flowers & décor: Leipzig; Sorrento; Something Different | Stationery: Blooming Wonderful | Bride's dress: Maggie Sottero at Eve's Bridalwear | Groom's attire: Country Road | Hiring: Banks R&L; Exclusive Hire; Red Hot Events; Urban Tonic | Entertainment: Acoustic Element and DJ Neil Benjamen | Barista: Gourmet Carts

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