Set in an incredible industrial chic venue, this modern wedding inspiration in shades of copper and burgundy is the perfect winter warmer! Rich metallic details and wild autumn-toned florals bask in atmospheric light, illuminating romantic backless gowns, elegant jewellery and refined wedding decor.
A ‘barely there’ copper pipe arbour frames the ceremony space with a corner spray of mixed florals, featuring showstopping tulips, fragrant freesias and roses, trailing Pepper berries and red dyed Billy Buttons. Copper wire lanterns filled with florals rest on gold flecked cement tinder blocks for an industrial touch. We love the beaten copper stools which double as plinths for a unique aisle entrance, framing rows of black Bentwood chairs.
Three divine wedding gowns featuring luxurious lace, chiffon and velvet are accessorised with precious jewels in rose and white gold. A delicate flower crown matched to our bride’s ruby pout is the perfect addition to her braided half-up half-down hairstyle for the reception.
Overlooking an intimate courtyard and positioned beneath a magnificent chandelier, a long wooden dining table is full of tempting texture. White ceramic plates with bead detail are laid with linen napkins and marbled copper menus. Pillar candles in geometric hurricane vases and reflective tea light holders nestled amongst richly hued blooms add a magic glow!
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Location: Queensland | Photography: Raconteur Photography | Venue: Factory 51 | Coordination: The Wedding Playbook | Styling: Inspired by Love Events | Flowers: New England Flower Co. | Stationery: Creo Design | Marble Chargers, Cutlery, Glassware & Plateware: Brandition | Peacock Chair, Vintage Rugs & Poofs: Berry Vintage | Gowns: Begitta | Jewellery: Starfire Jewellery | Hair & Makeup: Velbella | Model: Karli McGunigle