It’s a very exciting time for us at Oak & Linden. We’ve been busy making flowers and styling for some amazing photoshoots so we thought we’d share some behind the scenes snaps.
The first was way back in March when we were lucky enough to work with the very talented photographers, Brett and Kristie, from Byron Loves Fawn.
The engagement shoot took place in the beautiful gardens of Red Cow Farm near Berrima. We used two of our favourite props- a beautiful hand carved screen and a wooden swing, both of which were adorned with draping flowers and eucalyptus. We also created a floral crown and a floral headband for the bride-to-be.
Not long after this we installed the flowers and styling for an amazing vintage styled wedding. We had been designing this one for months, creating custom tablecloths and hunting high and low for antique lamps, even travelling to the Blue Mountains to collect one! We were so excited to finally install this wedding! How we wish we could share the ‘official’ photography- but until its released you’ll have to suffer our horrible iPhone snaps once more.
Skipping forward to April, the next shoot we did was an amazing equestrian themed wedding inspiration shoot at the Sydney Polo Club. It was such an honour to work beside some of the best in the industry;
With so many contributors, it is needless to say that a lot of hard work and organising went into bringing this shoot to life. One highlight was definitely getting to meet with Dewi from Sweet Bloom. We chatted away for ages and I was lucky enough to sample her delicious desserts. Whilst there, I couldn’t help but snap some shots of the amazing creations on display.
So once again we were off to the flower markets at 5 am to select our blooms for the shoot.
Stylist: Oak And Linden (www.oakandlinden.com.au)
Fashion: The Barefaced Bride (www.thebarefacedbride.com.au)
Cake: it’s a cake thing (www.itsacakething.webs.com)
Makeup/Hair: Candice Lee (www.candicelee.com.au)
Model: Jessica Moran
Florist: Petal and Pod (www.petalandpod.com.au)
Accessories: Bespoke by Renee (www.bespokeboutique.com.au)
Props: Ashdown and bee (www.ashdownandbee.com)