Whimsical charm

Whimsical charm meets woodland luxe in this seasonal affair

Winter has certainly arrived here in Australia, and there’s no better way to celebrate the cosy season than with some romantic wedding imagery that will warm and gratify your deepest senses. With pretty weddings like this to be had in winter right here in Melbourne, who’s even thinking of a Mediterranean vacation? (Not us, that’s for sure!) A winter wedding evokes a certain kind of whimsical charm, which was exactly our inspiration behind this May editorial. Teaming up with event photographer extraordinaire Kas Richards, LENZO dived into woodland luxe with our take on a romantic seasonal wedding at one of our favourite Melbourne venues, the Yarra Valley Estate. Come and embrace the frosty season with us now, and shop the looks directly from our marketplace!

The wedding ceremony

Yarra Valley Estate was the perfect place in which to host our intimate pastel winter wedding: just look at this incredible open air chapel! With lush natural greenery providing a stunning backdrop, we didn’t really need to do much to enhance the space. Our colour palette was blush pink and white, which we incorporated easily through the decorations, stationery, flowers, and furniture. We used classic Bentwood resin chairs from Dann Event Hire for the guests, while Pickawall provided the white aisle runner decal. (Hot tip: A floor decal is a great alternative to carpet!) Check out that custom timber sign at the end of the aisle, generously provided by our friends at Sketch & Etch! It’s a cute little touch at your ceremony that also doubles as a great keepsake for afterward!   And we know you’ve been peeping at those gorgeous florals that lined the aisles and the window frames: they were provided by none other than the incredibly talented Flowers by Brett Matthew John (and you can bet they smelled even more delicious than they looked!)     https://www.lenzo.com.au/blog/a-romantic-pastel-winter-wedding
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