Emma & Reece

August 1, 2018

Byron Bay

We loved being a part of Emma and Reece’s beautiful elopement at Byron View Farm and being able to create an intimate and unique space and wedding experience to remember. 

Featuring cosy cocktail corners, dream catchers, dried palms and natural dinnerware, the set up was a perfect design for a couple after a private and personalised day. 

Emma and Reece held their wedding at Byron View Farm utilising the spacious verandah that offers some of pristine views of Byron Bay.  With an intimate setup for their cherished day, the space was filled with a Bohemian vibe of natural textures, and a monochromatic palette and earthy hues that complimented the venue. 


For the tables cape, we paired White Bentwood Chairs and White Rustic Trestles together and were set and dressed with Raffia place mats, Black linen napkins, Laguiole cutlery, and feather details. 

To accompany the dinnerware, crystal cut glasses, and black lanterns were incorporated to complete the table styling. 

Recent styling has seen a change in trends where place settings become the statement of the table as opposed to central decor and featured table florals. Instead we’re seeing layered settings and earthy features which include a charger plate, main and entree plate, textured napkin, simplistic stationery and unique cutlery. 

By focusing more on the place settings as apposed to central floral styling in the middle of the table, the floral focus can be created above the table and be more of a statement. Structural dried palms and botanicals can be used and the different heights, layers and textures of the overall styling creates a dynamic look that is a real treat to the eye.

A simplistic yet stylish setup was perfect for the intimate ceremony of Emma and Reece. The ceremony area was simple and featured a beautiful hanging dream catcher and our Round Jute Daisy rug.

Framing the ceremony were two white boho tables dressed with black lanterns and feathered details to theme back with the dining styling.

Emma and Reece’s signing area we used Natural Peacock Chairs. The perfect statement piece in keeping with the Bohemian look and complimented the natural textures in their styling.

Every celebration should have a cocktail hour to remember. Cozy areas for you and your guests to enjoy can be the highlight of the day! We set up an intimate corner on the deck featuring Natural rattan relaxer chairs, Moroccan white ottomans, Sheepskin throws, Round jute daisy rug and White boho tables.

It was the perfect winter micro wedding!

Hanging installations are the perfect way to make a statement to your reception area and can help pull your wedding design together to fill and enhance the space. 

For Emma and Reece’s hanging decor, The French Petal hung dried palms and florals entwined with Mykonos Pendant lights above the dining area. 

Other hanging features included a beautiful lace Dream Catcher Wall to accompany another detailed dream catcher to decorate the ceremony area.