Having worked previously with Eloise's incredibly talented sister in law, Rouba (The founder of Leïlah as well as founder & former owner of Manyara Home), on a number of occasions, I knew that Eloise & Bobby's creative vision for their wedding was going to be bohemian, luxurious and poetic.
With delicate hand-scribbles and indie handmade papers featuring amongst feathers, agate and stone styled by Rouba; Eloise & Bobby's wedding mixed delicate textures and neutral tones to create a modern bohemian wonderland within the walls of Sydney's iconic La Porte Space, Rosebery.
Each table setting featured a unique & agate stone with the guest's name delicately inscribed that acted as both their place card and wedding favour. Delicate, hand scribbled quotes on indie handmade paper punctuated the table centrepieces; sitting amongst candles, stones, crystals & shells in white & neutral tones. The black glass cloche boxes holding them, perfectly framed the textures and tones; introducing an element of black to ground each centrepiece.
The seating chart was stripped back; an A3 chart with guests names in all lower-case and supported with delicate hand scribbles.
Venue | La Porte Space
Photographer | Matt Godkin
Stylist | Rouba Alamein of Leilah
Stationery & Signage | The Blackline Bottega
Dress | Denisse M Vera
Caterers | Gallivant
On a side note, Eloise & Bobby were the most divine couple to work with — they both radiate with kindness. And although El didn't include herself as make-up artist in the suppliers list, I can say without a doubt, she would be a joy to work with on your wedding day. You can find her make up artistry business here.
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