OUT NOW | The Bride’s Tree Magazine Volume 19 / Spring 2016


The Sunshine Coast wedding industry is in full swing with wedding season firmly upon us. Spring is always a busy time of year for weddings in our little piece of Queensland wedding paradise. We know there are a whole lotta brides out there now realising that a mere 12 months remain until their turn to walk down the aisle, so planning is underway as well. That’s why it’s the perfect time for our Spring edition of The Bride’s Tree free online bridal magazine to enter your life. 

lindy_photography-wildheart_shoot-282-small-copyElegant in the Country

This, our 19th edition, will have you positively dripping with ideas as you pore over the whole 102 pages of pretty. We kick off with a quaint country wedding with a kind of high end, yet effortlessly elegant wedding inspiration shoot held at a newly available private property. This is the first time this venue has been photographed, so we are quite chuffed to have the scoop on this stone cottage in the hinterland, boasting an horizon fringed with an abundance of treetops. Rich and stately furniture pieces met with simple elegant cakes and impressive floral arrangements to create a country wedding style in the Sunshine Coast hinterland that is both contemporary and timeless. 



The Bedouin Bride

We found our bridal magazine cover shot from this organic beach bridal inspiration shoot. The Bedouin Bride features a raw style with a canvas tipi in the dunes, a horse and just to round things up to exceptional, drone aerial shots of Shelly Beach in Caloundra. Oh, did I mention the bouquet of coral poppies? Pinch me now. 



Aislinn + Tom’s Marquee Wedding

The hero of this wedding is by far the floral arrangements that we are still having trouble tearing our eyes away from. Every time it’s gazed upon, this floral chandelier reveals yet another delicious detail. The rest of the couple’s marquee wedding set on the grounds of a stunning old Maleny homestead is pretty darn special, too. 



Sunshine + Happiness

If you want to infuse a little sunshine into your wedding by using the happiest of colour themes, this is how you do it. A yellow wedding is a challenge to get right – it’s all about using the right blooms in quantities that still leave room for elegance. Mission accomplished at this shoot at Sunshine Coast hinterland wedding venue, Weddings at Tiffany’s



Catching Dreams + Fading Stars

When conventional isn’t in your repertoire, teaming vintage-inspired furniture with fur and lace and dream catchers on the beach is completely within the scope of idiosyncratic wedding styling. On the sand at serene Currimundi Lake this dreamy, sensual bridal inspiration took place. The film, found within the pages of our online magazine, is a must-watch.  



Hi, I’m Sally, Founder and Editor of The Bride’s Tree. Over the past 13 years I’ve written thousands of articles about all things wedding from tips and trends to etiquette and ideas. On this blog I bring you the best of Sunshine Coast and Brisbane weddings.