Bride, Dythea, is one sentimental lass. She has had her mum’s dried wedding flower crown hanging in her bedroom for years. So of course when it came to her own wedding, a flower crown was an absolute must. Knowing of this sweet sentimentality, Sunshine Coast wedding florist, Cat, from Woods & Bloom, made sure she utilised flowers that would dry and keep well, so Dythea’s crown could join her mum’s.
Dythea and her now husband, Travis, planned for their chapel wedding to have a relaxed boho style and lots of family elements to play to the bride’s sentimentality. Dythea even wore her mother’s wedding dress, which she had tailored to fit.
Images by Marinell Photography
Dythea’s flower crown was made using blooms that would dry beautifully, so hers could be displayed beside her mother’s, which she has kept for many years. So sweet!
Knowing the bride’s sentimental nature, Cat from Woods & Bloom tied her bouquet with very special vintage ribbons with the idea that Dythea could make a cushion or other keepsake from them.
The couple travelled in style to the famous One Tree Hill in Maleny in this amazing turquoise kombi from Old Skool Kombis.