Stylish Wedding with a Hint of Moody in Australia’s Historic Guildhall

You know when the most epic party just perfectly falls into place? Yea, well Brooke and Brett’s gorgeous wedding in Australia was just like that. With the food and beverages being the main focal point you know their guests were in for a treat! Australia’s Historic Guildhall set the stage, and then paired with deep crimson red roses, dried botanicals and orchids, Sir Botanical created the ultimate moody wedding. The stylish bride is rocking a gorgeous two piece look and we feel like we were there thanks to the stunning photos by Flossy Photo.

bride and groom smiling during their ceremony in Australia

 

lush and textured bridal bouquet with red roses and orchids

bride laughing with her bridesmaids

groom getting ready portrait

bridal look details with a tie back

How did your fiancé propose?
We had planned to go for early drinks down at Bathers Beach, where he proposed on the jetty at sunset. My parents and brother then came and met us for celebration bubbles. The bubbles then turned into a night of copious amounts sakè and cocktails with some of our closest friends.

Where did you find inspiration for your wedding?
We wanted a wedding that felt like a big party. We didn’t focus on wedding trends or traditions, so we just went with styling that suited us – there was absolutely no plan, it just sort of all fell together!

 

dark and moody ceremony location in a historic Australian bar, Guildhall

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How did you choose your wedding venue?
We knew we wanted to get married at Guildhall after enjoying many Sunday afternoons in their courtyard. We didn’t even look anywhere else – it was the ideal venue for us.

bride walking down the aisle with her father

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father of the bride laughing as he stops at the end of the aisle with the groom

bride and groom holding their son during the ceremony

crimson red rose floral installation

Inspiration for your color palette?
I had no color pallet in mind! It was winter, so I was drawn to the moodier colors and after seeing previously Sir Botanical using black roses with gold accents, I knew I could let them do their thing and it will be amazing – and oh, boy they delivered.

bride and groom laugh during their ceremony

 

bride and groom looking out the window with their son after their wedding in Australia

 

Were there any specific elements that were important to include?
For us, it was all about the good food and drink – another reason we chose Guildhall because Propeller catered the food and they are just incredible, the wine selection was incredible too. We wanted to make sure our son, Archie, was included in the wedding – and he made one cute paige boy.

square wedding cake with red rose details

guests cheer as the bride and groom dance in Australia's Guildhall event space

reception food at Guildhall event space in Australia

bride and groom wedding portrait

Ok so this wedding looks like so much FUN and when you pair it with your fav hangout spot at Australia’s Guildhall you know you’re in for a good time. Since we’re such big fans of the crimson red roses, this fall wedding with lots of velvet burgundy just HAD to be next in line. Because, obviously.

Wedding Vendors:
Photographer: Flossy Photo
Celebrants: Sarah Thompson Celebrant
Florals: Sir Botanical
Venue: Guildhall
DJ: DJ Aslan
Skirt: Morrison
Top: Lola Varma
Suit: MJ Bale
Wedding Bands: Julia Deville and Lee Brennan
Makeup: Jacqui Bradfield
Hair: TXC Collective

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