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Wild Spanish Rose - Inspirational Wedding Shoot, NoosaFeb 02

Lindy Yewen Photography - Naturelle Wedding Flowers - Sunshine Coast

This stunning styled shoot, which was inspired by Van Morrison’s timeless classic ‘Spanish Rose’ was brought to life by a team of incredible vendors on the sands of Noosa North Shore, a long stretch of white sand, dunes and beautiful coastline on Queensland’s beautiful Sunshine Coast. The resulting images, as captured by Lindy Photography are at once edgy, modern and effortlessly cool.

The love flowing through the images from real-life couple Tal and Darren has been further enhanced by the talented team at Silk Hair & Makeup. Bridal muse Tal’s hairstyle boasts a classic Spanish flamenco influence which was further adorned with a gorgeous crystal hair comb. Her makeup was also designed in the classic theme, with modern influences and bold lip colour coordinating perfectly with the divine florals. And Darren’s hair styling is the perfect counterpart, reflecting a masculine take on ‘Grooming the Groom’ ideal for today’s modern man.

We are in awe of the beautiful bouquet created by Naturelle featuring full bloomed crimson roses, mauve and deep pink cluster roses, scented tuberoses and dainty clethra, which have been artfully combined with wild foliage of silver birch, stephanotis and zigzag succulents to create a sense of movement as the lace and ribbons dance in the wind.

We are also in love with this utterly exquisite Judy Copley backless lace gown which brings the whole theme together.

Special mention must also go to Lollie, the handsome horse model from Your Mane Event.

Enjoy xxx

Photography Lindy Photography | Florals Naturelle | HMUA Silk Hair & Makeup | Gown Judy Copley | Lollie, the Horse Your Mane Event

 

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