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Natasha and Tom had a traditional church ceremony followed by a reception at Alto, a stunning contemporary venue in Melbourne CBD where they asked us to bring the space to life. We were thrilled to see this lucky couple get married earlier this year with little to no disruption to their wedding plans amid a global pandemic and are excited to share their gallery of images with you today. 

Natasha wore a spectacularly detailed gown designed by Craig Braybrook, perfectly complemented by a naturally styled bouquet of blush and soft nude roses. Her maids wore blush pink dresses with shoes to match and carried bouquets like the bride’s but injected with white roses. 

The bride and groom requested their reception venue be styled with masses of luscious foliage dotted with crisp white blooms for a modern look. Natasha and Tom, along with their guests, were seated at two long tables extending the length of the venue. The tables were set with crisp white linen contrasting with black Tiffany chairs to match the couple’s contemporary black wedding stationery. 

On each of the dining tables, our team styled masses of mixed foliages including gum, fern. peppercorn and ivy on top of modern gold stands. Lighting was suspended between each of the foliage arrangements highlighting clear glass bud vases filled with open white rose blooms. The table setting was illuminated with tea light candles in glass votives finished with gold leaf. On the bar sat a beautiful arrangement to match consisting of massed mixed foliage, open white roses and cascading white phalaenopsis orchid blooms styled in a brushed gold vase. 

Thank you, Natasha & Tom, for having us play a part in your special day!

Photography by Theodore & Co Photographers