Becoming One Magazine: Wild Woodland Solstice

Becoming One Magazine: Wild Woodland Solstice


The Summer Solstice also known as midsummer, was the inspiration behind this enchanting woodland elopement session, captured by Translucent Photography in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland at Montville Country Cabins. Nature became the centre of Studio B. Couture’s concept and a palette of warm blushes and corals were combined with crystals, moss and organic textures from Belinda of Husk and Vine, to create a truly magical midsummers celebration. Florist and co-stylist Malindri of Peridot Pretty, used this palette to create a wild backdrop that drew the eye from the earth to the sky celebrating the natural surroundings and highlighting the beauty of the floral design.

The bride looking radiant in a Luna Willow gown with a custom Peridot Pretty floral crown, with hair and makeup by Emilia Maria Makeup + Hair, as she rode into her ceremony on horseback courtesy of Your Mane Event. The highlight of this elopement however was Luna the Barn Owl, who assisted the Celebrant Fiona from Coastal Weddings, by flying the rings down the aisle and staying for a few amazing portraits afterwards.

We are in awe of the details in this elopement session; from the stunning black wedding cake by Wild Child Cakes, to the horses of Your Mane Event, and majestic barn owl from Raptor Vision, we just know you will be as well. Make sure you head to the website to see the full gallery of images from this talented team of Queensland and New South Wales vendors.

Photography: Translucent Photography | Videographer: Top Choi Productions | Venue: Montville Country Cabins | Concept, Stationer & Co-Styling: Studio B. Couture | Floral Desigs & Co-Styling: Peridot Pretty Furniture&Décor:HuskandVine| Celebrant:FionaofCoastal Weddings Cake Artist: Wild Child Cakes | Bridal Couture: Luna Willow Bridal

Hair & Makeup: Emilia Maria Makeup + Hair | Grooms Attire: Wil Valor Horses: Your Mane Event | Luna the Barn Owl: Raptor Vision
Bride: Keiarna Kerr | Groom: Stevie Mac




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