Donna & Brett at Shelly Beach, Manly


Images by Daniel Griffiths Photography


Image by Daniel Griffiths Photography


Image by Daniel Griffiths Photography


Image by Daniel Griffiths Photography


Image by Daniel Griffiths Photography

Donna and Brett were married at sparkly Shelly Beach, Manly, in September last year. Being an outdoors-y pair who love to bushwalk, they wanted to include Australian natives, especially flannel flower, in their bridal party flowers.

The bouquets included said flannel (I love those soft little guys), white waratah, eriostemon, silver tetragona nuts, cute mini gum foliage and kangaroo paw, as well as non-Aussie ranuncs, sweet pea, white anemone, hypericum berry and blushing bride.

The little pops of red flowers and red nails worked really well against the bridesmaids’ blue dresses.

The groomsmen each had a different buttonhole with a mixture of bits and pieces from the bouquets. Love making things not so matchy-matchy. It looks good.

Daniel Griffiths Photography
took all the lovely shots above.

At the risk of sounding like a broken record but… I loved doing these flowers.

Congratulations to Donna and Brett. xxx