Bianca and Luke knew they’d found the perfect spot for their vintage-meets-industrial wedding when they came across the lofty setting of Perth’s Flour Factory. The converted 100-year-old flour mill with its inner city location, crisp white walls and soaring ceilings offered a unique setting for their day, captured by CJ Williams Photography.
With a love of soft, whimsical florals and vintage styling, Bianca had some clear ideas when it came to the direction their wedding would take. She handed the reins over to The Butcher, the Baker, the Stylist & Creator to pull it all together and was delighted with the result. “Jess did an exceptional job of styling and taking care of everything on the day, ensuring it all ran without a hitch.”
A couple of very special touches were added courtesy of a groom who wasn’t afraid to get his DIY on. Luke, a plumber by trade, created a ceremony arbour of copper pipes and spray-painted copper toolboxes to use as a wishing well.
Bianca’s advice to couples is to take the time to figure out how to incorporate their personalities into the details of their big day. “Don’t rush into planning your wedding as soon as you get engaged. Take some time (if you can) to buy some wedding magazines, browse blogs, start a Pinterest board and figure out exactly what you both like – not just what’s on trend. You want the day to be a reflection of the both of you, not just a visual masterpiece.
Images CJ Williams | Bride's Dress Through the White Door (Sally Eagle) | Bridesmaid's Dresses ASOS | Groom's Suit Roger David | Hair Kayla Marshall Bridal Hair | Makeup Emer Rose Makeup Artistry | Celebrant James Alviani | Flowers Rose & Bud | Stationery/Invitations White Ink Design Co | Venue & Catering The Flour Factory | Stylist The Butcher, the Baker, the Stylist & Creator | Lighting Micktric Events | Stamped spoon favours Whispering Metalworks |