The bride’s lovely bouquet was suitably rustic and was a mixture of white and green kale, lisianthus, carnations, dodder and gypsophila (also known as million stars or baby’s breath).
The colour scheme of the bouquet was very natural and green with peach carnations added in for a vintage pop of colour.
Liza-Maree’s talented Aunt Anita arranged the flowers for her and even spray painted gold onto the million star bushes which looked amazing. This also coordinated with the couple’s colour scheme which had accents of gold.
Liza-Maree chose one of her closest friends to be her bridesmaid and went with her to pick out a dress of her choosing so that she would be comfortable.
After about six hours of shopping, her bridesmaid chose a gorgeous nude-beige dress that had a scoop neck and t-shirt sleeves. The textured material suited the theme of the wedding and the dress was paired with stockings and brown boots.