This Darwin tropical-inspired wedding took place at Pee Wees at the Point with gorgeous beach views over Fannie Bay.
Stunning bride Jacqui carried a bridal bouquet of orchids, anthuriums and tropical leaves in a sultry colour palette, proving that tropical flowers don't have to be garishly bright. Jacqui was accompanied down the aisle by a pair of sweet flower girls carrying petite posies of exotic blooms. Groom Rowan wore a lapel boutonniere of mokara orchid in burnt orange.
The timber ceremony arbour was positioned on Pee Wees's lawns against the beautiful blue ocean backdrop and clad with huge palm fans and monstera deliciosa leaves, along with cascading phalaenopsis orchids and pink heliconias.
The reception tables were dressed with garlands of palms and tropical foliage. Turtle leaves, anthurium leaves, dracaena, monstera and golden cane fronds were all used to create the garlands. Candleholders with floating candles and bright white linen completed the clean and classic wedding look.
See more from this flower-filled wedding, including the photo backdrop with the bride and groom's name in neon lights, behind the scenes with our florists on location and the beautiful bridal party.
photos: Territory Weddings