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Nick and Toya’s Brisbane wedding was full of personality and thoughtful elements. From Toya’s hand-made wedding gown dripping in gorgeous detailing sewn by her grandmother, to their personalised wedding theme – ‘let love grow’. In keeping with this, the couple chose sunflower seeds as wedding gifts for their guests. “I always wanted to incorporate growth and plants in my wedding because I think it gives it a very eternal feel – so seeds were the perfect way to go,” said Toya.

Nick and Toya’s Brisbane wedding was full of personality and thoughtful elements. From Toya’s hand-made wedding gown dripping in gorgeous detailing sewn by her grandmother, to their personalised wedding theme – ‘let love grow’. In keeping with this, the couple chose sunflower seeds as wedding gifts for their guests. “I always wanted to incorporate growth and plants in my wedding because I think it gives it a very eternal feel – so seeds were the perfect way to go,” said Toya.

Why pass up an opportunity for an outdoor reception when it looks this good?

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Real Wedding: Sara & Sean

Industrial-inspired reception styling {Photography: White Images}

Guests enjoy a twilight reception at Hotel Urban Brisbane {Photography: We Are Twine }

A touch of baby's breath will give your reception a whimsical feel.

Shai and Brock's rustic reception venue at Boomerang Farm was adorned in specially-made decorations. {Photographer: Mitchell Carlin}

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Real Wedding: Caitlin and Matthew

Real Wedding: Caitlin and Matthew / Alison Jones Photography, Cairns