By The Farmstead

An Autumn wedding photoshoot set in the farmlands of South Eastern Victoria. Featuring stylised Autumn bouquets with designer dresses and amazing talents.
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Jyselle carries a bold red bouquet of “hot chocolate” calla lilies, spider orchids, tulips, spiky berry and cordyline foliage wrapped in a nest of dodda vine. In a display of sophistication yet tempered wildness, this unique statement bouquet was voted favourite for the day!  http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

Jyselle carries a bold red bouquet of “hot chocolate” calla lilies, spider orchids, tulips, spiky berry and cordyline foliage wrapped in a nest of dodda vine. In a display of sophistication yet tempered wildness, this unique statement bouquet was voted favourite for the day! http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

Jyselle carries a bold red bouquet of “hot chocolate” calla lilies, spider orchids, tulips, spiky berry and cordyline foliage wrapped in a nest of dodda vine. In a display of sophistication yet tempered wildness, this unique statement bouquet was voted favourite for the day!  http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

Jyselle carries a bold red bouquet of “hot chocolate” calla lilies, spider orchids, tulips, spiky berry and cordyline foliage wrapped in a nest of dodda vine. In a display of sophistication yet tempered wildness, this unique statement bouquet was voted favourite for the day! http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

The bouquets were dropped when Jenny and Ron brought their bunnies in! The couple were nice enough to supply us with Diana’s (the miniature pony) jinker in Part 1, and run a rescue organisation for wild animals. The team had a wonderful time getting to know the bunnies, and Peaches (the tan rabbit held by Asleen) even found a new home with our hair artist Jeanette!  http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

The bouquets were dropped when Jenny and Ron brought their bunnies in! The couple were nice enough to supply us with Diana’s (the miniature pony) jinker in Part 1, and run a rescue organisation for wild animals. The team had a wonderful time getting to know the bunnies, and Peaches (the tan rabbit held by Asleen) even found a new home with our hair artist Jeanette! http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

Symbolising “beauty” in the language of flowers, our model Asleen certainly did this bouquet justice! A dark trailing bouquet of “hot chocolate” calla lilies framed by mini monsteria and red cordyline leaves. A modern, refined bouquet this would suit a chic wedding style.  http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

Symbolising “beauty” in the language of flowers, our model Asleen certainly did this bouquet justice! A dark trailing bouquet of “hot chocolate” calla lilies framed by mini monsteria and red cordyline leaves. A modern, refined bouquet this would suit a chic wedding style. http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

Sweet, simple and elegant – Jyselle is featured with a bouquet of white lisianthus and dusty miller skirt. Also featuring a stunning head piece delicately hand-crafted by Feathers by Faith. In this shot we’ve set up a series of hanging photo frames which have been painted white to give a bridal touch. Our photographers put them to good use, capturing some great photos of our stunning model being “framed”.  http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

Sweet, simple and elegant – Jyselle is featured with a bouquet of white lisianthus and dusty miller skirt. Also featuring a stunning head piece delicately hand-crafted by Feathers by Faith. In this shot we’ve set up a series of hanging photo frames which have been painted white to give a bridal touch. Our photographers put them to good use, capturing some great photos of our stunning model being “framed”. http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

Jyselle carries a bold red bouquet of “hot chocolate” calla lilies, spider orchids, tulips, spiky berry and cordyline foliage wrapped in a nest of dodda vine. In a display of sophistication yet tempered wildness, this unique statement bouquet was voted favourite for the day!  http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

Jyselle carries a bold red bouquet of “hot chocolate” calla lilies, spider orchids, tulips, spiky berry and cordyline foliage wrapped in a nest of dodda vine. In a display of sophistication yet tempered wildness, this unique statement bouquet was voted favourite for the day! http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

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A wide variety of flowers have been used to give a more natural and earthy feel: brunie, hydrangea, billy buttons, hanging amaranth, green trick, soho roses, leucodendron, tulips, sea holly, snowberry and dusty miller foliage.  http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

A wide variety of flowers have been used to give a more natural and earthy feel: brunie, hydrangea, billy buttons, hanging amaranth, green trick, soho roses, leucodendron, tulips, sea holly, snowberry and dusty miller foliage. http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

A wide variety of flowers have been used to give a more natural and earthy feel: brunie, hydrangea, billy buttons, hanging amaranth, green trick, soho roses, leucodendron, tulips, sea holly, snowberry and dusty miller foliage.  http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

A wide variety of flowers have been used to give a more natural and earthy feel: brunie, hydrangea, billy buttons, hanging amaranth, green trick, soho roses, leucodendron, tulips, sea holly, snowberry and dusty miller foliage. http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

A wide variety of flowers have been used to give a more natural and earthy feel: brunie, hydrangea, billy buttons, hanging amaranth, green trick, soho roses, leucodendron, tulips, sea holly, snowberry and dusty miller foliage.  http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

A wide variety of flowers have been used to give a more natural and earthy feel: brunie, hydrangea, billy buttons, hanging amaranth, green trick, soho roses, leucodendron, tulips, sea holly, snowberry and dusty miller foliage. http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

Jyselle with a back spray of gypsophila and another of white spray roses.  http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

Jyselle with a back spray of gypsophila and another of white spray roses. http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

his may have been my favourite part of the day (apart from the bunnies!). The group photos show a collaborative effort, merging the different ideas brought throughout the day.  http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

his may have been my favourite part of the day (apart from the bunnies!). The group photos show a collaborative effort, merging the different ideas brought throughout the day. http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

his may have been my favourite part of the day (apart from the bunnies!). The group photos show a collaborative effort, merging the different ideas brought throughout the day.  http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

his may have been my favourite part of the day (apart from the bunnies!). The group photos show a collaborative effort, merging the different ideas brought throughout the day. http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

his may have been my favourite part of the day (apart from the bunnies!). The group photos show a collaborative effort, merging the different ideas brought throughout the day.  http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

his may have been my favourite part of the day (apart from the bunnies!). The group photos show a collaborative effort, merging the different ideas brought throughout the day. http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

Our spunky model Greg with a Soho rose, leucodendron, snowberry and dusty miller buttonhole.  http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

Our spunky model Greg with a Soho rose, leucodendron, snowberry and dusty miller buttonhole. http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

The bouquets were dropped when Jenny and Ron brought their bunnies in! The couple were nice enough to supply us with Diana’s (the miniature pony) jinker in Part 1, and run a rescue organisation for wild animals. The team had a wonderful time getting to know the bunnies, and Peaches (the tan rabbit held by Asleen) even found a new home with our hair artist Jeanette!  http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

The bouquets were dropped when Jenny and Ron brought their bunnies in! The couple were nice enough to supply us with Diana’s (the miniature pony) jinker in Part 1, and run a rescue organisation for wild animals. The team had a wonderful time getting to know the bunnies, and Peaches (the tan rabbit held by Asleen) even found a new home with our hair artist Jeanette! http://www.thewillowbranch.com.au/farmstead-part-2-2/

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