8 swoon-worthy Springtime pastel decor ideas for an indoor wedding
Wheeler’s Estate, housed in a charming two-storey colonial bungalow, is an idyllic spot for informal, pretty and unique wedding celebrations. On the second storey, you’ll find the 150-seat Verandah restaurant which serves Australian cuisine, while the ground floor has a cafe as well as the Grill House. To top it off, there’s even a spectacular greenhouse that’s lovely for solemnisations and cocktails.
It's a sign
A mix of pale pastels and whimsical signage (love the quote!) is the perfect romantic backdrop for your daytime celebration.
You don’t need tall towering centrepieces to make an impact. These shorter ones with lush blooms, and with a airy tulle runner, are equally stunning. Plus, they make it easier for your guests to converse across the table, too.
The place settings
Greet your guests with roses in vintage cups, as well as cutlery, at each place setting.
The dessert table
MerryLove Weddings and Florals by Benita created a blossoming indoor garden with stalks of flowers suspended from the ceiling to complement the venue’s hanging pots of leafy greens. Complete the scene with a hand-painted backdrop and swirly calligraphy (here are 9 calligraphers to check out).
The wedding cake
To suit the glorious garden theme, what better than a floral confection?
A mix of painted and exquisitely crafted (how realistic are the blooms?) sugar blooms against a pristine white backdrop, then luxed up with golden accents, exude modern romance.
For a touch of whimsy, customise your desserts to match the vintage cutlery. These macarons by Winifred Kriste Cake also featured brushed golden edible paint for a contemporary contrast against the pretty floral accents.