A Lovestoned Soiree

 

 

Lovestoned Bridal was born as a social media platform, providing brides-to-be a daily source of inspiration for all things bridal, luxe & desirable. In May 2019 after spending a year developing and designing our website and working out what we wanted to offer our followers, Lovestond launched as an online inspirational LUXE collective showcasing hand selected bridal brands, sharing bridal blogs full of

inspirational ideas, designer interviews and new designer collections, along with showcasing real weddings submissions.

 

At Lovestoned we want to ensuring that the brands and businesses that are apart of the LSB family are in keeping in with the LOVESTONED aesthetic and what we know you, our beautiful brides are drawn to and will inspire you when collecting inspo for your ultimate wedding.

We endure our feed is not repetitive and that it covers a diverse range of images, styles and brands.

 

Which leads us to our stunning Lovestoned Soiree which we held last week in Byron Bay. The heart of where so many wedding take place in Australia. And where we feel hosts some the best wedding industry brands, that we are so happy to have apart of our directory and Family, but this was also a chance for us to connect with new brands and faces.

 

We wanted to celebrate all the creative, talented, inspiring and incredible women who contribute to making your wedding day complete. These ladies put their heart and soul into each and every event set up they do. You won't often see their faces as they are behind the scenes.

 

Let us transport you into a tuscan inspired set up of sunset tones , on a perfect balmy afternoon filled with hazy sunlight, cocktails, luxe grazing, deep in the hinterland of one of the region’s most dreamy elopement locations Temple Farm House.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Temple farm House, is set atop the rolling hills of Nashua, just a few minutes from the township of Bangalow. Aside from the obvious astounding backdrop, the property offers 75 acres to explore with complete privacy and seclusion. The fire pit is a winner for groups, not to mention the 25-metre lap pool!

 

Sleeping up to 9 people, this isn’t just a luxury accommodation venue. Templefarm House has recently teamed up with Elope, to offer magical micro-weddings of up to 20 people. Elope creates seriously jaw-dropping intimate occasions which enjoy all the formalities of a traditional wedding, just on a smaller scale. So of course it was a must when we decided to host our event at Temple.

 

The styling of soft and modern details, embellished with tints of peach, apricot, and terracotta against earthy characteristics of marble, clay pots and crystals was dreamed up by Nikau Flower Bar and The Wedding Shed. We absolutely love this sunset palette which we’re hoping to see a lot more of this wedding season. 

 

 

COORDINATION – Lovestoned Bridal STYLING – Elope Byron Bay DECOR HIRE – The Wedding Shed VENUE – Templefarm House GRAZING – Fig Tree Restaurant FLORALS – Nikau Flower Bar PHOTOGRAPHY – Beck Rocchi Photography SIGNAGE & STATIONERY – Bridge + Co. Designs COCKTAILS – The Everleigh Bottling Co MAGAZINES – Together Journal EARRINGS – Maison Roe