Designing and Decorating Weddings & Events

Splash Events 10 years

Styled Shoots

Coordination - Wild Heart Weddings
Venue - Private Property, Maleny
Styling -Splash Events
Flowers - Willow Bud
Videography - BXCSMXTH
Catering - Noosa Catering
Cake -Sweet P Cakes and Cookies
Stationery - Splash Events
Hair - Evalyn Parsons Hair
Make Up -Natalie Hunter Makeup Artist
Gown - Judy Copley Bridal
Suit -Suits Direct
Models -Sam Dean and Marlene Paine




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Featured in Volume 9, 2016 Sunshine Coast Brides Magazine

Photographer - Bliss Photography by Leah

Flowers - Lilacs for Lucy

Venue - Sofitel Noosa


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Florist - Flax Flower Collective
Photographer - Shea Estella Photography
Dress - Grace Loves Lace
Hair - Evalyn Parsons Hair
Make up - Tasleema Nigh
Cake - Sugar Allure
Stationary - The Wondery
Jewellery - Salita Matthews
Model - Monique at Wink Models
Style shoot featured on White Magazine
https://whitemag.com/blog/one-with-the-ocean/


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Publisher: The Bride’s Tree
Photography: Jennifer Oliphant Photographer
Reception Venue & Catering: Rickys
Styling, Decor & Stationery: Splash Events
Floral Designs: Heavenly Blooms
Cake: SweetP Cakes & Cookies
Hair: Hair By Nicola
Makeup: Kate Ellen Makeup Artistry
Dress & shoes: Erin Clare Couture
Jewellery: Cherrywood Designs
Suit: Suits Direct
Celebrant: Kath Tilly Wedding Celebrant
Models: Tristan & Krystal


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This organic boho wedding style has a natural colour palette with bronze, copper, golds and vibrant pops of untamed floral accents. Imagine a crafted macramé backdrop partnered with hanging pots of handpicked blooms and a cosy, romantic intimate setting of mismatched ottomans, floor cushions and vintage chairs to give a relaxed and free spirited style to your wedding.

Featured in Volume 8, 2016 Sunshine Coast Brides Magazine
Photographer - Studio Sixty Photography
Flowers - Heavenly Blooms
Venue - Yandina Station
Cake - Eden Cakes & Cupcakes


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This Rustic Beach style theme is inspired by the colours of the ocean with soft blues, driftwood beige, stormy greys and cloudy whites. The setting of your wedding tells a story of a seaside wedding where modern, natural and coastal elements mingle together, creating a natural organic styling concept.

Featured in Volume 7, 2015 Sunshine Coast Brides Magazine
Photographer - Karen Buckle;
Floral - Blooms of Noosa; 
Venue - Noosa Main Beach & Bistro C


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This style is a mix of contemporary sophistication with a touch of drama, mystery and intrigue, focussing on a base of black and gold with bold patterns, textures and sunbursts of colour. Think about black timber, beautiful ceramic vases and gold topped glassware, patterned linen, and black accented goblets to add interest and texture.

Featured in Volume 8, 2016 Sunshine Coast Brides Magazine
Photographer - Calli B Photography
Flowers - Blooms of Noosa
Venue - Noosa Waterfront Restaurant
Cake - Cake Designs


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The boho wedding style is so versatile, ranging from casual beach to a romantic french countryside, or a quirky whimsical woodland festival. Layered with texture, prints and plenty of colour and free-spirited prettiness. This romantic, relaxed, colourful, nature inspired theme is an eclectic mix of the hippie, nomad and gypsy lifestyle with a touch of artistic flair

Featured on The Brides Tree Blog
Photographer - Shane Shepherd
Floral supplied by Blooms of Noosa

 

 


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Capture the elegance, romance, sophistication and whimsy of the 1920’s with soft pastel colours, aged glass vases, flickering candlelight and lace details to give a vintage vibe. We mix gold and silver elements with Hollywood glamour, cascading floral arrangements and vintage china, to evoke a feeling of the grandeur of yesteryear.

Featured on The Brides Tree Blog
Photographer - Andrea Sproxton Photography
Florist - Willow Bud
Venue - Camellia House


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Hola! To a rustic country setting, we bring all of the glorious glamour of a Mexican Fiesta-themed wedding with Mexican prints, vines and flowers. Guests will know where to go from the simple Spanish signage, and the rustic elements are highlighted with wooden crates overflowing with gorgeous richly coloured floral blooms.

Featured on the Brides Tree Blog
Venue - Yandina Station
Florist - Blooms of Noosa
Photographer - Robeccer McLean (Adori Studios


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