A version of this article was first published on the wedding playbook blog.

Sentani Boutique came together to collaborate with some incredible local Queensland vendors, to create this gorgeous mid-century themed spring/summer wedding editorial. The combination of refreshing vintage blues, orange hues and flashes of red will have you pining for the warmer weather in no time!


The gorgeous Bridal model is wearing our satin Grace Wedding dress, with a 50’s inspired birdcage veil and oversized bow. The Groom on the other hand sports a grey suit with bright floral tie and pocket square. They both paired their looks with crushed velvet and refreshing grapefruit cocktails.

Aside from the colour choice, the shoot also dons a mid-century sunburst patterning; which is brought to life through the stationary, ceremony backdrop and at the reception tables.

The wedding tables are laden first with contrasting linens, then gold beaded chargers and cutlery, embossed glass tumblers, vibrant bud vases and tonal tapered candles. The seasonally selected menu is also full of colour.


The wedding cake continues the theme with its powder blue tier, cascading floral blooms and golden rays. Once cut, it reveals a deliciously light sponge cake layered with fresh strawberries and cream – you can’t get any more summer than that!


Photography: Match Made Photography | Venue & Catering: Sandstone Point Hotel | Planning & Styling: Forever A Moment Events | Stationery: Sunny Roots Creative Co. (Design) & Paper Lust Co (Printing) | Flowers: Rosewood Flower Studio | Decor Hire: Ever After Weddings & EventsThe Hour Glass House & Adorn Event Hire | Ceremony Furniture: Willow Wood Hire | Reception Seating: Brandition | Linen: Simmons Linen Hire | Cake: Cake by Susanne | Wedding Dress: Sentani Bridal and Evening Wear (Ceremony) & Oh Hello Bride (Reception) | Accessories: Jasmine Jones New York Accessories | Hair & Makeup: Lauren Cooper Makeup | Menswear: Wil Valor | Models: Zoya Santilli & Joseph Pattison

July 27, 2021 — Sentani Boutique

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