“It was a February wedding, so we looked to darker tones, mixing deep, moody colors with yellows and pinks for the perfect tropical winter palette," recalls planner Louise Moriarty of Love Letter Wedding. “The idea was a tropical theme with a twist. We nailed it with the owers, the amazing lounge and the fun table settings. Being a part of epic days like this one make my heart full.”
The centerpieces were a mix of king protea, antheriums, monstera, eucalyptus, ferns, and roses.
The ceremony featured a “floating” arch, with the aisle strewn with foraged rose petals.
The two-tiered coconut cake with passionfruit filling by A Cake Life was trimmed with fresh flowers.
Love Letter Weddings created the hand-painted monstera leaf escort cards displayed on macramé panels from Roam Rentals.
A basket holds packets of petals for guests to toss.
The sweetheart table was anchored by a pair of vintage peacock chairs.
The welcoming bar area.
The groom’s father performed a traditional Hawaiian salt ceremony.
Monstera, roses and pincushion adorn a chair.
An haute hippie mix of bamboo and teak chairs, Persian rugs, accent cushions and a Moroccan leather pouf.