James Jason Design created a truly memorable wedding experience at The Great Hall at Sydney University. History and heritage was fused with modernity as the rich colours of the breathtaking floral designs came to life against the venue’s sandstone walls, marble floor and cedar wood arched roof.
The wedding concept was a fusion of the groom’s colourful South American background and the bride’s Middle Eastern heritage. Combined, the result was a resplendent feat of colour and texture where flowers spilled over tables and candles glowed to create a banquet atmosphere.
A dynamic and vibrant colour scheme included pink, deep orange, purple and red amongst structural greenery and cascading foliage. One of the wedding’s statement pieces was the 12-metre canopy surrounding the bridal table. There was an abundance of hydrangeas, ferns, roses, orchids, dahlias, maple leaf, asparagus fern, olive branches and cascading foliage.
The exceptional wedding cake was presented on an oak table with a gilded gold mirror. There were 3 bespoke, hand painted cakes embellished with gold leaf geometric shapes and surrounded by a riot of colourful flowers.
Despite the size and scale of the venue, James Jason Design was able to create an intimacy with the daring and luxurious floral designs that seemed to transport guests to an enchanted place.
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