Eddie and I had foraged the coastline a few days previously and collected Spinifex, little sculptural star-like grasses and the softest cat-tail grasses with pale pink tips. With these, we created a nest-like sculpture to suspend and add another form to the canopy. I had noticed some tall wild fennel growing on the roadside on the way back from the markets so headed on in with my clippers, being careful to avoid the spiders.
The 2 long tables were dotted with glass vases filled with blooms, light and delicate, the stems playing with scale and height to echo the cloud-like canopy above. Miniature Orchids and Anthurium flowers added another elegant focal point behind the bride and groom. As the sun went down, the shadows and candle light were even more pronounced. It was an honour to do this for them on that amazing day.