Bone & Willow - for all your styling and creative needs.
Here you can find a close snapshot of some of the weddings, events and projects that B&W has been a part of.
When we aren't styling we are busy creating and designing homewares and gifts - a reflection of things we love and how we feel!
Head to our shop "Home Heart Soul" to check it all out. Make sure you visit often as we will be updating it regularly!
A church caLLED HOME
Styling for the Pastors of A Church Called Home's website was a lot of fun. Both Seb and Aimee were relaxed and easy to work with. You can check out the website here for more pictures of the styling and information on this church and their vision!
Our second birth announcement with Bone & Willow. This little cutie is Ezekiel who was such a good boy for us, it's not easy being a model at only a few weeks old! We may have had a slight poop incident (no wraps or booties were harmed in the process) but we managed to get some really cute pictures of this sweetie along with his beautiful mum too! Full photo shoot pics coming soon!
Hong & Josh - March 2017
Getting married in a local church rose garden, Hong and Josh exchanged vows under a canopy of white, lavender and pale blue flowers. The reception was held at a cute little Italian restaurant where the tables where lined with fairy lights, candles wrapped in lavender and an abundance of greenery. We took the flower canopy to the reception and placed it behind the bridal table. It really brought the whole space alive, and added to the overall look of the venue!
MArni & Reece - October 2016
Silos Estate in Berry NSW was the setting for this couples big day. A fun and relaxed vibe was the brief; with Singapore orchids, blue hydrangeas and white roses for foliage with silver and glitter highlights! The Estate's vineyard gave an amazing backdrop for the loved up couple, and when the rain set in it gave the whole look a beautiful haze that just added to the magic of the day.
Adam & Adriana - August 2015
Adam and Adriana wanted a winter wedding, but wanted to keep it classy, elegant whist maintaining warmth and glow from candles and natural elements. We stuck to a pallet of whites, greys and a few pops of navy blue - which all tied in nicely with this wintry theme. The reception was held at Curzon Hall, if you haven't seen this venue yet - you should!
To see the Pinterest board that served as inspiration click here.
Jeremy & Amanda - Baby SHower 2014
This was the baby shower for myself and Jeremy. We decided to hold a coed baby shower, and kept it casual with finger food and lots of "big people drinks" - I had none of those. I chose a pallet of aquas and peaches, as we had not announced the gender of our baby. We ended the afternoon with a gender reveal cake, which was such a nice moment to share with family and friends! To see the Pinterest board that served as inspiration click here.
Z. Cosmetics - photoshoot
My good friend Zoe is launching her very own cosmetics and skincare range, she is also a very talented makeup artist (MUA). I had the honour of styling the set and directing the photoshoot. We went with bright fun colours and really had a lot of fun on the day! To see the Pinterest board that served as inspiration click here.
Holroyd Gardens - Collaboration
I have been lucky enough to team up with the amazing team at Holroyd Gardens. They offer ceremony packages for couples to hold their nuptials, and have asked me to join their team to offer beautiful and elegant styling packages!
To see the full details of the packages click here.
Paul & Mallory - October 2015
Paul & Mallory chose to hire a lot of their reception decorations from Fresh Creative. They asked me to put everything together for them and add a few personal touches to their special day. I created the giant letters and love heart, which added a nice touch behind the bridal table, along with personal '#signs' and extra lighting.
Paul and Mallory's reception was held at Gledswood Homestead and Winery.
Albert & Sandy - November 2015
Albert and Sandy were married at Appin House, and the reception followed in the homestead. Sandy's favourite colour is purple, so it was a prominent feature throughout the day. Fairylights and candles were added to the outdoor ceremony area, and really made the night look twinkly and magical. To see the Pinterest board that served as inspiration click here.
This is the offical birth announcement that I styled for my son Alfie. I styled and edited the photo, and the photographer was my brother Nick. Contact me if you would like your very own baby stats/ birth announcement and we can style one just for your family!
Oke & Zoe - March 2016
The reception for Oke and Zoe was held at Oatlands House. A stunning room surrounded by white sandstone walls and floor to ceiling glass windows.
My famous flower canopy which featured an abundance of white flowers and soft green shrubbery along with silver candelabras, white and grey fragrant candles, tall white pedestals with flowers and orchid trees adorned the tables throughout the venue. To see the Pinterest board that served as inspiration click here.
I styled this maternity shoot myself, which was no small feat as I was 35 weeks along and very big!
I kept the styling simple, as it was held in our bedroom and I didn't want it to look unrealistic. Everything you see is what is actually in our room. I asked my brother and partner (both talented photographers) to capture these candid moments. Each photographer had their own perspective and style.
bRIDAL shOWER - fEBRUARY 2016
This Bridal Shower was fun, girly and very floral! The Bridesmaids wanted to host a high tea, so we incorporated lots of candles and cute little teacups and teapots into the decorations. A mixture of fresh and artifical flowers really lifted the environment. To see the Pinterest board that served as the inspiration click here.
fIRST bIRTHDAY pARTY - dECEMBER 2015
My son turned one last year so of course I themed his party out. He was really into trains (still is actually) so we had to go with a train theme! It also was really cute, because my partner and Alfie's big brother for their first birthdays, each had a train cake - Alfie had to have one too! As more adults were coming (lets face it the first birthday is for the parents!) the colour pallette was sage green, copper, white and black. The day was a lot of fun! To see the Pinterest board that served as inspiration click here.