The Gladstone News team were so inspired by this stunning wedding shoot on Heron Island we had to share it with our readers.
These photographs taken on Heron Island are the result of a creative collaboration between Michelle Wilson from Ginger Says, Teresa Price from Little House of Beauty, Sarah Lette Photography, and Gladstone Bridal Boutique.
As you can see the results of this collaboration are just stunning. I chatted to Michelle about the Heron Island shoot and her stunning artificial bridal bouquets.
Michelle said shoot came about after she approached the General Manager of Heron Island with the concept that the businesses combined could provide everything a couple would need to have their wedding on Heron Island. Michelle said that the businesses would be available to work together as a team or would be available to work individually as required.
Ginger Says was born from Michelle’s passion for beautiful things! A sentiment shared by the entire Ginger Says team, “We want to make an impact when the gift is received, for the recipient to feel special, to marvel at the way it’s wrapped and be even more excited when they see what’s inside. We are looking for the wow factor in everything we create. Spreading happiness one gift at a time!” Michelle said.
Since introducing the artificial flower range Michelle’s artistic talents now include making unique and beautiful floral creations that leave bridal parties and guests amazed!
Michelle said she provides a full design service taking into account the style of dress, bridal party colours, wedding theme, location and climate into account when designing floral arrangements for weddings. Michelle’s reputation of providing exceptional quality and attention to detail in all that she does is certainly displayed in these stunning floral arrangements.
Michelle said the whole team is extremely happy with the results of their collaboration. These stunning images certainly show that businesses in Central Queensland can provide exceptional quality products and service, that can rival what is available in larger cities.