5th September 2011

A beautiful 1950s inspired vintage wedding shoot held at Coriole Winery

I’m incredibly excited to share with you part two of the gorgeous Vintage Styled Wedding Shoot that we did at Coriole Vineyard at McLaren Vale last Tuesday. To see part one of our shoot, you can click here.

The girls put together two seperate wedding themes, the first being soft floral pinks, apricot and greys and the second wedding theme was earthy, rustic with a little twist of vintage.

The rustic vintage theme came complete with garden ceremony set up under the Coriole Mulberry tree and a heshen aisle runner. Succulents, Orchids and Hellebore’s have been used in jars atop wooden logs to line and decorate the aisle and also decorate the wooden signing table.

Rustic wooden glass panel doors have been used for the seating chart at the entrance to the reception area.

The reception area was set up under the vine covered alfresco area at Coriole. The tables were adorned with heshen runners and Chrissy from Blooming Bridalcreated  a beautiful mixture of succulants, lavender, orchids and a hint of moss atop wooden pedestals creating the eye catching table centrepieces. Twine bundling the cutlery together at each place setting.

The wooden themed place cards created by The Paper Cafe had their own wooden plate with moss and sat underneath gorgeous glass cloches all from Rapture Events and Designs.

A teak wishing well and old fashioned type writer for guests to write well wishes and memories from the day.

The most delicious part of the day would have to have been the cookie buffet.  Mountains of freshly baked cookies displayed on wooden platters with Oreo Wedding cake and small bottles of Milk…. heavenly!

No wedding shoot would be complete without a gorgeous bride and groom or wedding bouquet!

Styling and Decor : Rapture Events and Designs

Flowers and Styling : Blooming Bridal

Location : Coriole Vineyard , McLaren Vale South Australia

Hair and Makeup Styling : Gemma Vendetta

Vintage Styling and Outfits : The Vintage Bride Boutique

Stationery : The Paper Cafe

Thank you again to everyone involved, it was a fantastic day and much fun.

Mwah
E
XXX

7 Comments to “A beautiful 1950s inspired vintage wedding shoot held at Coriole Winery”

  1. Carla Micucci 5th September, 2011 at 1:29 am

    Oh Em!! Loving all those details!! Every image is just STUNNING!
    xxx

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  2. Kiera 5th September, 2011 at 2:20 am

    La di daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! You have me in awe of your awesomeness! xxx

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  3. Emma 5th September, 2011 at 3:20 am

    This is amazing! love every detail… i want more! MORE!! 2 completely different themes yet both so perfect, swoon worthy and utterly gorgeous. Your photos are amazing, you’re so very talented!!

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  4. Bree V 5th September, 2011 at 3:31 am

    Scrape me off the floor love, this is AH-MAY-SING!!! I love all the elements and the way this has been put together – such awesomely creative people! And of course your images are stunning Em, love your work hun.
    Mwah Bree xoxoxoxoxx

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  5. Laura Barnes 5th September, 2011 at 12:37 pm

    Oh my Emma – absolutely gorgeous!

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  6. Hayley 18th December, 2012 at 7:46 am

    This whole shoot looks amazing…the photos, styling…all is so beautiful. I’m trying to do something similar for my wedding in February and was wondering if the chairs for the ceremony were hired from someone? I cant find that style anywhere. If you can help me with any details feel free to email me- hailsblack_uk@hotmail.com =( Thanks!

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  7. Hannah 5th April, 2013 at 12:40 pm

    Oh Hayley, your wedding has obviously passed, but I had been searching high and low for these chairs too – I even contacted Coriole (the winery) to see if they’d loan them to us as we’re getting married 5 minutes away, but no luck. We’ve settled on bentwoods of a similar colour – hopefully you found something equally satisfying!

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Emma Sharkey is a boutique Adelaide wedding photographer, specialising in
McLaren Vale and Adelaide Hills winery weddings using natural light and bold colour.
Emma also offers wedding photography coverage for International and destination weddings.