A charmingly industrial location, Fort Lytton Historical Precinct resides 45 minutes from Brisbane’s cbd. Unique and unexpectedly beautiful, this SR Creative editorial captured by Lovestoned recommended Wedding photographer Janekke Storm inspires a modern twist on industrial wedding styling.
A sunkissed sultry bride wanders the historical venue dressed in thoughtfully styled ceremonial outfits and daring jewelry by Babushka Ballerina. We give our tick of approval to the cool chic wardrobe vibes; Chiffon hair ties, outspoken jewelry and modern silhouettes.
To complete any bridal look, Bloodwood Botanica designed two distinctively architectural bouquets filled with on trend and eclectic petals.
As the beautiful bride explores this rich venue in her glorious ensembles we find delight in the uniquely styled tablescape and ceremony staging by Sacred Wilde.
Photography by Janekke Storm | Wardrobe Styling & Direction: SR Creative Co | Florals: Bloodwood Botanica | Flower Stands: Oak Lab Design | Set Styling: Sacred Wilde | Hair & Make Up: Leah Mendutis Makeup | Cake: Zoe Clarke Cakes | Venue: Fort Lytton | Model: Tylah Jay Viviens Models | Gowns: Babushka Ballerina | Jewellery: Maison Roe | Bidal Heel: Senso