You’ve never seen a greenhouse wedding like this before! Kate and Toms texture-filled wedding took place at the brides families greenhouse and event space, the Enjoy Centre. Greenery of course was a huge part of the overall decor, which also included rustic, natural wood and industrial elements throughout.
With string lights and hanging table halos, the stunning open space was picture perfect for this gorgeous wedding. Want to see more? Don’t miss the full gallery captured by the talented Rhiannon Sarah Photography.
Ceremony detailsBarrels lined the aisle and were accented with leafy ferns, then set on top of bare wood stumps cut from fallen trees in Tom and Kate’s back yard. The nondenominational ceremony was held in front of a turf wall backdrop, beneath a sprawling trellis framed by centerpieces exploding with more home-grown stumps of various heights and widths. Tom’s mother Cathy spent hours meticulously staging an , elaborate photo and artwork display for guests to enjoy before and after the ceremony.
Family owned venue
Kate’s parents had owned and run Hole’s Greenhouses since before she was born, and eventually the business had (literally!) blossomed into the spectacular Enjoy Centre. The Moonflower Room, a nearly-1400-square-metre event space with soaring glass ceilings and towering concrete pillars, was the obvious choice for the event.
Loads of texture
Both Kate and Tom agreed that they wanted a wedding that was more “Sunday dinner” than “black tie gala”. “We wanted it to be a celebration without all the stuffiness that comes with a formal event,” Kate explains. Instead of traditional wedding colours, the pair focused on “textures”: wood, stone, metal, and greenery. The result was an awe-inspiring mix of rugged and glamorous, combining industrial, rustic, and botanical elements.