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Acres of open manicured lawns, tropical palms and rainforest gardens are the kinds of things you dream about in your search for the perfect wedding venue. Located in the Gold Coast hinterland, The Acre offers a truly magical under the stars experience. Paired with the majestic Kata Tipi from Gold Coast Tipi’s, a perfect luxe, bohemian style was born. Find out how they created such beauty. 

The Acre Boomerang Farm

The shoot at The Acre was inspired by everything bohemian, to create a magical summer soiree wedding style, with an upmarket festival feel. Stunning on-trend furniture, decor, florals and lighting, combined with such a magnificent 13 metre tipi mixed the ideal amount of luxe into the shoot. On such a large property you have the space to spread out, with endless opportunities for food trucks, mobile bars, or even an outdoor dance floor! Arrival by helicopter is optional, or even a magnificent fireworks display! 


The Gown

With such a particular vision in mind, When Freddie Met Lilly’s style meshed perfectly in the luxe, bohemian shoot. It was hard to choose just one design to be featured, but with such a flattering fit, the |CANDICE GOWN| stole the show! When Taliesha walked out in the stunning full lace gown, teamed with a very cool Lack of Colour Rancher hat, everything fell into place.


The Acre at in Mudgeeraba was the perfect space to showcase this bespoke styling, and truly highlights the potential for even small intimate affairs to a big sprawling wedding. With endless options, this venue is not to be passed by. 

Checkout some of the wonderful vendors used below

Stylist - @blissandwillow

Hire - @theonedayhouse

Tipis - @goldcoasttipis

Venue - @theacreboomerangfarm

Photography - @figtreepictures

Videography - @nsiproductions

Flowers - @flowersbyola

Lighting - @outofthedarkeventlighting

Stationery @iampoppydesigns

HMUA -@tinakristenweddings

Model - @_tieshatait

Dress -@whenfreddiemetlilly

Hat - @lackofcolouraus

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