There is so much to say about this wedding, I’m not really sure where to start. I could, perhaps, start at the beginning, with them falling in love at the tender age of 14; or maybe I could focus on the many beautiful family and friends who have loved and supported the couple through their hardships and joys; or we could focus on the oodles of vintage style this wedding had; or I could just keep it light with the crazy dance moves hitting the floor throughout the night. However, at the end of the day, I think the most important thing you should walk away knowing is that if someone asks you to take out their cousin – JUST SAY YES! Troy and Fiona have a lovely honeymoon and we’ll see you when you get back but be prepared – there are 6,000 fantastic photos for you to look through…
The beautiful makeup was by Donna Sullivan – but with a face like Fiona’s it would be pretty easy!
Fiona’s mum looked stunning – I mean they ALL did of course, but what a mother of the bride!!!
The celebrant was the fabulous Natasha Lewis. She did such a wonderful job on the day. Clearly a romantic at heart!
Fiona and Troy wrote a message to each other on the day on their beautiful, vintage handkerchiefs (which they used for their Save the Date cards) and sealed it in an envelope to read to each other on their one year anniversary. Your wedding day can be such a whirl of a day this is a great idea for the couple to stop and think about each other. I am so impatient I would have ripped those things open the very next day!!!
Such a gorgeous wedding party – and those colours – the combination screams vintage chic!
At the reception each of the tables were named after one of the couple’s favourite songs and when the DJ, Gary Evans, played the song, the whole table had to get up and dance! Now that is the way to get the party started.
Beautiful vintage details were throughout the reception, from the apple garlands to the string lights to the old style sweet table. Amini Concepts were engaged to produce the styling and the flowers were by Mary Rose Loff. Seriously what a stunning job!
The sweet table had a sweet view from the Marriott Hotel.
Now that is what I call brave – alcohol and fire don’t necessarily mix very well now do they?