I truly believe that one of the keys to enjoying your wedding day and preparation is hiring vendors who you trust to do their job. Here are our behind-the-scenes stars…

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Bride’s dress: Cinderella Bridal

Groom’s attire: Suit Co.

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Hair & makeup: La Bella Sposa

Headpiece: Borrowed from a friend

Bride’s earrings: Kasia Blue

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Bride’s shoes: Zappo’s

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Groom and groomsmen’s cufflinks: Various Etsy stores

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Groomsmen’s attire: Suit Co.

Bridesmaids’ attire: Various

Fans: Pink Frosting (plus DIY ribbon embellishment)

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Flowers: Alyssiums

Rings: Max Langley

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Cars: Friend’s vintage Mercedes

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Celebrant: Megan Bonython

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Ceremony music: Adelaide University Choral Society plus DIY with iPod

Reception music: DIY with iPod

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Ceremony venue: The Institute Room at The State Library of South Australia

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Reception venue: The Mortlock Chamber at The State Library of South Australia

Day-of coordinator: Mary & Gabrielle Events

Decorations: Various (mostly from Etsy, Ebay, secondhand stores, DIY and Mary & Gabrielle Events)

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Cake: Cake Stories (no longer operating)

Catering: Epicure

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Dance lessons: Ceroc Modern Jive

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Stationery: Akimbo

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Photography: Luke Simon Photography (that’s Luke on the right having fun with his assistant in our photo booth)

I think that covers pretty much everything but do ask in the comments if I’ve missed anything.

We simply would not have had such an amazing day without the talent and hard work of our wonderful suppliers. Thank you!

All photography by Luke Simon Photography except stationery and photo booth photos.


2 Responses

  • Cheryl

    Hi, I love your photos. The wedding looks like it was a great day. I particularly love your attention to detail! How did you do the book backdrop for the photobooth?

    • Thanks so much, Cheryl! For the backdrop I simply glued vintage book pages to a big piece of butcher’s paper. Too easy!

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