Jen + Josh

I'm not even sure how Jen and I met anymore but I can say that these days I'm lucky enough to consider her a friend.  We've bonded over a mutual love of wine, red lipstick and lemon meringue pie (which was chosen for their wedding dessert).  The planning process was simple as Jen + Josh had such a clear vision of their day - a wonderful location, live music, wedding pie and floral elements to bring it all together.  A natural Willow and Blossom arch defined the spot where they exchanged vows on the Cricketers Pitch at Wandin Valley Estate and the classic theme was carried through to the reception with low floral arrangements spanning the length of the tables.  We also added a suspended arrangement above the bride and groom as well as floral detailing on the huge fire mantle-piece to complete the look.  Jen carried a waterfall style bouquet in rich red and burgandy tones which perfectly offset her crisp white custom Kel-Leigh Couture Gown.  The bridesmaids carried natural posies in white to balance out the bold tones of their Jadore and Langhem gowns.  If we could live this day over again we would, but for now we think the images by James Bennett Photography speak for themselves.

Photographer: James Bennett Photography  //  Makeup: Laura Louise Makeup   //  Venue: Wandin Valley Estate  //  Bride's Gown: Kel-Leigh Couture  //  Bridesmaids Gowns: Jadore + Langhem  //  Suits: Asos  //  Accomodation: Cypress Lakes  //  Celebrant: Celebrant Clair Yee