These two were destined to be together, they’d admired each other from afar during their high school years and eventually met via family. This love story had the perfect beginning.....

This week we’re showcasing Caroline and Jarrod’s amazing November wedding.

How they met: 

It was definitely fate!

Caroline and Jarrod used to catch the train home from school at the same station, but opposite platforms, They had never really met but they’d always had respective 'crushes' on each other. Fast forward a few years and Caroline was playing basketball with Jarred's sister which is how they had the opportunity to finally ‘actually’ meet and they haven't looked back since.





Something old, something new, something borrowed something blue!

Caroline wore a stunning glass blue ring that she’d picked up at a country craft market many years ago to cover her something old and her something blue..

For her something new, it was a pair of AMAZING Christie Nicolaides earrings that she’s still in love with to this day!

The something borrowed was almost forgotten, but luckily her maid of honour came to the rescue at the last minute. They realised with only 15 minutes to spare that they’d forgotten the something borrowed so the Maid of Honour lent her silver band ring, Luckily it fit perfectly!




t’s all about the cake [well for us anyway]<br>
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We loved working with the gorgeous couple on this one. Geometric marble was on the cards for Caroline and Jarred's Emu Bottom wedding. We took inspiration from Jarred's profession in stone work and his creative bomboniere of marble coasters with Caroline's signature calligraphy.

It’s all about the cake [well for us anyway]

We loved working with the gorgeous couple on this one. Geometric marble was on the cards for Caroline and Jarred's Emu Bottom wedding. We took inspiration from Jarred's profession in stone work and his creative bomboniere of marble coasters with Caroline's signature calligraphy.

With a slightly less traditional look this hexagon shape along with the elements of marble and bronze really tied a lot of the styling elements
together on the day. Which doesn't surprise us with Caroline's background in events and styling. 
CAKE FLAVOURS: The couple choose some of our favourites. Hazelnut and Gluten Free Cherry ripe!





Advice for Future Brides

Caroline suggests that you do your best to organise as much as you can beforehand, then hand the information over to the correct people - the bridal party, your venue, your wedding planner and then LET.IT.GO! Trust that you have the right people looking after the right things and concentrate on enjoying each moment.

Those shoes!
We couldn’t end this blog without mentioning that Caroline even embroidered her own shoes..Yes, sigh, they are a one of a kind and STUNNING.  





And because we know you’ll ask. Here’s a list of all the amazing vendors.

Venue: Emu Bottom Homestead, Sunbury
Photographer: Meg Kernaghan
Florist: A Flower Affair
Cake: Boutique Cake Art
Stylist: Stone and Silver Events - /www.stoneandsilverevents.com/