SARAH & SEAN- YERING STATION
When it rains... Well grab an umbrella, hike up that wedding dress and make the most of one spectacular day! It's good luck after all.
Meet Sarah and Sean. Loved up since they locked eyes at basketball training during their adolescence youth. Ahh.. young love! Fast track to the present where they are both playing in puddles at the gorgeous Yering Station Winery about to exchange their I Do's and enjoy one hell of a party.
The styling brief was simple, romantic rustic chic. If that wasn't a term it now should be. The couple wanted their styling choices to reflect the feel of the venue. Bringing in cascading flower and foliage installations with romantic blush and burgundy tones. The team at Sassafras Flower Design nailing the brief.
The little modern touches sprinkled throughout the day helped refine the styling brief so it didn't get too "swing your partner round and round" rustic. If you know what I mean. The geometric arbor, white linen/ black chairs and fondant marble wedding cake really took things up a notch creating a classic look which will last a couple of decades.
Now, a wedding wouldn't be complete without the sentimental touches that make the day as special as it should be.
SOMETHING OLD; A little silver diamond trinket (pictured below) that used to be belong to Sarah's grandmother that sadly couldn't attend the day
SOMETHING NEW; A stunning Martina Liana wedding dress of course!
SOMETHING BORROWED; A pair of silver diamond earings also being to Sarah's Grandmother.
SOMETHING BLUE; A simple navy blue ribbon wrapped around the bridal flower bouquet
Last but not least was the cake. We briefly spoke about it's fondant marble finish which created a refined classic look, and we coupled this with elements of 21K champagne gold foil. Freshly wired flowers tied the whole look together blending seamlessly in with the whole space.
The bottom tier of this cake was fake as the couple didn't require as much cake on the day. This didn't stopped Sarah though from eating the delicious sweet fondant on the car trip home the next day. Now that's taking 'enjoy every last mouthful' literally, but we love it!
Words of wisdom from the Bride
"The greatest words of wisdom I could give would be to take a few short moments during the course of the day to allow yourself to feel present in the moment and absorb the experience. The day itself can feel quite overwhelming with organising suppliers, mingling with guests and stressing that everything will run smoothly, so it's important to stop, breathe and reflect. Even if it's only for a few minutes to take in a beautiful view or share a few intimate moments with your partner."
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