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Stacey & Pawel’s Modern Royal Mail Hotel Wedding

by | Australia - Victoria, Bride, Inspired Weddings,


Wedding portrait by Jonas Peterson

Stacey & Pawel

We see a lot of country weddings here at Polka Dot Bride, but this Modern Royal Mail Hotel wedding takes the country style and turns it on its head. A modern look, a Polish style celebration, a long lunch, a delicious dinner and plenty of dancing. It’s a day I won’t soon forget and was captured beautifully by Jonas Peterson.

Stacey tells the story of how they met and ultimately ended up engaged. “Pawel and I met in November 2009 at a bar in Melbourne. I was meeting up with some friends after a work ball and he was celebrating a good friend’s birthday. I got chatting to his best mate, Alistair who then went on to introduce Pawel and I to each other. For me it was literally love at first sight, I fell hard and fast, for Pawel not so much. Pawel being Polish, was more skeptical, and didn’t fall so fast or hard. We dated for around 3 months, of which we both have some very fond memories.

Given we lived in separate states, the conversation of going steady come up pretty soon. My job at the time demanded me to be in Melbourne every other week, we decided to give a steady relationship a good go. It was at around the 3 year stage where I had had enough of the emotional hello and goodbyes at the airport. In 2011 we decided that I would move to Melbourne and, although I miss my family, friends and Sydney Harbour, I have not looked back. Melbourne is the place we call home.

When Pawel proposed, I was in transit from one job to another and I asked Pawel to book a holiday at a destination that had NO phone reception, we as a couple really needed a rest and recover holiday. The destination was Heron Island; it fit the brief perfectly. It was on this holiday that Pawel surprised me with a VERY romantic proposal.

On the third day of our holiday, Pawel advised me that we would be spending the day, just the two of us, snorkelling and enjoying each other’s company. We woke in the morning and it was a perfect day, on the way to the beach Pawel had arranged for a picnic hamper for 2 to be picked up, and I immediately gushed, how romantic, didn’t click, just gushed. We then proceeded to walk along the beach to a very secluded location on the island, clearly a spot that had been pre-selected.

Pawel had been planning to propose to me in the water, he had brought along with him a waterproof note pad and pen to “pop” the question with. A great plan until I had to come along and ruin it. I had been very silly the day prior and was nursing a pretty bad sunburn, the water and wet suit irritated my burn and I was not feeling up to snorkeling. I asked if I could pass on the snorkeling or and read my book. I have never seen a more disappointed face, Pawel spent the next 20 minutes trying to convince me to join him until he gave up and entered the water himself. Pawel went on snorkeling for around 2 hours, he returned to the beach all excited with his camera and note pad in hand. Being the researcher that he is sometimes, I expected nothing less, that he would of course take images and document his findings at sea. Little did I know, the note pad had his proposal on it….

He presented me the images of the fish to then place in front of my vision the note pad with the following text: Will you marry me?? Yes or Yes – I was so shocked I had to take a second look as well as ask if he was serious. And of course I said a very teary yes! What a man, a romantic picnic for 2 at a secluded location on one of Australia’s most beautiful islands, the perfect proposal in my eyes. We celebrated that evening at the local A-La-Carte restaurant for a stunning dinner, where all of the staff joined in our celebrations. And thank god for them, this was the only time the ‘no reception’ thing killed me, I couldn’t call home to tell my family!!!”

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Emotional bride before wedding

Stacey loved the gifts she and Pawel gave each other remembering, “I arranged for Pawel’s uncle to send over his grandfather’s WWII medals to wear on the wedding day, which allowed for Pawel to reminiscence over his childhood and choose two medals (one for the ceremony and one for the reception) and pay homage to his family on the day. I loved the box of images from my husband to me. My husband gave me a hand made box full of images; snippets of our life together that he had hand written reasons of what or why he loves me. I opened this on the morning of the wedding, tears streamed down my face.”

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Bride in corset style wedding dressYulia Mc Couture Gown with lace shoulders

Stacey chose Yulia Mc Couture  to make her gown, which gave her two looks for the day, noting “My dress was bespoke, a fusion of my 2 favourite wedding dress designers; J’aton & Inbal Dror. I had a friend do the sketch design and I worked with the ever so talented Yulia from Yulia Mc Couture to create the masterpiece. Being that Yulia was based in Sydney and I in Melbourne, the process did present its challenges and usual stresses. In saying that, I would not have chosen anyone else.

At times I found it difficult to communicate my vision, Yulia went out of her way to ensure my vision was realised, even if it did mean going against tradition and or being there at 9pm on a Friday evening. Yulia is a master at her craft, her attention to detail and her skill is like no other. Not only did she construct a dress that fit me like it was my second skin, she successfully had crafted the capelet, veil and top that created my first and second look for the big day.”

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The Royal Mail Hotel, Dunkeld

Wedding ceremony at The Royal Mail Hotel, Dunkeld

Stacey and Pawel were married at The Royal Mail Hotel, Dunkeld , Stacey explaining, “We chose a destination wedding. Given every one was traveling to the wedding we wanted to limit the travel for the wedding on the day. We love rolling hills and outdoors. We chose the rolling hills and stunning Mt Sturgeon for our ceremony, the back of the homestead for our lunch and the working wool shed for our reception. All only a walk away from where the guests and bridal party were staying.”

Groom in suit with groomsmen in braces

Pale pink bridesmaid dressLove On The Lawn Sign

Flowergirl with flower crown

Groom watching brideBride walking down the aisle with brothers

For her walk down the aisle, a friend sang, Stacey telling, “One of my best ever girlfriends, Linda sang Ellie Goulding “Power of Love” for me as I walked down the aisle. Although wind prevented me from hearing it on the day, my husband tells me it was AMAZING… it brought a tear to his eye.”

Wedding ceremony in Dunkeld

Michael Webb – Marrying You Two officiated the ceremony, which included Polish traditions. Stacey remembers, “Michael blew us away with his input to our ceremony, he made us feel ever so comfortable, was so organised and very professional.

We wanted our ceremony to be intimate, our guests to be included and everyone to feel. Again it was important to ensure that it payed respect to Polish traditions where they were appropriate. Looking back our ceremony was the most important part for Pawel and I, this is what we were committing to each other for the rest of our lives. This was the one and only time we were going to have to declare to each other, in front of our nearest and dearest friends, our love and commitment to each other. We wrote our own vows, drank Polish vodka, ate Polish bread, cried, laughed and loved every minute of it.”

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Polish shots at Australian wedding

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Post ceremony, guests enjoyed a luncheon and games on the lawns.

Tables under dappled shade of trees at wedding

Lunch time reception at Royal Mail Hotel

Jonas Peterson

Jonas Peterson Wedding photography

Jonas Peterson Wedding Photo

The Royal Mail Hotel, Dunkeld Wedding photo

The Royal Mail Hotel, Dunkeld Wedding

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Of their photographer, Stacey says, “Jonas Peterson, where do I start. He is one of the most humble yet talented creatures on earth. Effortlessly amazing.”

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Australian wedding in the country

Groom with black suit and war medals

Stacey arranged for the groom’s uncle to send over his grandfather’s war medals to wear on the day. Pawel chose two (one for the ceremony and one for the reception) and the moment was one Stacey will treasure forever. She notes, “Pawel’s grandfather played a very important role in his life when growing up, I felt that this was the best way for me to respect and pay tribute to this”.

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The formal feast was held at the back of the homestead, guests dining at long tables.

Long tables with white flowers at wedding reception

Bridal aprty photograph at country wedding

Stacey adds, “Given that we both live far away from our families, and that this was the first time most of our families would meet our close friends, it was very important that we spent time together. We wanted to respect and educate the guests on my husband’s Polish heritage while paying tribute to the beautiful country we call home, Australia. We decided to create a Polish inspired (4 day wedding) at a typically Australian location”.

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Stacey and Pawl set up a vintage suitcase with photos of loved ones who had passed, each guest received a hand written note from the bride acknowledging their special place in the newlywed’s lives.

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Wedding speeches

Newlyweds laughing at wedding speeches

Wedding speeches at Country wedding

Stacey remembers, “The contribution on the day of our family and friends and in our lives is forever cherished. My husband’s best man brought the wedding to tears of laughter and emotion. My sister had the guests holding on to her every word while rapping her speech at the end of the night; it was like we were at a concert clustered round the stage. My best friend singing, my brothers walking me down the aisle, my grandfather’s rude and inappropriate jokes on the bus. My younger brothers participated, one by my other side and the other walking his children down the aisle ( Jarvis our page boy and Sofia flower girl). All of my 5 siblings were involved in the wedding party, they mean the world to me, they have helped make me the person I am today.”

Newlyweds during wedding speeches

Outdoor dance floor in the country

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Of the first dance, Stacey remembers, “Our first dance was beautiful. Although we didn’t have a “special song” we had a special band. We danced to one of our favourite artists Coldplay; the song was Magic. Our first dance was a great moment that set the scene for the rest of the night, LOADS and LOADS of dancing… so much so that we nearly broke the dance floor.”

Outdoor wedding dance floor

Hitting pinata at wedding

The couple handmade many of the details – from the invitations to the pinata (filled with Polish lollies) to the favors and flowers.

Kids with pinata at wedding

Wedding speeches outdoors at Country wedding

Newlyweds with shots at wedding

Bride dancing at wedding

Congratulations Stacey and Pawel! Thank you for sharing your day with us! Thank you also to Jonas Peterson for sharing today’s wedding with us!

Photographer: Jonas Peterson / Bride’s Dress: Yulia Mc Couture / Bride’s Shoes: Zara / Bride’s Jewelry: Lovisa / Groom’s Attire: Bell & Barnett / Groom's Shoes: Trent Nathan / Groomsmen Attire: Bell & Barnett / Bridesmaid Dresses: Twobirds Bridesmaids / Bridesmaid Shoes: Shoes Of Prey (Heels) / Bridesmaid Shoes: Top Shop (Flats) / Bridesmaid Accessories: Lovisa / Hairstylist: Lisa Christofakakis - Mali Hair Spa / Makeup Artist: Kelly Bebbington / Flowers: Bride & Bridesmaids / Venue: The Royal Mail Hotel, Dunkeld / Ceremony Officiant: Michael Webb - Marrying You Two / Cake: Handmade / Wedding Rings: GN Designer Jewellers
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Lizzie & Luke’s Classic Bathers Pavilion Wedding

by | Australia - New South Wales, Bride, Inspired Weddings


Bride in Elizabeth Todd

Lizzie & Luke

Living in London, Lizzie and Luke wanted to celebrate their classic Bathers Pavilion wedding in a familiar place. They chose Luke’s childhood church, a reception venue at a restaurant in a spot filled with happy memories for the bride and most importantly, they chose to include as many of their family and friends as they possibly could. Even choosing Paul McMillan of Illustro Photography , a family friend, to take photos of the wedding day.

Lizzie tells the story of how they met. “We met at university – we were both studying law and lived in residential colleges next door to one another. We were in Cadequés in Spain for a long weekend from London after I had just finished a set of exams. We went on a long walk to a beautiful secluded lighthouse, and Luke got down on one knee and proposed.”

Bridesmaids helping bride

Father of bride walking up the stairs

Elizabeth Todd Wedding Dress

Living in London, Lizzie chose Elizabeth Todd to make her dress, remarking, “The dress I chose was the very first dress I tried on. Having tried on lots of dresses all around London, I couldn’t stop thinking about the first one! Elizabeth Todd make all their dresses in their studio below the store in Marylebone.

The dress I originally tried on was a sample, but I was able to work with the designer, Sophie (daughter of Elizabeth Todd) to create my perfect dress. Sophie started by making a calico template of the corset, and built the dress from there. It was such an amazing experience, and Sophie made it really relaxing and fun. My dress was very simple but classic. I absolutely loved wearing it!”

Cloud 9 Wedding Cars

Candles and rose petals at church

St Mark’s Anglican Church, Darling Point

Lizzie and Luke chose St Mark’s Anglican Church, Darling Point for their ceremony, noting, “Luke and I decided to have the ceremony close to his family home, at a place that was meaningful to him, and to have the reception somewhere near my family home at a place which was special to me. St Marks at Darling Point is Luke’s family church. He and his siblings were christened there, and went to pre-school there.”

Doorway at St Mark’s Anglican Church, Darling Point

Jim Finn & Elly Cullington

Lizzie remembers, “I walked down the aisle to Songbird, by Fleetwood Mac. My brother is a musician (in the band Art vs Science) so he did all the music for our ceremony along with Sydney singer, Elly Cullington.”

Bride walking down the aisle with father

Father and bride hugging before cewremony

Sydney Church wedding ceremony

Sydney Church Wedding Location

“Family and friends are really important to both of us, and we both come from very big, warm families, so we really wanted to include as many of our family and friends as we could in the ceremony. This was particularly important to us because we live in London, so don’t get to see a lot of our family these days.

We had five bridesmaids and five groomsmen, and Luke’s two sisters walked his little nephew (the ring bearer) down the aisle. My brother did all the music, and our siblings (8 of them between our two families) all sang a hymn together. My great aunt, Luke’s sister, one of Luke’s best friends from London, and two of my best friends did readings.

We really did find as many roles as we could for people! We took a long time choosing the readings, as we really wanted them to mean something to us and be relevant to our lives and our relationship. We had two Bible readings (required by the church) and two non-religious readings. They were: – Ecclesiastes: 4:9-12 – 1 Peter 3: 8-11 – Apache Wedding Blessing by E Arnold; Union by Robert Fulghum.”

Wedding at St Mark’s Anglican Church, Darling Point

First kiss at church wedding

Recessional at Sydney church wedding

Rose petal exit at Sydney church wedding

Rose petal toss at Sydney church wedding

Beach wedding photo Sydney

Illustro Photography

Of their photographer, Lizzie remarks, “The photographer was Paul McMillan of Illustro Photography. Paul has known my family since I was in primary school, so it was really lovely to have him taking our photos. Paul takes beautiful natural and candid photos, and has a way of blending into the background so that you hardly realise he’s there! He captured the feeling of the day so well – every time I look at the photos I feel like I am there again! We are so happy with how the photos turned out.”

Balmoral wedding photo

Wedding portrait at Balmoral

Illustro Photography Wedding

Newlyweds at Balmoral

Bridesmaids in review lace dresses

The Bathers’ Pavilion Wedding Reception

Lizzie and Luke chose Bathers’ Pavilion, Balmoral for their reception, telling, “Rob Davis, the events manager at The Bathers Pavilion was brilliant. I was in London until a week before the wedding, so most of the organising was done by email. Rob responded to emails really quickly, and nothing was too difficult for him. His first response was always to say yes, and then figure out how to make it happen! He made everything feel so easy and simple, though I know it wasn’t on his side! Rob and his staff also made everything go seamlessly on the night. And the food was really amazing.”

Flowers and candles at weddingNaked wedding cake

Candle place settings at wedding

Guests received miniature bottles of limoncello, says Lizzie, “We did our own wedding favors which doubled as place cards. My sister bought 50ml glass bottles with little cork stoppers on Ebay and we filled them with limoncello. We then bought little brown cardboard tags and string from Ebay and wrote our guests’ names on each one. We tied the tags around the neck of the bottles with brown string and they were our name tags. The best man asked everyone to toast with them at the end of his speech.”

Bride entering reception with groom

The John Field Band

Father of the bride

Bride hugging guest

Laughing during wedding speeches

Lizzie tells, “The speeches were really important to us, so we had a lot of them! We had speeches from Luke’s mum, my dad, my maid of honour (my big sister) and Luke’s best man (his best mate). Luke and I also spoke. We also chose two of our best and funniest friends to be joint MCs.

The speeches all went down really well – particularly those of the best man and maid of honour, who are both incredible public speakers and managed to achieve the perfect combination of funny, thoughtful, and (importantly) appropriate in their speeches!”

Bride and groom laughing at speeches

Cutting wedding cake

Sydney Wedding First Dance

Lizzie remembers, “We were both really excited about doing a proper first dance, but we didn’t want it to be too corny or slow. We chose “You’re My Best Friend” by Queen. We went to a few swing dancing lessons to prepare for it and learned a basic routine. We had so much fun doing the classes and learned how to dance in a couple for the first time since high school!”

Bride dancing with wheelchair guest

Dance floor at wedding

Bride and groom on chairs

Bride during tunnel exit

One last special touch of the day? Hugh Joyner put together this film (complete with drone footage by the bride’s brother) of the festivities.

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Congratulations on your marriage Lizzie and Luke! Thank you for sharing your day with us! Thank you also to Paul McMillan of Illustro Photography for sharing today’s wedding!

Photographer: Paul McMillan, Illustro Photography / Cinematographer: Hugh Joyner / Drone Footage: Bride's brother Jim Finn / Bride’s Dress: Elizabeth Todd / Bride’s Shoes: Charlotte sandals from Rainbow Club / Bride’s Jewelry: Borrowed / Groom’s Attire: Peppers Formal Wear / Groom's Shoes: Church Footwear / Groomsmen Attire: Peppers Formal Wear / Bridesmaid Dresses: Review / Bridesmaid Accessories: Pearl drop earrings from Glitzy Secrets / Hairstylist: Amelia Axton / Makeup Artist: Amelia Axton / Invitations & Stationery: John Lewis, London / Ceremony Venue: St Mark’s Anglican Church, Darling Point / Ceremony Officiant: Reverend Paul Chew, St Mark’s Anglican Church, Darling Point / Ceremony Musicians: Jim Finn & Elly Cullington / Reception Venue: Bathers’ Pavilion, Balmoral / Chair Hire: Chairs Covers & Candelabras / Band: The John Field Band / Cake Baker: Simple Ingredients / Engagement Ring: J Farren-Price (using family diamonds) / Wedding Rings: Raphael London / Transport: Cloud 9 Wedding Cars / Wedding Registry: John Lewis, London

For The Love Of Grace “The Barefoot Dancer” Bridesmaids Collection

by | Bride, Bridesmaids


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With deep tones of marsala, plum and damson, the brand new capsule collection From The Love Of Grace “The Barefoot Dancer”, with all the essence of their previous collections, “The Barefoot Dancer” is free spirited and dreamy, a relaxed collection of styles that suit the bohemian spirited bride and bridesmaid.

The collection  is full of French Lace (with a little stretch for comfort) pieces designed to mix and match. Cropped lace camisoles, long lace skirts, tshirt style overlays with open backs, off the shoulder tops and dresses, each a hint at the beauty of the 2016 collection expected early next year.

For The Love of Grace is available to buy via the website or the For The Love Of Grace Gold Coast boutique.

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Gowns: For The Love Of Grace / Photographer: Kane Skennar / Hair & Makeup Artist: Luciana Rose / Model: Annalise Mclachlan of Chic Management

Lilli & Michael’s Intimate City Garden Wedding

by | Australia - Victoria, Bride, Inspired Weddings


Bride and groom against textured wall

Lilli & Michael

A Tuesday intimate city garden wedding is something a little different than your standard Saturday affair. After meeting and bonding at work, Lilli and Michael wanted to celebrate their marriage with their favourite people in a relaxed setting that was all about their guests. They chose Elleni Toumpas to capture their day.

Brides dressing hanging in blacony

Wedding ONSET Studio Hair Makeup

Bride and groom getting ready on wedding day

Groom helkping bride get ready

Bride and groom toasting on wedding day

White boutonerrie on grey suitNeomi Allen Couture lace drewss

Of her gown, which was made by Neomi Allen Couture, Lilli tells ,”I wanted something modern, western and elegant but with a whisper of The East. Neomi Allen Couture has brought it to life and her creation was gracefully modern, effortlessly elegant and the perfect harmony of East and West. What stood out to me were the details, the tiny flowers, sewn by hand, with love in every stitch, the pearls, the lace, the collar, all amazing.” The groom wore a pale blue Dom Bagnato suit with shoes by Alexander McQueen.

Bride wearing Neomi Allen Couture

Bride in Neomi Allen CoutureLace applique qedding gown

Bride and groom walking to wedding

Urban wedding photo

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Elleni Toumpas

Newlyweds urban wedding photo

Of their photographer, Lilli tells, “She was professional, talented and easy going. She was more like my best friend than the photographer.”

Melbourne city wedding photo

Bride walking on St Kilda Rd

Gemini Melbourne Acoustic Duo

Guests at Melbourne Wedding

Wedding arbour with candle balls

Lilli and Michael chose The Willows for their wedding, marrying in the courtyard before a celebration in the conservatory.

Ring bearers at Melbourne wedding

Wedding Ceremony at The Willows

Lilli walked down the aisle to a jazz vocal version (performed by Gemini Melbourne Acoustic Duo) to Metallica’s “Nothing Else Matters”.

Bride meeting groom at The Willows

Bride in neck high wedding gown

Melbourne garden ceremony venue

Margaret Collier officiated the ceremony, the bride noting, “The ceremony was held in the courtyard of The Willows, under a garden arch decorated with hanging glass orbs with tealights. We wanted to created a ceremony which is intimate, relaxed and uniquely us. We did not included any reading, but Michael (the groom) had written a short story about how we met.”

Wedding ceremony Margaret Collier

The Willows wedding ceremony venue

Wedding ceremony at The Willows St Kilda Rd

First kiss at Melbourne wedding

Newlyweds in Melbourne

Bride hugging guest

Guest hugging groom

Bride with guests

The Willows Marquee Reception

Guests gathered inside the Conservatory for the reception. The couple, not wanting a lot of tradition skipped things like the first dance and instead had things they loved – a photo booth, a champagne tower and a cake and sweet buffet.

Golden chivari chairs at weddingLong tables at weddin with black linen

Gold wedding cake with sweetsGold leaf macarons at wedding

Regnier Cakes created the grand table of golden sweet treats including a two tier golden wedding cake.

Gold cake pops at weddingSwirled chocolate macarons

Gold wedding vake

Gold wedding cake with white flowersChocolate ice cream cones at wedding

Melbourne acoustic wedding duo

Bride with guest in black dress

Wedding reception moments

Chamapgne coupesPrinted wedding manu

Pouring champagne tower

Champagne Tower

The floral arrangements and styling for the day was by Victoria Whitelaw, Lilli noting, “She helped me with a lot of styling of the wedding. I enjoyed the whole process. It was wonderful to see your dream wedding turning into reality.”

Wedding at The Willows

Cake table at The Willows

Wedding speeches

Wedding speeches at The Willows

The Willows wedding speeches

Appluse during speeches

Dancing happy bride

Congratulations on your marriage Lilli and Michael! Thank you for sharing your day with us! Thank you also to Elleni Toumpas for sharing today’s wedding!

Photographer: Elleni Toumpas / Bride’s Dress: Neomi Allen Couture / Bride’s Shoes: Jimmy Choo / Bride’s Jewelry: The Ashoka® Diamond / Bride’s Jewelry: William Goldberg / Groom’s Attire: Dom Bagnato / Groom's Shoes: Alexander McQueen / Hairstylist: ONSET Studio Hair Makeup / Makeup Artist: ONSET Studio Hair Makeup / Styling & Flowers: Victoria Whitelaw / Invitations & Stationery: Giant Invitations / Venue: The Willows / Rental Furniture: Place Settings / Ceremony Officiant: Margaret Collier / Ceremony Musicians: Blue Avenue Entertainment/Gemini Melbourne Acoustic Duo / Reception Hire Items: Victoria Whitelaw / Band: Blue Avenue Entertainment/Gemini Melbourne Acoustic Duo / Cake Baker: Regnier Cakes / Dessert Table: Regnier Cakes / Engagement Ring: Canturi / Wedding Rings: Tiffany & Co
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