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Adina & Daniel’s Modern Dunbar House Wedding

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Adina & Daniel

I love the modern, yet relaxed atmosphere to Adina and Daniel’s modern Dunbar House wedding. The bride, a jewellery designer chose a stunning gold and white gown and the couple incorporated both of their own cultural history into one day, with a special moment together with their children to mark this new chapter for their family. They chose David Campbell Imagery to capture their day.

Adina tells the story of how they met. “It was a Saturday morning late July 2010, I was supposed to go and set up my weekly jewellery stall at the Paddington markets in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs. I decided not to head to the markets, as I had a large event to go to in the evening and wasn’t able to do both. Daniel was house sitting for a friend in the complex where I live and his sitting days had come to an end, so, that morning Daniel with his daughter Hine (7) and son Luca (5) were returning the keys to a mutual friend at the coffee shop in the complex. I went down stairs with my dog Benson to get a coffee and bumped into our mutual friend who introduced us, we became friends on Facebook and started chatting, we had our first date in September.”

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The bride, who owns her own jewellery label Adina Jozsef crafted the jewels for the day. “I made my own engagement ring, wedding bands, cufflinks for Daniel and earrings for the bridesmaids and myself. Creating my jewellery for my own special day was so much fun, seeing this is what I do for a living for other people, it was so exciting to create my own.”

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Adina walked down the aisle to String Quartet Musical Functions playing U2’s “With Or Without You. She remembers, “As my parents passed away, my aunt bought my brother and I up. So I naturally wanted Aunt and my brother to walk me down the aisle.”

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Tami Sussman officiated the ceremony, the bride remembering, “We wanted a light, cheeky, genuine and loving ceremony. I am Jewish, Daniel is not, we wanted a few Jewish traditions. We had a chuppah to stand under, I walked around Daniel, but we also had Daniel walking around me and then walking in a circle together.”

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“Luca my stepson (10 years old) was Daniel’s best man, we didn’t have matching numbers of bridesmaids to groomsmen. Daniel only had Luca. I had my two sisters, my now stepdaughter, my best friend and my niece as my flower girl.”

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“We also included a Kiddush – blessing over the wine/ drinking from 1 cup; we had a civil wine ceremony with the quote “One should always be drunk. That’s all that matters…But with what? With wine, with poetry, or with virtue, as you chose. But get drunk.” Charles Baudelaire.

We had the hand binding read by a girlfriend, and the seven blessings read by two girlfriends.”

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“As we were a family coming together we wanted the children to be involved. So we had the children all up under the chuppah, Tammi said the vows and all of us said “I promise”.”

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Adina chose a gown created by Daniel Learmont Couture, noting “I had off the shoulder, off white with gold flashes. it looked like someone came along with gold paint and splashed the material. The front was shorter, so I made sure I had amazing shoes (gold and silver Jimmy Choo).

I tried to get a dress off the rack but with my taste and figure, it didn’t really work out. Don’t get me wrong, some of the dresses out there are superb, but they weren’t right for my body shape and height (I’m short). It would have required getting an off the rack dress altered, and I probably would not have gotten exactly what I wanted anyway! I tried SO many dresses on. So I approached Daniel Learmont. I told him exactly what I wanted, he did a few sketches then walked me through Saigon Fabrics to chose my material.”

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Of their photographer, Adina tells, “David was great, he blended in and captured all the emotion in the room and at the right time.”

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Adina and Daniel chose the one venue – Dunbar House for their ceremony and reception, noting, “We used Dunbar House which was amazing. Bree Murray the Sales Manager was so helpful. Bree and her team were amazing, any questions I had was answered straight away or as soon as they could. I cannot recommend them enough!”

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“Instead of name cards on the table, I had a picture of that guest sometime in the past with either Daniel or I. The guests knew what table they were sitting at, but they needed to find their photo. This took months, I had to go through so many family albums! We wanted to evoke memories and create conversation between the guests.”

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Of the first dance, Adina remembers, “We wanted an informal dance. We didn’t do classes, I just let Daniel lead me. ‘Kind and Generous’ by Natalie Merchant was our chosen song.”

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Photographer: David Campbell Imagery / Bride’s Dress: Daniel Learmont Couture / Bride’s Shoes: Jimmy Choo / Bride’s Jewelry: Adina Jozsef / Groom’s Attire: Declic / Groom’s Shoes: Aquila / Bridesmaid Accessories: Adina Jozsef / Hairstylist: Kelsie Cherry / Makeup Artist: Liv Lundelius / Flowers: Hermetica Flowers / Venue: Dunbar House / Chuppah: The Yaya Collective / Ceremony Officiant: Tami Sussman / Ceremony Musicians: String Quartet Musical Functions / Cake Baker: Lixie Chocolaterie
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Friday Roundup

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Well, HELLO winter, and hello our dear Dotties! Winter brings frosty mornings, hot water bottles, red noses and layers upon layers. It also makes way for cosy evenings by the heater (or fireplace if you are extra lucky!), sipping hot chocolate and reading a fine book. The weekend just gone was a very hectic, yet superb one for me, but I am definitely looking forward to a very slow, rugged up weekend ahead. I hope you all have lovely plans, or at least take some time to cuddle up on the couch and do something indulgent!

Let’s take a look at our week here at Polka Dot Bride!

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Pookie May Coffee shares their Vendor’s Favourites

No doubt this Flying Fish’s Salamanda cocktail will be a staple at Polka Dot HQ!

Real groom Michael shares his timeless Groom Style with us.

Get to know Rita Abi Khalil of Rita Abi Khalil Makeup Artist & Skin Specialist

We love A Glass Of Bubbles at Polka Dot Bride, and this week we got to share one with the lovely Martyna From Wholesome Cook

There are so many cursive fonts out there, but we think Ave on Tuesday Type is just the ticket!

Can’t help but want to pack up and head west after this Margaret River Mini Break feature.

We sit down and have a quick chat with Chris From Modern Party

We love a suave groom at Polka Dot Bride, so you can imagine our delight at this Brilliant Bow Ties! feature.

In love with this stunning Etsy Roundup of the most whimsical Paper Flowers for Weddings

We get the Upmarket Style  at this years’ Perth Wedding Upmarket

Polly and Jeff share their fabulous Scottish Inspired Vintage Wedding

A truly lovely Inspired Memories with real groom Broeden

As winter arrives we feel that this S’mores Wedding Favours Tutorial is a brilliant idea to encourage your guests to indulge in some cosy fireplace traditions!

Melissa Cornwall shares her insightful What I Would Tell My Newly-Engaged Self

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Vera Wang Bride invites you to preview the Fall 2016 Bridal Collection at the Intercontinental Hotel, Sydney on June 17-18, and the Intercontinental Hotel Sanctuary Cover June 23-26! See the event on our Event Calendar and go to Vera Wang Bride for more information! To schedule an appointment please call (02) 9252 6186 or email sydney@verawang.com

The One Fine Day Wedding Fair takes the hard work out of planning a fresh, creative & fun wedding day. With a handpicked selection of over 50 of the best wedding vendors, the Fair makes it super easy for you to come and meet them all under one roof! The next One Fine Day Fair will be held in Perth on at the Claremont Showground on the 12th of June. For more information and to purchase tickets be sure to pop over to One Fine Day Wedding Fair – Perth.

Your Perfect Day Melbourne, brought to you by Bride Australia,  has all the ideas and inspiration you’ve come to expect from their long-running expo (23 years and counting) with a fresh take for 2016. Happening at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 25 and 26 June, it will bring together everything you need to plan your perfect day! From cakes and cars to flowers and fashion, meet the vendors and suppliers who can bring your dream wedding to life – and have a lot of fun while you’re doing it. For more information and to purchase tickets head to their website!

For something a little dramatic and so very stunning, our film this week comes from The Smile Factory Film, and showcases the elegant wedding of Alessandra and Nathan. Opulent and terrifically captured, what is not to love about their day, and this beautiful video.

Kate & Arron’s Beautiful Yallingup Outdoor Wedding

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Kate & Arron

Dancing under the moonlight is the epitome of romance and exactly the way Kate and Arron celebrated their beautiful Yallingup outdoor wedding. The sparkling stars were just the icing on their beautiful wedding cake, all captured beautifully by Merge Photography.

“We met  playing mixed netball at university. Kate was a shy 18 year old who had the biggest crush on confident and handsome Arron. The rest is history.”

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Kate found her gown at Hob Nob Bridal, remembering, “I was dreading the dress shopping experience and wanted it to be over as quickly as possible! The whole process is humiliating! It was made fun by having my bridesmaids, mum, aunty and nana come with me. I was thinking lace but it looked awful on me, much to my nana’s horror. I hate anything cliche so we knew from the beginning I wanted something a bit different and unexpected.

Then my best friend found this dress, and I tried it on and we all fell in love!! The hand beaded, high neck was beautiful and I felt so comfortable in it. We had to alter the sample dress as the line was discontinued a few days after we found it! Luckily the dressmaker at Hob Nob was phenomenal and did such an amazing job to make it fit me! ”

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Kate and Arron were married at Erravilla Estate. Kate tells, “We knew we wanted an outdoor wedding and we loved down south. We came across Erravilla pretty randomly and loved that our bridal party and immediate family could all stay there together for the weekend. It had no curfew and we could do whatever we wanted basically so allowed us to chose all our vendors and style as we pleased. We also loved that our guests only had to get dropped off and picked up from one location, taking away that annoying lull during bridal photos. It felt like one big festival of love!”

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Kate walked down the aisle to “Sweet Disposition” by Temper Trap.

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Kate Hopkinson officiated the ceremony, the bride remembering, “It was simple and we cut out all the unnecessary rubbish. It was just about our love story and commitment to one another. We wrote our vows together as we wanted to vow to live our lives as husband and wife with the same ideals – that is respect, independence, honesty and love. Our celebrant helped us to create this ceremony. My aunty read “He’s not perfect, and neither are you” by Bob Marley. Arron’s sister read “The art of marriage” by Wilferd Paterson.”

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Of their photographer, Kate remarks, “Jodie at Merge Photography was amazing. She knew that Arron & I were really awkward and hated having our photo taken so she just caught natural moments on the day which is what we wanted.”

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Guests enjoyed dinner and dancing on the lawns with tipis from Cape Marquees “We just wanted to make sure we had a big party with all our loved ones and had the best day of our lives which it was! I organised a babysitter to look after the kids at the wedding so the parents could relax and enjoy. As well as a big bus so the usual DD could also party. And good music and a dance floor under the stars of course.”

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For their first dance, the newlyweds chose “Dancing In The Moonlight” by Top Loader. Kate remembers, “It was perfect because we were literally dancing in the moonlight. It was fun but still romantic and we didn’t have to do the same old bridal waltz as we would never dance like that normally. It was real and us (basically that means me dancing around still and awkward Arron). We didn’t rehearse or anything, it was just in the moment.”

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Congratulations on your marriage Kate and Arron! Thank you for sharing your beautiful memories with us! And thank you to the lovely Merge Photography for sharing today’s celebration!

Photographer: Merge Photography / Bride’s Dress: Hob Nob Bridal / Bride’s Shoes: Senso / Groom’s Attire: Roger David / Groom’s Shoes: Julius Marlow / Groomsmen Attire: Roger David / Bridesmaid Dresses: Kookai / Bridesmaid Shoes: Hobbs / Bridesmaid Accessories: Misuzi / Hairstylist: Ali Ash / Makeup Artist: Beth Hoylan / Flowers: Katie Cooper Floral Design / Venue: Erravilla Estate / Ceremony Hire Items: Zest Event Design / Ceremony Officiant: Kate Hopkinson / Ceremony Musicians: Kris Buckle / Reception Hire Items: Zest Event Design / Tipis: Cape Marquees / DJ: Southsound Events By Mandy B / Cake Baker: Saul Atkinson / Photo Booth: Southsound Events By Mandy B / Wedding Rings: Mazzucchellis / Transport: Kuste Kombis

Jilly & Tim’s New Zealand Winery Wedding

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I adore the chic, yet relaxed feel to Jilly and Tim’s New Zealand winery wedding. A glass of bubbles amongst the vines as the sun sets? I could think of nothing better! Sarah McEvoy Photography was there to capture this beautiful, modern wedding day.

Jilly starts their tale with the story of how they came to be. “We met at a Die! Die! Die! (punk band) gig at Bodega in Wellington. Well, we’d actually seen each other around town a couple of times before that night, and had some very cute ‘moments’, but the proper meeting was at the gig. Mutual friends introduced us, I didn’t waste any time – within a minute I boldly suggested that Tim “pashed” me right there and then, and that’s where it all began.”

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Jilly and Tim chose Poppies Martinborough for their wedding, remarking, “We knew we wanted to get married in Martinborough. It’s such a beautiful area of New Zealand, and the fact that’s ‘wine country’ suits Tim and I to a tee! We also liked that it’s close to Wellington – just over an hour’s drive. So easy for guests to get to, whether they were local or flying into Wellington Airport – plus loads of great accommodation options for all. Lots of our guests came over from Melbourne so we wanted to make sure we were getting married at a destination that our friends could enjoy for the whole weekend.

We went over to Martinborough on a Saturday in early Jan (2015) with a short-list of vineyard venues to visit – day one of wedding venue scouting didn’t quite go to plan! We ended up getting a bit “carried away” drinking wine and eating cheese platters in the sun and didn’t actually make it to the venues. But Sunday morning, our first stop was Poppies Martinborough and we both fell in love with it as soon as we walked in. We were sold and booked it on the spot. We never did make it to those other venues!!

Poppies is such a beautiful building, with large windows showing vines as far as the eye can see (creating a feeling of the ‘garden’ being indoors), indoor fireplaces and gorgeous wrought iron design work everywhere, two large chandeliers in the reception room – we really didn’t need to do much to bring our ‘sophisticated Spring’ feel to life. Poppies had three long wooden tables for our guests – we wanted the exposed wood (so no table cloths on guest tables) with lots of warm candlelight, so a natural outdoorsy feel but indoors.”

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Jilly walked down the aisle to Etta James’ “At Last”. “The whole day was filled with laughter, but probably the sweetest giggles were directed at Tim – Tim was so very emotional on the day. He started crying when guests were arriving, and cried even more as I walked down the aisle – it was gorgeous. All of our guests were reacting to Tim’s beautiful tears, and our celebrant made a joke that there was “an awful lot of dust in the air today” – a line which has been repeated a lot in our friend & family circle. I love being married to a man who isn’t afraid to show his emotion, it’s refreshing and real.”

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Ian Kearney officiated the ceremony, Jilly recalling,  “Our ceremony was outdoors in the vines of a beautiful vineyard (Poppies) late on a Spring afternoon. The sun shone for us, despite having rainy days leading up to “our day”.

We wanted our ceremony to be short and sweet – meaningful of course, but just an intimate and straight to the point (like our first proper meeting!) ceremony was what we wanted. Family and friends all gathered around, mostly standing, champagne in hand, and I walked in down the vines towards the guests (not from behind on the aisle as per ‘normal’) so the entrance was a bit unexpected and fun.

For our reading, we had Tim’s sister read “I carry your heart” poem by E.E Cummings. We have both always loved it, and we also wrote our vows based on words in this poem. Our celebrant was a good family friend of Tim’s family, so it was nice to have someone that was connected to us, and that helped us create a ceremony that was very “us” and respectful to both sides of the family.”

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The bride wore the  Maggie Sottero “Spencer” gown from Astra Bridal Wellington. She tells, “I was convinced that I wouldn’t be able to find a dress in my hometown of Wellington – I didn’t think I’d be able to find something as glamorous as I had in mind! But, I thought I should at least visit one Wellington bridal store before looking further afield – and low and behold, on my first visit to Astra Bridal, I fell in love with a dress – my dress!

At the start of my visit I was trying on quite long-sleeved lacy dresses that just didn’t suit me. My Mum quite rightly said that those dresses made me look like I was trying to pretend to be a ‘virgin bride’ which just isn’t me!!  But then I tried on a champagne gold dress that was covered in Swarovski crystals & tiny pearls, it felt so glam and sparkly – I felt like I was off to the Oscars. I was sold.”

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Of their photographer, Jilly remarks, “We really didn’t want lots of posey, kind of ‘awkward’ and cringey wedding pics (peeking out from around trees, and the likes?!) – Tim & I are both quite shy, especially in front of a camera! We really wanted a photographer who could just capture the essence of the day – all the natural smiles and laughter of us, our family and friends. Sarah understood exactly what we were after, even after just two minutes chatting at our first meeting. The smiles, genuine joy and love that Sarah captured through her lens are truly ‘real’ and stunning.”

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Flowers Manuela  styled the floral arrangements for the day, Jilly noting, “Honestly, every little detail blew me away on the day. Everything was truly better than I could have ever imagined – but if I had to say ONE thing, it would be the flowers. I wanted them to be quite wild & whimsical, not too uniform and “traditional”. All of the arrangements really bought the room to life, bringing the ‘outside in’ – the feeling of the wild & beautiful vines, carried through to the inside tables.

I really wanted Manuela to do our flowers as Tim has always bought flowers from her and her lovely team, throughout our whole relationship. I love her work – I love that it’s not prissy, old-fashioned typed flowers, all of her arrangements are unexpected and wild, yet somehow just simple and organic.”

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Of their first dance, Jilly remembers, “We chose ‘Baby’ by Donnie & Joe Emerson – we’ve always loved listening to it together. It’s a soft and beautiful song about wanting to be together “all my life”. Plus, it’s super slow – Tim & I were terrified of dancing in front of everyone, we wanted something really slow so minimum co-ordination and flair was needed! We didn’t practice a routine or anything, in fact, we both kinda pretended it wasn’t going to happen! Figured we’d just wing it on the night and be totally amazing after a few glasses of bubbles. We were in fact, terrible! But we just laughed at ourselves and ran with it. We had begged (and bribed!) our bridal party to join in dancing after 20 seconds. They made us suffer longer than that, but they came through eventually!”

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Congratulations Jilly and Tim! Thank you for sharing the stories of your day with us! Thank you also to Sarah McEvoy Photography for sharing today’s wedding!

Photographer: Sarah McEvoy Photography / Bride’s Dress: Maggie Sottero "Spencer" / Bridal Salon: Astra Bridal Wellington / Bride’s Veil/Hair Accessories: Handmade By Sara Kim / Getting Ready Robes: Piyama / Bride’s Shoes: Isabella Anselmi / Shoe Store: Merchant 1948 / Bride’s Jewelry: Zoe & Morgan / Hairstylist: Sarah Lea Yeoward / Hairstylist: Rebecca Connor Hair & Make-up / Makeup Artist: Sarah Lea Yeoward / Makeup Artist: Rebecca Connor Hair & Make-up / Bridesmaid Dresses: Alannah Hill / Bridesmaid Shoes: Alannah Hill / Groom’s Attire: Crane Brothers / Groomsmen Attire: Crane Brothers / Groom's Shoes: R.M Williams / Groom's Socks: Norse Projects / Flowers: Flowers Manuela / Invitations & Stationery: Anna-Marie Antipas / Signage: Anna-Marie Antipas / Printer: Kinetic Digital Ltd / Venue: Poppies Martinborough / Ceremony Officiant: Ian Kearney / Catering: Nick Arnold Catering / Cake Baker: Brinkel’s Cake Art / Band: Hype Entertainment / Wedding Rings: Angela Kelly Jewellery
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