Today’s wedding is the gorgeous wedding of Lee-Chin & Steven, the wedding today is so beautifully vibrant and full of touches that pay homage to their Chinese heritage. The colours in today’s wedding are beautiful and the succulents in the bouquets immediately won me over.
The couple held their ceremony at Yurulbin Park in Birchgrove with the reception later in the evening at Waters Edge‘ at Pier One in Sydney city.
Welcome back to Rosalind and Blake’s wedding! I love the thought Rosalind and Blake put into their reception. They wanted shared food to be served at the reception so guests had a chance to interact with each other.
Rosalind made all of the table arrangements herself using flowers from the markets. Blake had spent months removing the necks from green glasses bottles to create vases. Rosalind also created paper pom poms to sit on each place setting as a place cards and vintage style paper fans to keep guests cool.
How was that for a beautiful wedding? We’re only halfway through wedding week and I love the beautiful weddings I’m sharing with you all this week!
Congratulations to Rosalind and Blake on your marriage! I wish you all the best for a brilliant lift together! Thank you to SugarLove Weddings for sharing the photographs with us!
Today’s wedding is so beautifully Australian that I’m looking forward to sharing it with you! Having met at a pamper weekend where Blake was posing as a hairdresser, the couple struck up a wonderful friendship. Rosalind and Blake married in the heart of the MacDonald Valley in New South Wales and created a beautiful “nostalgic garden party” theme to their wedding day.
Rosalind wore a gown by Hanna Couture. It featured guipure lace over a low-backed satin undergown with cap sleeves and a skirt of godet inserts. It suited Rosalind’s wish of nothing floral, shiny or satin! She wore shoes from Edward Meller.
Rosalind and her maid of honour, Sarnah created all of the flower arrangements themselves using flowers from the Sydney markets. Including a beautiful bunch of purple hydrangeas which complimented the lavender and mossy green colour scheme of the day.
Rosalind’s maid of honour wore a lavender gown from Fleur Wood.
The wedding was a largely DIY affair with Rosalind hand writing all of the invitations and her maid of honour creating tissue paper pom poms to hang from the trees.
Check back this afternoon for Rosalind and Blake’s beautiful sunset garden reception!