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Kahlara & Matt’s Sweet Watsons Bay Wedding

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


Bride and groom at sunset in Sydney

Kahlara & Matt

You know what a cold heart needs? A beautiful occasion like this sweet Watsons Bay wedding. After a day filled with such sweetness, so much love and the tale of two highschool sweethearts who finally tied the knot, it’s not hard to feel like it’s a very good day. Lina Hayes (Wild at Heart Photography) was there to ensure every shot was captured.

Kahlara tells the story of how they met. “Matt was my first (and only) boyfriend. We met in highschool and I never knew Matt even existed until year 9 Drama Class. By the beginning of year 10 we were dating. We’ve been together for nearly 9 years now!”

Silver wedding shoes

Helping bride get dressed

The bride chose a gown by Lisa Gowing, noting, “I wore Lisa Gowing’s ‘Odette’ dress. At the Lisa Gowing store, my appointment was double booked and so Lisa Gowing herself helped me choose a gown and I absolutely adored the low back that Odette has. It brought me back to my ballet roots.”

Barefoot bride with dress

Bride and bridesmaid hugging

Cream and hot pink bouquets with greenery

Kahlara and Matt loved their vendors, from Floreat, who styled the florals to Lillytales  who created wooden bookmark favors. The bride remembers, “Our flowers for the ceremony and reception from Floreat were gorgeous and working with Kate from Lillytales and Josh, our Highschool friend, for the stationery was so fun and the results were outstanding.”

Wedding Music

Sydney Church Wedding Venue

The couple chose St. Thomas Anglican North Sydney for their ceremony, remarking, “We go to a small Anglican church in Carlingford regularly, however we wanted a church closer to the reception venue, and the beautiful sandstone features and tall ceilings of St. Thomas in North Sydney stole our heart.”

Sydney Church Wedding

Anglican Church in Sydney

Kahlara chose “‘Til Kingdom Come” by Coldplay for her walk down the aisle.

St. Thomas Anglican North Sydney

Bride and groom holding hands

Anglican wedding ceremony

Groom in pale grey suit

Kahlara tells, “We had a traditional Anglican ceremony and sung our favourite hymns (Rock of Ages, And In Christ Alone). We dedicated a passage (Psalm 18) to my late grandfather and our sermon was focused on Ephesians 5:22-33.”

Church wedding ceremony

Happy groom at Sydney wedding

Floreat Wedding Bouquets

Church wedding band

One very special song had to be played at the ceremony, the bride tells. “During the signing of the registry, Mim and Cam (bridal party members), sang a song by The Blackbird Collective (as Matt is the drummer and Cam is the lead singer) called ‘Lover, We’d be Good’. This song was written by Cam and was based on Matt and my relationship, so it was absolutely fitting for the song to be performed on our wedding day.”

First kiss at Sydney wedding

The bride tells, ” My cousins, maid of honour and I baked cookies in the 3 days leading up to the wedding so that all guests at the ceremony would have something to take home!”

Bridesmaid with bouquet

Groom in grey suit

Bride with bridesmaids in blue

Bridesmaid in cornflower blue dress

Beach wedding photo

Beachside wedding photo

Bride with bridesmaids in pale blue

Bridal party at watsons bay


View from Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel

The newlyweds chose Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel for their reception, Kahlara remarking, “Dealing with Kietah from Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel was a dream!”

Floreat Flowers

Watsons Bay Boutqiue Hotel Wedding


Seafoood platter at Watsons Bay Boutique HotelWatsons Bay Wedding


Cheese Wheel Cake

The couple chose a cheese stack wedding cake from Salt Meats Cheese.

Wedding guest book

The reception had a subtle apple theme, as a nod to the couple’s high school romance. Kahlara tells, “Matt and I had a major part in designing our stationery as we used the talents of a Highschool friend studying digital design. Our favours were wooden bookmarks made by Lillytales . These had a quote from Barney Stinson (HIMYM) “Whatever you do in life, it’s not legendary unless your friends are there to see it. – Barney Stinson” with our Apple logo at the base of the bookmark.”

Wedding at Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel

Foirst dance at Sydney wedding

For their first dance, Kahlara and Matt chose an old favourite. The bride tells, “We chose a cover of one of our favourite high school songs ‘Here (in your arms)’ by Hellogoodbye. We had not taken any lessons together, but it went very smoothly. After the first dance we went straight into the Father Daughter dance which was to Joe Cocker’s hit ‘You Are So Beautiful’. This was a really sweet moment for me.”

Sydney wedding dance

Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel Wedding Photo

Dancing at Sydney wedding

Wedding speech at Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel

Post speech hugs at Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel

Wedding reception at Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel

Wedding toast at Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel

Wedding exit at Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel

Wedding tunnel exit at Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel

Sydney lighthouse wedding photo

Lina Hayes wedding photo

Sunset wedding photo

Wild at Heart Photography

Wedding photo at Lighthouse in Sydney

Silhouette Sydney Wedding photo

Orange sky wedding photo

Bride in Lisa Gowing

Bride wearing Lisa Gowing

Groom wearing Shoreditch

Newlyweds kissing

Congratulations Kahlara and Matt! Thank you for sharing your story with us! Thank you also to Lina Hayes (Wild at Heart Photography) for sharing today’s wedding!

Photographer: Lina Hayes (Wild at Heart Photography) / Bride’s Dress: Lisa Gowing / Bride’s Jewelry: Peter Trends / Groom’s Attire: Shoreditch / Groom's Shoes: Windsor Smith / Groomsmen Attire: Shoreditch / Bridesmaid Dresses: Rodeo Show / Hairstylist: Carla Jones / Makeup Artist: Carla Jones / Flowers: Floreat / Invitations & Stationery: Friend / Ceremony Venue: St. Thomas Anglican North Sydney / Ceremony Musicians: The Blackbird Collective / Ceremony Officiant: Matthew Dodd (Merrylands Anglican Minister) / Reception Venue: Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel / Favors: Lillytales Wooden Bookmark / Cheese Cake: Salt Meats Cheese / Wedding Rings: Diamond Traders
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Sandra & David ‘s Garden Winery Wedding

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


Jonathan David Hunter Valley Wedding

Sandra & David

I love a garden wedding and I most certainly love a winery wedding, so when you combine the two like Sandra and David did into a garden winery wedding, you know it will be something truly beautiful. Sandra and David chose Jonathan David  to photograph their wedding day.

As for how they met, Sandra and David tell, “We met four years ago – initially at an unsuccessful speed dating event, and then again through mutual friends while having breakfast a couple of months later. We seemed to hit it off much better the second time around! We dated for many months and traveled together. David had bought the ring and organised a fantastic date in Manly at which he hoped to propose. On the way to the beach Sandra’s brother called to us that he had just proposed to his girlfriend! David then carried the ring around with him for 11 more months, across the globe, just waiting for another perfect opportunity to propose. He finally got his chance on a chilly winter night in Mexico City.”

Lace back wedding gown with buttons

Sandra chose the Maggie Sottero “Madrid” gown. She tells, “I guess I was pretty lucky to find the dress the first time I went shopping, but I still tried on what felt like hundreds to get there. As soon as I saw it, I knew it was different to all the others and had the kind of character I was looking for. The lace was absolutely beautiful.” Her bridesmaid wore a pink dress from Review.

Bride in deep taupe wedding gown

Bride with bridesmaid in rose pink

Groom and groomsmen in navy suit

The groom and groomsmen wore navy suits from George and King.

George and Kind Wedding Suit

Chalkboard wedding welcome signWhite wire chairs with wooden table for signing

Sandra and David chose Circa 1876 for their wedding, noting, “Roberts is hands down the best venue we’ve come across. It is absolutely gorgeous, and fit in perfectly with our theme of a vintage wedding. The decor is really rustic and authentic to its original purpose which gave off a great country vibe. We had our ceremony out in the garden next to the vineyards, and inside Circa 1876 restaurant for the reception. The weather was excellent – the light started to filter through the trees just before the ceremony which gave it a really special feeling.”

Circa 1876 Restaurant Garden Wedding

Paper fans at wedding

Hunter Valley Garden Wedding

Hunter Valley garden Wedding venue

Hunter Valley Wedding Ceremony

Sandra walked down the aisle to Heartbeats – Jose Gonzalez.

Wedding ceremony at  Circa 1876

Garden ceremony at  Circa 1876Circa 1876 Wedding Ceremony

Vicky-Jayne Streatfield officiated the ceremony, Sandra and David remembering, “We kept the ceremony relatively brief, and included readings from the bride’s brother, and the groom’s mother.”

Vienyard garden wedding NSW

Garden at  Circa 1876 Wedding

Congratulating new bride

Congratulating the groom

Bridal aprty in navy and pink

George and King

Groom and groomsmen in navy suitsBride with bridesmaid in hot pink

Pink peony bouquet with magenta roses

Jonathan David

Jonathan David Wedding

Of their photographer, Sandra remarks, “Having good photos was important to us and we were fortunate enough to find and book Jonathan David for the big day. We had met with him beforehand and seen some of his impressive work, and found him to be a very relaxed and professional kind of guy. And he did not disappoint – he managed to capture every special moment on the day without being intrusive, and has left us with an extensive collection of beautiful pictures and a finished album which will last a lifetime.”

Landscape Wedding photo in Hunter Valley

Jonathan David Landscape Photo

Jonathan David Field photo

Golden field in Hunter Valley Wedding Photo

Maggie Sottero Madrid Gown

Bride in Maggie Sottero Madrid dress

Hunter Valley garden games

Garden games at wedding

Guests played garden games and drank champagne as the sun set.

Sunset garden games at wedding

Sunset winery wedding photoNewlywed sin Hunter Valley

Hunter Valley Wedding Photo

Bride in Taupe wedding dressGroom in George and King

Circa 1876 Vernadah

Circa 1876 DecorCirca 1876 Wedding

Candles at wedding reception

Pink peonies wedding centrepiece

Peonies Floral Designer styled up floral arrangements of pink peonies and deep pink roses, Sandra remarks, “Darlene from Peonies went over and above our expectations for flowers and table settings. We were limited in our communication before hand, as we were organising the whole thing over long distance, but she listened to what we wanted and transformed that into an amazing setting with intricate detail that all our guests remembered for a long time.”

White wedding cake with pink peoniesWedding venue with dark wood chairs

Garden pink peony wedding reception

Handmade jam wedding favor

For handmade details, Sandra tells, “We anticipated a fairly hot day, so handmade some vintage paper fans for guests to use during the ceremony. We also slaved over a hot stove making homemade strawberry jam and spiced pear chutney as favors for wedding guests.”

Wedding serenade

The bride and groom were in for a big surprise as they sat down for dinner, Sandra remembers, “A standout of the day was a surprise a cappella performance from the bridesmaid (my sister) and some members of her local harmony chorus! They had been practicing in secret for months beforehand and made the trip all the way to the Hunter Valley for the weekend to surprise us. I was overcome with emotion when they started singing, and was just floored with the amount of effort my sister had gone to to orchestrate it all. It’s something I’ll always remember, and I still get a little emotional when I think about it.”

Serenade at wedding

Surprise at weddign

First dance at wedding

Of their first dance, Sandra remembers, “We had a few sneaky lessons beforehand, and danced to Wonderful World by Sam Cooke.”

Hunter Valley Wedding Reception

Congratulations on your marriage Sandra and David! Thank you for sharing the details of your day! Thank you to Jonathan David for sending this wedding our way!

Photographer: Jonathan David / Bride’s Dress: Maggie Sottero / Bride’s Shoes: Chie Mihara / Groom’s Attire: George and King / Groom's Shoes: Milana / Groomsmen Attire: George and King / Groomsmen's Shoes: Ted Baker / Bridesmaid Dresses: Review / Hairstylist: LaDonna, Toronto / Makeup Artist: Napoleon Perdis / Flowers & Decor: Peonies Floral Designer / Venue: Circa 1876 / Ceremony Officiant: Vicky-Jayne Streatfield / Cake Baker: Project Cake / Wedding Rings: Georg Jensen / Wedding Rings: Tiffany & Co / Wedding Registry: David Jones

Sarah & Henry’s Romantic Country Wedding

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


Country wedding newlyweds

Sarah & Henry

The classic romance of a country wedding never fails to send my love of weddings sky high. From the beautiful stories the incredible landscape backdrops and the sweet country halls turned into the most unique and fun celebration spaces.  The romantic country wedding of Sarah and Henry comes to us from the groom’s sister – Photography by Sarah J.

Sarah tells the tale of how they came to be. “Henry was working at our local sports store and I had to go and try on netball uniforms we had ordered. He was there in the back room sitting at a table eating his lunch when I walked in, and that’s the first time we met. We then just kept running into each other everywhere! ”

Wheat inspired wedding invvitations

Groom and groomsmen in chinos and checked shirts

The groom and groomsmen all wore check shirts with pants and braces from Roger David.

Bride with bride and flower crown

Sarah chose a gown by Anna Campbell, explaining, “I chose to wear the Isobelle dress by Anna Campbell. I was obsessed with Anna Campbell when I first discovered her. The dresses she makes are amazing and exactly the style I wanted. I couldn’t wait to make an appointment to try them on. I bought mine from the Anna Campbell store on Sydney Road, Brunswick and the ladies there were absolute gems.”

Bride with red lips

Flowergirl walking down the aisle

Sarah, her bridesmaids and the couple’s daughters walked down the aisle to Jason Walker – Kiss Me. Sarah tells, “Walking up the aisle I couldn’t help but cry. It was just so surreal that the moment had finally come and I was so overwhelmed with happiness.”

Demosa Hall

Sarah and Henry married at Demosa Hall (The Pioneer Settlement) in Swan Hill. They tell, “We wanted an outside wedding originally but it poured rain all week leading up to our wedding so we resorted to the old Demosa Hall at the Pioneer Settlement. It’s a historic, restored little township from our 1850s with everything vintage which matched our theme.”

Swan Hill Wedding Ceremony

Wedding ceremony in country hall

Hayden Price officiated the ceremony, the bride and groom remembering, “We just wanted to embrace our loved ones and have it all about us and not so much about the fancy things. Our reading was “Oh the places you’ll go” by Dr. Seuss.”

Swan Hill Wedding

Swan Hill Hall Wedding

Bride and groom hugging family

A-Model Ford Wedding Cars

“We used Henry’s Grandpa Jack’s restored vintage A-Model Ford as our wedding car.”

Bride with bridesmaids in marsala

Farmyard Flowers, Sea Lake  created the wheat filled bouquets, Sarah and Henry remarking, “Our florist, Jenny from Farmyard Flowers in Sea Lake, Victoria. Jenny was such a great lady to deal with. I took ideas to her and she made them better than I had even thought of. We took our wheat to her and she put it through our bouquets, pins and hairpieces. She’s very creative and does such an amazing job. An absolute pleasure to work with. We both loved getting out our creative flare and coming up with unique ideas.”

Country Bridal Party in Raisin

Demosa Hall Wedding

Country Victoria Wedding

Australian country wedding photo

Country wedding

Of their photographer, Sarah and Henry tell, “Our awesome photographer just happened to be Henry’s sister Sarah, of Photography by Sarah J. She helped us with a great deal of our wedding not just the photography sides of things. If we had any questions we’d just give her a call and she’d always have the answer for us. Sarah found some great locations and was the best to work with. She helped us put our ideas into action and we were definitely blown away with the end results! Sarah was the best asset we had and we couldn’t have done any of it without her.”

Forest in country victoria for photos

Photography by Sarah J Wdding Photo

Bride with red gumboots

Newlyweds in country wedding

Bride with red lips and braid

Wedding photo in front of hall

Bridesmaids in raisin dresses

Bridesmaids in raisin

Country Hall Wedding Venue

Wooden box seating chart

Colouful bunting at wedding

Another country hall – Nyah Memorial Hall set the scene for the reception, the newlyweds telling, “Henry made our bar, the lemonade stand, the string festoon lights, the photo booth and all the tree slabs for the table centers. Sarah made all the flags, signs, the cake, gathered books and all the little decor items. We had a working bee with family to make our invitations and favors. We both gathered wheat from the farm at harvest for the bouquets, pins and decor.”

Bar at country wedding

Homemade favors

Guests received homemade jars of hot chocolate mix as wedding favors.

Country hall wedding

Naked wedding cake with strawberries

The bride made the wedding cake using Henry’s grandmother’s sponge cake recipe. “We wanted most of it to be made or done by us so everyone knew the wedding was who we were. I (Sarah) got a few baking lessons with Henry’s Grandma Chriss on how to bake her secret sponge cake recipe for our wedding cake.”

Wedding lemonade stand

Wedding indstruction card

Wedding menu in frame

Bride and groom during speeches

Emotional during wedding speeches

Kissing during wedding speeches

Nyah Memorial Hall at night

First dance at country hall wedding

Of their first dance, the newlyweds tell, “We didn’t have any dance lessons we kind of “winged” it on the day! We danced to Matt Corby- Resolution.”

Groom dancing with grandmother

Bride and groom with children

Kissing with sparklers at wedding

Congratulations Sarah and Henry! Thank you for sharing the stories of your day with us! Thank you to Photography by Sarah J for sharing such a personal wedding with us!

Photographer: Photography by Sarah J / Bride’s Dress: Anna Campbell / Bride’s Shoes: RMK / Bride’s Jewelry: Angus and Coote / Groom’s Attire: Roger David / Groomsmen Attire: Roger David / Bridesmaid Dresses: Valleygirl / Bridesmaid Shoes: Tony Bianco / Bridesmaid Accessories: Colette By Colette Hayman / Hairstylist: Sweeney Todd Hair Artistry / Makeup Artist: La Beauté / Flowers: Farmyard Flowers, Sea Lake / Ceremony Venue: Demosa Hall (The Pioneer Settlement) / Ceremony Officiant: Hayden Price / Reception Venue: Nyah Memorial Hall / Furniture Hire (Tables): Swan Hill Party Hire / Band: Fallout Coverband / Catering: Any Occasion Katering / Cake Baker: Bride / Wedding Rings: Angus and Coote / Transport: A-Model Ford (Henry's Grandfather's) / Transport: Swan Hill Bus Lines

Ellie & Tim’s Beachside Sydney Wedding

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


Summer Wedding

Ellie & Tim

There is a beautiful feeling to the beachside Sydney wedding of Ellie and Tim. The day starts with a sunshine filled first look, a ceremony in the garden of a beautiful beach side restaurant before canapes and celebrations began in earnest. Pictures & Hearts were there to capture every smile and hug.

Ellie tells the story of special Friday night. “We met out one night at Friday night drinks with my work colleagues who Tim went to school with. After some brief chats and knowing only my first name and where I worked, Tim’s advanced Googling skills meant that the following Tuesday I was responding to an email with a request for my “legal expertise”.”

Helping groom get ready

Groom outting on watchGroom in taupe suit with white tie

The groom wore a cream coloured suit he had made at Yaly Couture, Vietnam.

Groom in bone suit

Alan Pinkus Wedding ShoesBride with Jennifer Regan Wedding Dress

Doing up buttons on wrdding gownBridesmaids helping bride with wedding gown

Jennifer Regan created Ellie’s gown, Ellie tells, “The dress was custom made by designer Jennifer Regan in Newtown. I wanted something very specific that was simple, elegant and matched the wedding style. Jennifer adapted one of her designs to exactly what I wanted and the whole experience was really enjoyable and easy. She was a dream to work with.  My mum who is very talented made our flower halos – they were stunning!”

Bride putting on shoesLow back wedding gown

First look at cliff top

Bride in Jennifer Regan Gown

Bride behind grooma t first look

The couple met before the ceremony, Tim explaining, “We had “first look” photos at Shelly Beach in Manly. This was awesome. I got to see Ellie in her dress and hug her prior to the ceremony. This way I wasn’t utterly overwhelmed as she walked up the aisle so I could enjoy the moment and admire her beauty.”

Groom and bride holding hands during first lookSydney wedding first look

Bridal Couple Modern PhotoModern Wedding

Bride with low backeed gown

Bride with bridesmaids in shades of taupe

Ellie’s bridesmaids were given a brief of “neutral coloured, short dresses” and all chose their own outfits for the day.

Pictures and hearts photography

Pictures and hearts wedding photography

Sydney bridal party

Wedding kombiBride in Kombi Van

Cupid Wedding Cars transported the bridal party in Kombi vans.

Pliu Restaurant wedding ceremony

Ellie and Tim were married at Pilu Restaurant, holding their ceremony in the beach side garden before dining in the restaurant. They tell, “We chose Pilu because it offered the best of everything we wanted – a beautiful beach backdrop, amazing food, the ceremony onsite which meant that we didn’t have to shuffle guests from the ceremony to reception. The interior suited us perfectly because it was big enough to fit 100 people but still felt very intimate and special.”

With lots of love wedding programCross backed wedding gown

Ellie walked down the aisle to “Cavatina” played on acoustic Spanish style guitar by Guitarist ‘Carlos’ of South Beat Entertainment.

Pilu Restaurant Wedding Venue

Wedding at Sydney Restaurant

Sydney waterside restaurant wedding

Jan Littlejohn Celebrant

Jan Littlejohn, Ceremonies with Style officiated the ceremony, the newlyweds remembering, “The ceremony was held outdoors in Pilu’s garden. It was beautiful and simple and we were so lucky with the weather. We had the beach and setting sun in the background while our family and friends (some seated and others standing) watched on. It was very short, only 30 minutes and suited us perfectly. We wrote our own vows.”

Groom in bone coloured suitWedding by the water in Sydney

Beachside wedding Sydney

Pilu's garden weddingPilu's garden wedding ceremony

Groom post ceremonyBride with bridesmaids

Bride after wedding ceremony

Paper lanterns at outdoor wedding receptionWedding Canapes

Wedding foodCocktail hour at wedding

The bride’s aunt and cousin, who traveled internationally to attend the wedding set out a Persian Sofreh during cocktail hour. Ellie notes, “The Persian Sofreh was very special. It’s a traditional spread with symbolic pieces laid out in front of the bride and group which includes a large mirror reflecting the new future of the couple.”

Beachside Sydney wedding

Beach wedding photo

Sydney beach weding photo

Sydney beach wedding

Of their photographer, Ellie and Tim note, “We chose to go with Pictures and Hearts who were amazing from the moment we got in touch with them. The photos turned out so beautiful. The day goes by so quickly that the photos essentially capture the memories better than we could!”

Photo on the beach  in Sydney

Bride wearing Jennifer ReganWedding photo on the beach

Pilu Restaurant Wedding ReceptionThank you bags for wedding

Sydney restaurant wedding

Ellie wanted to make sure the reception felt like a reflection of what she and Tim love, she tells, “I wanted very specific looking napkins so I prearranged picking up 100 napkins from Pilu and using twine, and natural dried transparent leaves (store bought) I tied each guest’s wooden name tag to the napkins. I also purchased all the glassware for the table flowers and my mother, maid of honour and I prepared the flowers. We had our friends Sophie and Marie set out the flowers before the guests arrived.”

Peach and white wedding flowersWedding napkins tied with string

Sydney wedding speeches

Bridesmaid with greeneyr crown

Bride hugging bridesmaid after speech

One of Ellie’s favourite parts of the day was her maid of honour’s speech, she tells, “My maid of honour Gemma, gave the greatest speech which coined the phrase “Tim redefined the checklist” referring to my checklist of what I wanted in a partner before meeting Tim.”

Bride giving speech

First dance in resaturant

Of their first dance, Ellie and Tim tell, “Our first dance was fun! We chose a non traditional song “You and Me” by Disclosure, remixed by Flume. We only practiced the morning of our wedding and chose to choreograph the first part of the song then free dance and invite the bridal party to join us.” Above and Beyond DJs kept the dance floor moving all night.

Dancing at Sydney restaurant Above and Beyond DJs

Fun first dance at wedding

Wedding restaurant dancingDancing at wedding

Congratulations on your marriage Ellie and Tim! Thank you for sharing your day with us! Thank you also to Pictures & Hearts for sharing today’s wedding!

Photographer: Pictures & Hearts / Bride’s Dress: Jennifer Regan / Bride’s Shoes: Alan Pinkus / Bride’s Jewelry: Swarovski / Groom’s Attire: Yaly Couture, Vietnam / Groom's Shoes: Florsheim / Groomsmen Attire: Yaly Couture, Vietnam / Bridesmaid Dresses: Zimmerman, J Crew and Custom Made / Hairstylist: Laura Morales Morris / Makeup Artist: Amelia Axton / Flowers: Bride's Mother / Invitations & Stationery: Wood Chick / Venue: Pilu Restaurant / Ceremony Officiant: Jan Littlejohn, Ceremonies with Style / Ceremony Musicians: Guitarist 'Carlos' of South Beat Entertainment / DJ: Above and Beyond DJs / Photo Booth: Special Snaps / Wedding Rings: Blue Nile / Transport: Cupid Wedding Cars
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