Liz and Dan

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Liz and Dan

Let’s kick off our Friday with a lovely relaxed celebration! The lovely Hailey of You Can’t Be Serious Photography sent this over to us and I thought it was a perfectly delicious looking wedding when all most of us want to do right now is kick back and relax- just the style of today’s wedding!

Liz and Dan met at university while studying graphic design They decided on a casual wedding celebration – they didn’t worry about how many and family and friends to invite, they just invited them all!

Prior to the ceremony, Liz and Dan met up for some green garden photos in Surrey Hills.

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Liz had her bouquet made by her friend’s mother. She wore a dip dyed dress from Nicolangela and shoes from Diana Ferrari. Dan wore a pin stripe shirt from Country Road with pants from Myer. His shoes were from Satch.

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Liz walked down the aisle to “Iron and Wine” by Peng 33.

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Liz and Dan held their ceremony and reception at the Mentone Life Saving Club in Melbourne. Liz’s ring was made by a Dutch artist while Dan and Liz were living in Holland (this is where they got engaged). Dan’s ring was made by an old school friend.

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Check back this afternoon for the fun reception!

Photos by You Can’t Be Serious Photography

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COMMENTS
  • Blue Penguin says:
    March 26, 2010 at 12:27 pm

    So lovely – the look and feel of Liz and Dan’s wedding is just beautiful. I love their outfits (her dress is just *amazing*) and they look so happy and so like they’re being them, getting married (says me, without knowing either of them, but you know what I mean!). Thanks for featuring a non-bridey bride – it makes some us us feel like we haven’t lost the plot with our own planning.

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  • Kim King Smith says:
    March 26, 2010 at 1:56 pm

    The flowers are gorgeous. So unique and beautiful!
    Kim King Smith Events

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  • Ellen says:
    March 26, 2010 at 2:58 pm

    I love love love the dress! I love the navy which really sets off that beautiful bouquet! Can’t wait for the recption

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  • Emma Smith says:
    March 26, 2010 at 9:14 pm

    These photos are awesome! Love love love all the details and love even more because its local to me!!! Such a natural wedding. Stunning.
    Emma Smith Event Stationery

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  • Brit says:
    April 2, 2010 at 10:49 am

    IN love with the ombre on the gown! So gorgeous!

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  • britfetestl (Brit @fête stl) says:
    April 2, 2010 at 10:53 am

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    How can you not love the ombre on this bride’s gown?! [link to post]

    – Posted using Chat Catcher

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