One Fine Day Sydney

by | Event Reviews, Wisdom


Ms Herringbone

After a weekend filled with gorgeous displays, gowns and creative-folk, I’ll be hard-pressed to find anything filled with so much whimsy as One Fine Day Sydney.

I made the leap from Melbourne to Sydney for the weekend, with much anticipation based on the beautiful images from last year’s event, and impressive list of unique vendors. On entry into the aptly named Sun Studios, I was not disappointed. Although the weather outside was miserable, inside it certainly was One Fine Day.

There was an over-arching theme of romanticism, with greenery and glass the look of the day, both on tabletops and in displays. Pastels and whimsy were in, with an almost French Chic quality to many vendors’ offerings.’


Catering for creative couples to gain inspiration from unique vendors in the planning of their big day”, the One Fine Day team offered a bevy of beautiful sights, which could be found in the following sections:

THE ATRIUM: This amazing space full of natural light offered up creative photographers, stationers, stylists, florists and furniture hire, buzzing with bodies and beautiful table arrangements. We loved seeing talented photographers Milton GanStudio Something and John Benavente, stunning floristy by Justine Rose, and dazzling displays from Events by Heidi and Kate, and Decorative Events. 


THE BEAUTY PARLOUR: Adjoining the Ladies dressing room, the Beauty Parlour hosted the talented make up, hair artists and bridal accessories, including Makeup by Megan, accessories by Kristi Bonnici and sumptuous bites by Sharon Wee Creations.


THE LADIES DRESSING ROOM: With it’s exposed brick work and intimate surrounds, this space lends itself to the perfect backdrop for stunning bridal gowns, including showstoppers from Savvy Brides and Sarah Alice Andrews.



STYLE MARKET: Situated adjacent to the atrium, the style market was a gorgeous space housing creative vendors such as celebrant The Asking, the always fabulously decked-out display from Sugarlove Weddings, the very cute High Tea Films and a lovely looking White Magazine.


I came away from the day inspired and energised by the experience, and particularly excited by the weddings that we will see that involve the fabulous vendors from One Fine Day Sydney.  The future is looking just gorgeous!

Images courtesy of One Fine Day Sydney

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