Inspired Words – Daniella

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We just love the old world glamour of Daniella and Adrian’s classic Newport Substation wedding.

From her stunning Jane Hill dress, Adrian’s suit from Oscar Hunt and the rustic but elegant Newport Substation’s moody lighting and old world ambiance, their wedding took on a classic feel that never dates.

Daniella tells us about what really mattered for her wedding day. “Prior to planning our wedding we spoke about how we wanted the day to feel. The energy and vibe of the day and night was really important to us. We also really wanted to create a day that reflected us as individuals and as a couple.

Our advice would be to really consider what it is you want to achieve and be loyal to your own style. There are so many trends/themes that come and go, but I think for it to truly work it needs to make sense and by this I mean relate somehow to the couple. Also remember that everyone is going to have an opinion on what they think your day should be like. The most important opinion is yours. Follow your gut instinct and if you really want something, work hard to make it happen!”

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Images by Aparat Photography

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