Something different was always going to be the focus of Sarah and Michael’s purple and black themed wedding. Sarah had a great vision of what she wanted right from the “Corpse Bride” themed wedding cake down to the eco friendly touch of a donation to World Vision in lieu of bombonnieres. Sarah’s stunning white wedding dress was intricately designed with hand sewn crystals and she teamed this gown with a gorgeous bouquet of white asiatic lillies and roses from Floral Edge.
The bridesmaids wore gorgeous aubergine purple in a design that matched the bride as well as matching bouquets. Sarah and Micheal were married in the picturesque surroundings of Laughton Park Gardens in Mount Gambier and a total of 100 guests joined them to celebrate at the Western Tavern for a sit down three course dinner and a taste of the wedding cake for dessert.
Matching aubergine crystal organza chair sashes and beautiful diamante brooches made the reception venue sparkle and Sarah’s love of “bling” came through with the addition of a Fantasia backdrop complete with fairly lights to accentuate the bridal table with mirrors and a crystal organza swag bridal skirting with diamante brooches to match.
Their quirky wedding cake created and designed by the extremely talented Mandy Lynn and assisted by Cheryl Clover was quite the feature! It was surrounded by tiny fairy lights and set off with a cake topper brought in from overseas. More photos of this amazing wedding can be viewed in the gallery page of Wedding & Event Management Services.
SARAH’S DREAM TEAM: Flowers by Floral Edge, Wedding cake by Mandy Lynn of Mandy Lynn Cake Decorator and Cheryl Clover, Makeup by Andrea Rout, Catering by the Western Tavern, Photography by Hayley Blok of Blok Photographics, Chaircovers and all linen supplied by Chaircovers Over All, Candelabra hire by Blue Lake Hire, Fantasia backdrop and table centrepiece mirrors from Dazzling Decor Hire and reception linen set up by Wedding planner Nadine DiGiorgio and her team at Wedding & Event Management Services.
Some photos courtesy of Hayley Blok from Blok Photographics.