Newlyweds Mary and Peter celebrated their special day with their closest family and friends. A European market soirée, filled with eating, drinking, dancing the night away and enjoying their guests.
It was very important for the couple to build the space up from scratch so finding such a place was no easy feat. Once they landed at Red Leaf Wollombi, it was love at first sight. A year of planning, sourcing, organising, and creating led to their dreams coming to life.
The bride’s brother George was a part of the vision and with his creative inclination, he sparked the European market soirée with a special and meaningful touch. All his stationery and touches were divine, not to mention his exceptional MC’ing… Talk about sibling goals!
Laice and Doug from LB Styling coordinated this unique and fun wedding with unmatched support and energy despite having yearlong consultations over zoom.
They filled the space like a market; pockets of charcuterie, a pizza truck, a diner food truck that served cheeseburgers and fries late at night, and a flower stall that turned into take-homes. We just love all the thoughtfulness that went into it.
The flowers were wrapped by Beth from Dandy Flora at the end of the night in personalised tissue paper, and there were little planter boxes that had surprise seedlings, there were personalised tote bags, wrist bands that they partied in, and of course a bar and dance floor in the centre of it all.
The air was full of so much love and energy.
Advice from the Bride:
“Supportive team only! Remember you can only control what you can control, and you are not alone. There were times I didn’t feel my feelings or emotions towards the stress and uncertainty of covid were valid or worth sharing. But what you feel is what you feel. Talk to other brides that are also in your same position – I found myself having some really wholesome chats! Super grateful for the amazing, positive, supportive friends and family around me and the amazing, flexible vendors that I met along the way. Also – Ban the C word! We told guests it was not allowed to be spoken about in a light-heartedly way through our stationery packs on arrival.“