Both coming from large European families, Jessica and Matthew’s wedding was a blend of cultures and generations, beautifully reflecting their backgrounds.
Bride Jessica donned an intricately detailed Galia Lahav complemented with the perfect pair of nude Louboutin’s, alongside her bridesmaids in pretty monochrome waterfall gowns.
Before the church ceremony, the couple met to take photos in the Botanical Gardens, helping them to ease into the day and more importantly, spending quality time alone before they spent the rest of the day with their guests. The ceremony was followed by a beautiful reception at the National Gallery in Melbourne, where the colourful lead-light roof was the inspiration for the styling of the wedding.
“We were very lucky to have the help of two graphic design friends and a florist who can only be described as creative geniuses! They hand painted the design for the invites in watercolour and managed to subtly incorporate the same base design across all elements of the wedding: church books, menu cards, signage, even the photo booth printed pictures. We passed this design onto our florist, who filled the room with vibrant flowers and brought the colour of ceiling onto the tables. It was amazing to see it come together,” the couple told Wedded Wonderland.
Be inspired by this stunning wedding, Fairies!
Photographer The White Tree