Stephanie and Daniel were together for 8 years before Daniel decided to pop the question. A week after their anniversary, Daniel book the couple’s favourite restaurant in Bondi for dinner. Before they went to the restaurant, Daniel suggested to go for a walk to get a picture of the sunset and thats where he got down on one knee and surprised Stephanie!
The couple’s wedding a traditional yet classic and unique affair. The couple had a traditional wedding service and tied the knot at St. Thomas Church which had beautiful gothic details, stunning intricate painting and stonework which accompanied the mood and theme of the couple’s wedding.
Stephanie and Daniel’s wedding was a monochrome and refined look, inspired by the 1940s colour palette and modernity from the art deco period. The emerald green, black and age brass hues throughout the wedding made the event super luxe, modern and glam.
The couple’s monogram designed by the bride added that personalised finish to the details of the wedding. The reception was adorned with lit lychee and guava scented candles as well as imported roses which gave such an aromatic and vibrant note to the wedding held at the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Along with their modern and sophisticated details, Stephanie and Daniel fused together their Italian, Greek and Croatian backgrounds into the wedding. The wedding featured the traditional bouzouki, bag pipes and creation rosemary which blended their heritages and appreciation for all the cultural aspects and people who shaped the couple. All 200 guests were up on their feet on the dance floor and danced the night away.