Classic beauty Catherine married her one true love Mitch, in a traditional ceremony at Sydney’s All Saints’ Anglican Church in Hunters Hill. The sandstone church boasts amazing stained glass windows and the largest remaining Bevington organ in Australia, built back in 1888. The perfect sound for Catherine to meet Mitch as she walked down the aisle.
The bride wore not one, but two dresses which emulated her personal style. The first dress was a two piece top and skirt. The chiffon and scalloped lace corset was purchased from a lingerie store, and romantic billowing skirt made by a close friend. A handmade embellished head scarf cascaded down her shoulders and perfectly matched her second party gown from Thurley.
Wanting an industrial feel for their photos with their close knit bridal party, the couple caught a water taxi to Cockatoo Island. This created the perfect combination of industrial and gritty textures, to compliment the soft colours of Catherine’s gown and bridesmaids dresses.
The ceremony took place at The Deckhouse which boasts breathtaking waterfront views of Sydney Harbour. A whimsical floral centrepiece hung decadently above the bridal table, accented by the couple’s table decorations, cake and beautifully decorated birdcage wishing well.
Catherine combined all of her favourite elements and created a theme she said, ‘Just worked’.
It sure did, and we absolutely love it!