This wedding has relaxed boho written all over it. From Georgie’s low-cut lace gown to the pink, red and white roses teamed with distressed timber and antique gold accessories, just one look at the photos and you’ll be tempted to buy a flower crown and don a pair of bejeweled sandals.
Georgie and Stefan first met when they both joined the same basketball club. George noticed him from across the room immediately and got his number from a mutual friend before asking him out on a date.
Stefan proposed to Georgie the night that after they put an offer in to buy an apartment together. Georgie got home from a big day at work to meet Stefan for dinner and when she entered the home, there was a white piece of paper over the light switch, asking her to keep the lights off. As she swung open the door, Stefan was on one knee surrounded by hundreds of candles with ‘will you marry me?’ written on the mirror behind him. Stefan proposed with a diamond so that Georgie could design her own ring.
The wedding was themed as an enchanted garden party, which caused Georgie some stress as it had rained the entire week leading up to the big day! However, the weather cleared on the day of the wedding and it was a magical, relaxed day with lots of laughter and dancing.
During the speeches, Stefan made a special tribute to his 90-year old Nana, who managed to come along and celebrate their marriage.
Georgie says that the most memorable part of the night was the pre-reception photo-shoot with the bridal party. ‘It was one of the only calm moments before the party started,’ she says.
Georgie and Stefan wouldn’t change a single thing from their big day, however George recommends that the bride and groom consider taking some extra time off work beforehand, so that they can get some much needed R&R (and ensure they don’t catch the flu from co-workers before the wedding like Georgie did)!