Kate and Josh’s big day was the epitome of Melbourne style, understated elegance combined with urban cool. From the backdrop of the city skyline and the lush CBD gardens to the exposed brickwork and pristine heritage houses, the couple used the beauty of Melbourne as a design accessory, as opposed to simply a ‘location’.
Kate’s J’Aton Couture sleeveless gown featured a high neckline, long train and fitted bodice, creating a streamlined silhouette and allowing the intricate baroque embroidery to make a statement. The nude underlay turned what could’ve been a traditional gown into a dramatic, flirtatious and modern masterpiece.
The reception stying centred around classic black and white, letting the dark timber and brick accents of the Panama Dining Room shine through.
The couple wanted the wedding to be a celebration of their love with just over 130 of their loved ones, and guests feasted on food, wine and a divine naked cake from Splendid Servings to the sounds of smooth jazz. The atmosphere was relaxed and the mood was festive – and from what we hear, the party went well into the night!
Love and Sparkles,