Wedding Chicks Feature: Pink and Gold Wedding Celebrating Life
Today we’re throwing it back to 2014 with a wedding we love reminiscing about. It was featured on Wedding Chicks and it was such a joy to be a part of!
“Elizabeth and Ross decided they wanted their big day to be a celebration of life. Ross’ mom unfortunately passed away exactly two months before the wedding and they knew that their wedding could be nothing short of a celebration for her. There are so many things that they needed to think of when it came to their wedding though. Weddings are huge events (I mean just look at how the Australian wedding industry contributes $3.7 billion to the local economy here), so there is clearly a lot that they had to think about.
Appropriately, they had a bright themed wedding with some glitz. Pinks, corals and peach with splashes of gold made things perfectly lively and lovely. To make the day that bit more special, they considered buying some beautiful wedding rings from jacobs the jeweller, but they had already decided on rings before they stumbled across the site with gorgeous jewellery. The day was full of fun elements that kept everyone smiling, from the photo booth guest book to the champagne flute escort ‘cards’. The day couldn’t have gone any better; there was absolutely no hitch in the plan at all. Not to mention they both looked absolutely stunning, along with the scenery that surrounded them.”
We love working with our friends at Loft on Lake. It was the perfect fit for the vibe and color palette of this wedding. For the floral, we used seasonal blooms of dahlias, garden roses, gladiolus, and freesia. The centerpieces focused on the coral gladiolus and gilded seeded eucalyptus. A huge thank you to Christine at Dabble Me This for capturing the magic of this wedding.
Photography: Dabble Me This
Venue: Loft on Lake
Stationery: Clink: A Paper Company
Flowers: Zuzu’s Petals
Cake: Alliance Bakery
Caterer: Jewell Events Catering
Groom’s Attire: Wilfred Newman
Dj: Michael Walters Orchestra
Jewelry: The Left Bank
Videography: Daniel Weese