December, 2014


Romantic and soft with a touch of simplicity best describes Nick and Rachel’s relaxed cocktail style reception.DSC_0776The decor consisted of a palette of subtle whites and greens, complimented with pops of delicate purple.  Rachel hand decorated jars herself with lace, old buttons, cut outs and pages from love stories. The jars were filled with tea light candles and sat upon circular disks of raw wood made by Nick’s father.  DSC_0794 DSC_0756 DSC_0812 photo 2DSC_0810An old suitcase held their cards and well wishes, and guests could leave a fingerprint on a branch of a tree in place of a guestbook.

photo DSC_0753and the custom made cake toppers are too cute not to mention! DSC_0774 photo 1 DSC_0814Such a wonderful celebration under the lanterns! Congrats Nick and Rach xx


DSC_0669Today we are so excited to share with you the lovely wedding reception of Michael and Lisa!DSC_0650 DSC_0695 DSC_0712 DSC_0704 DSC_0697Early afternoon, Mike and Lisa held their wedding ceremony in the beautiful Fitzroy Gardens, then carried that rustic garden theme right through to their reception with us later that evening.DSC_0675 DSC_0677 DSC_0679 photo 2DSC_0689 photo 1The combination of bentwood chairs, pops of bright yellow flowers (created by the lovely Dahlia from Driftwood Dahlia Floristry) and the small touches of that antique yellow flower chain were so effective its simplicity! DSC_0715 DSC_0709
DSC_0672 DSC_0719 DSC_0700As night fell, the long tables were illuminated by the hundreds of tea light candles scattered throughout.DSC_0727 DSC_0726To top off the night, The Village Bakery Brunswick created THE most amazing display of chocolate and lemon tarts – we almost couldn’t believe they were real! photo 3YUM!

Congrats again Mike & Lisa xx