Erin and Tom married at Abbotsford Convent in Victoria, now the largest multi-practice creative precinct in Australia, with help from some of our favourite vendors including couture designer Paolo Sebastian and photographer Eric Ronald, who you may remember from this real wedding.
After a surprised proposal in New York, Erin, a textile designer got to work creating her bridesmaids skirts while they began practicing their best moves. “We arranged for our bridal party to be announced and then asked them to dance into the hall to some abrasive 90’s hip hop”, says Erin. “They really got into it and each group arranged their own little routine. It was very cute and the photos still make us laugh…”
Apart from discovering their friends hidden talents, I Heart Flowers helped created one of Erin and Tom’s most memorable moments. “Our Floral archway we got married under was so perfect”, says Erin. “You can never have enough flowers.” And looking at their stunning floral installation, we must say we agree. Nor do we think there are ever too many desserts, and were quite impressed by Erin and Tom’s tempting candy bar. “The candy bar we put together using a lot of my grans crystal which was cool because I don’t think its been out of the display cabinet since 1970…”
CREDITS Photos Eric Ronald // Bridal gown Paolo Sebastian // Head piece, flowers and styling I Heart Flowers // Shoes BHLDN // Rings Stephens & Miller // Cufflinks Asos // Bridesmaids earrings Anthropologie // Bridesmaids dresses Fiona Archer, Miss Selfridge and Forever New // Grooms suit Hugo Boss // Grooms shoes Paul Smith // Ties Country Road // Ceremony and reception Abbotsford Convent, VIC // Catering Bursaria // Cake Baked by Sandra // Hair Miss Gertrude // Makeup Caroline Massola // Music The White Tree // Celebrant Elisa Westein // Cinematographer Westein Films.