Jess and Jarrod weren’t wrong to leave everything in the hands of their hired helpers. They’d done their research and they knew exactly what they were capable of. “I wanted our guests to feel as though they were in a magical garden with lots of draping greenery and lights. I wanted a bohemian feel with lots of bright colours”, says Jess who trusted The Wedding Designer and Rosehip Flowers to bring her vision to life at IronBark Hill in the Hunter Valley.
Meanwhile Pallas Couture was busy creating her gorgeous gown that could magically transform into a dress made for dancing. “My favourite moment,well one of them, there are so many was probably when my Dad and I surprised everyone with a dance we had been practicing in secret. I had my dress made with a detachable bottom just to perform the dance it was such a fun time and our guests loved it.”
Their performance also provided worthy material for their photographers The Robertsons and cinematographers La Lune Cinema who were around to capture every memorable moment and tiny detail, like their Grain & Co cake topper and incredible lolly buffet. “We had an awesome lolly buffet and a cool flower love sign that was suspended behind us. It was a great atmosphere.”
CREDITS Photos The Robertsons Photography // Bridal gown and veil Pallas Couture // Shoes Diana Ferrari // Flowers Rosehip Flowers // Rings Canturi Jewels, Michael Hill and Williams the Jewellers // Bridesmaids dresses Lisa Brown // Grooms and groomsmen suits, ties and shoes RDX // Ceremony and reception IronBark Hill, NSW // Catering Enzo // Cake Michelle the CakeChef // Cake topper Grain & Co // Styling and stationery The Wedding Designer // Hair Renne Walkom // Makeup Illona Kish // Music XYDJ // Celebrant Celebrating Life’s Chapters // Cinematography La Lune Cinema.