“Distribution Lane was an event space that allowed us to bring in our chosen vendors to make the night uniquely our own. The moment we saw it, we knew it suited what we wanted to do. From its rustic red brick to the festoon lights, its charm was like a big warm hug on a chilly autumn night.”
The pair opted for no theme but rather an eclectic, fun and chilled out day with the people that mean the most to them. “We are a low key couple and wanted the day to reflect our personalities. We were really happy we opted for a more relaxed cocktail style wedding where our guest were up and mixing from the very beginning,” says Frances, who hired the lovely Zoe Morley Photography to document the celebration.
“We were so lucky to have her amazing skills to capture the day. It made for such a relaxed atmosphere where we could all just relax and be in the moment,” the bride tells us, adding that her Ae’lkemi gown was love at first sight.
“When I tried my dress on, I knew it was the one for me. I wanted something less traditional and more relaxed while still being a little bit different.”
CREDITS Photos Zoe Morley Photography // Bridal gown Ae’lkemi // Robes / getting ready tees Piyama // Shoes Shoes of Prey // Hair Pretty Parlour // Makeup Deearna Laura // Rings Diamonds and Pearls // Bridesmaid dresses Shona Joy // Groom and groomsmen suits M.J. Bale // Shirt and tie / bow tie Country Road // Shoes Aquila // Watch Steinhart // Barber / grooming Uncle Joes // Florist Bloomtribe // Stationery Paperfusion // Ceremony Fremantle Round House, WA // Reception Distribution Lane, WA // Catering Creative Catering // Food trucks and carts 8 Slice Productions // Cake Sherbet Bakeshop // Decorative elements Greenpack // Wedding favours Just Jars // Prop and furniture hire Little Love Story // Entertainment Complete DJ and Muchos Mariachi // Celebrant Nathanael Ditchburn.