We love weddings, particularly this one. Because seeing these photos by Alex Marks reminds us of so many things – like how amazing floral stylists Twig and Grace are and how much we love Krystle Knight Jewellery. Most importantly though, these images remind us that being in love in the best feeling in the world.
Polly and Sam, a tattoo artist who’s awesome work you can check out here, threw one heck of a a gypsy-inspired wedding, held at Bistro C in Noosa, Queensland. They filled the venue with bohemian dreamcatchers and feathers and a whole lot of love. “What inspired most of our wedding was something that Sam and I are all about. We are gypsy dreamers. We love living a gypsy life travelling from place to place meeting new people and exploring new places”, says Polly who wore a delicate, white gown by Temperley London and headpiece made by one of her bridesmaids.
Without a doubt however, Polly says her favourite part of the day was spending time with family and friends at the reception. “Being able to share our incredible day with all the people who we love, adore and admire was a moment I will never forget. It’s one I’ll lock away in my mind for the rest of my life.”
If you want to have a crack at making your own dreamcatchers to swing from the tree’s at your wedding then check out our dream catcher DIY here.
CREDITS Photos Alex Marks Photography // Bridal gown Temperley London // Shoes Senso // Flowers and styling Twig and Grace // Rings The Diamond Exchange // Jewellery Krystle Knight Jewellery // Bridesmaids dresses Lisa Brown // Grooms suit Germanicos Bespoke Tailors // Grooms shoes Joseph Abboud // Grooms suits Studio Italia // Bow ties Myer // Ceremony, reception and catering Bistro C, QLD // Decorations Splash Events // Stationery Luke Danton // Hair Smyths Inc Hairdressing // Makeup Connie Choyce for Napoleon // Music Rush Duo // Celebrant Jeanette O’Connor