Emma & Chris at the Sydney Dance Lounge, Walsh Bay

Emma_Chris-75

Image by At Dusk Photography

Emma_Chris-79

Image by At Dusk Photography

Emma_Chris-448

Image by At Dusk Photography

Emma_Chris-546

Image by At Dusk Photography

Emma_Chris-558

Image by At Dusk Photography

Emma_Chris-722

Image by At Dusk Photography

Emma_Chris-727

Image by At Dusk Photography

Another lovely couple. Seriously, where are all the bridezillas?

Emma and Chris said their “I do’s” at the Tarpeian Lawns at the Royal Botanic Gardens, then moseyed down to the Sydney Dance Lounge to continue the celebrations.

The bride carried a simple, full posy of white David Austin roses and snowberry. Her three maids looked lovely in blue and had the same white DAs and snowberry, with some pale pink DAs and white tea roses thrown in the mix.

The Sydney Dance lounge is a pretty awesome venue. It sits on one of the piers down at Walsh Bay and is all heavy timber and copper light fittings and harbour views. Very cool. We kept the reception flowers pretty simple, sticking to white roses and bouvardia, green hydrangea and lovely magnolia foliage. The brown, suede-y undersides of the leaves set off all the timber beautifully.

Emma and Chris enlisted (another) Chris from At Dusk Photography to capture their wedding day in pictures. Didn’t he do an amazing job? You can see more of his beautiful work here.

Congratulations to the new Mr. & Mrs.!

 

Lauren & Sam at Dunbar House, Watson’s Bay

Wedding-Of-Lauren-And-Sam-200

Image by Sarah Braden Photography

Wedding-Of-Lauren-And-Sam-223

Image by Sarah Braden Photography

Wedding-Of-Lauren-And-Sam-340

Image by Sarah Braden Photography

Wedding-Of-Lauren-And-Sam-373

Image by Sarah Braden Photography

Wedding-Of-Lauren-And-Sam-343

Image by Sarah Braden Photography

Wedding-Of-Lauren-And-Sam-348

Image by Sarah Braden Photography

funny

Image by Sarah Braden

Well, this bride was just the sweetest lady I have ever met – a total dream to work with, she made my job a breeze!

Lauren married Sam on Easter Saturday in Watson’s Bay. Her bouquet was made of cream and coffee coloured roses, beautifully perfumed tuberose and magnolia foliage.

The table arrangements were actually inspired by Alison and Nik’s flowers – Lauren had seen them online and wanted to use the same colours. Being an autumn wedding rather than a spring one, we had to mix up the flower choice a little – we used David Austins (goes without saying), dahlias, lisianthis, hydrangea, senecio, traditional roses and burgundy carnations.*

It looked like such a fun, love-filled day, with a touch of silliness (the masks!) and was captured beautifully by Sarah Braden Photography. Sarah is one talented chickadee – she shoots everything from weddings to food to properties. Check out her website and see for yourself.

*I am loving carnations at the moment, especially the burgundy ones and the nudey coloured ones. They’re making a comeback. For serious. Embrace it.