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Sydney Garden Wedding

Today’s stylish wedding comes straight from and an adorable coastal town “down under.” It’s chock-full of sweet DIY elements and colorful details. Her flowers, inspired by Australian natives, are absolutely stunning and the inclusion of the bride’s primary school students in her ceremony is one of the sweetest touches I’ve ever seen. Thanks Caspix Photography for all the lovely images!

potts point sydney wedding

From their photographer, Cassandra. Laura, a primary school teacher and Mark, a marketing director, created the most gorgeous setting with all the details reflecting their personalities and relationship. The theme of the wedding was vintage and handcrafted and they married at a little park in Potts Point, Australia, overlooking Sydney Harbour.
potts point sydney wedding
As the bride walked the aisle of pink and white petals, all her school students held out hand crafted hearts on a string. All around the park were paper flowers as well and they used two bales of hay at the top of the aisle for some more seating.
potts point sydney wedding
The handcrafted touches continued at reception with vintage style glass jars and flowers, handmade terracotta table numbers made by the bride herself were surrounded by tea lights everywhere.
potts point sydney wedding
potts point sydney wedding
potts point sydney wedding
potts point sydney wedding
The cake was magnificent with beautiful green and brown layers made by a local baker.
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Wedding Vendors (Potts Point, Sydney, Australia):

Reception Venue: Omerta / Photographer: Caspix / Bride’s dress: Aurelio Costarella / Bride’s Shoes: Rodo / Hairpiece: Vintage Chanel / Ring Bowl: Paloma’s Nest

8 Comments on Sydney Garden Wedding

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  • 1

    The bride’s sense of color is so enviable. I mean really. Could you ask for anything prettier than those shoes and that gown? I can’t! Congrats to the happy couple!

  • 2
    Maggie @ Black and White {Side by Side} on December 16, 2010 at 10:44 am

    Gorgeous! The floral details & amazing color palette rock this wedding!!!

  • 3

    Love the shot of the couple’s Custom Ring Bearer Bowl in image 26! Thank you for including it! We loved creating this special piece for Laura and Mark. What a beautiful celebration for a beautiful couple. Congrats!

  • 4
    Aisling Nelson on December 16, 2010 at 1:12 pm

    Yes to grey – I love this gorgeous dress!

  • 5

    oh. my. goodness. i love her gown!

  • 6

    what. a. gorgeous. wedding! i don’t say that often, but i LOVE LOVE LOVE this wedding. i would love to see more images-and read about the inspired bride & groom.

    just browsed through CASPIX amazing archives. i’d love to have that photographer around to document the rest of my life, and perhaps my wedding this fall!

    thanks for sharing—this really has me inspired.
    please post link love of the bride & groom if you know any!

  • 7

    I love the colour scheme and the use of Australian natives! I found it amusing that the opening paragraph referred to Potts Point as a small coastal town; it is, in fact, a high-income suburb of the city of Sydney, Australia’s largest and most populated city with a population of over 4 and a half million people :D

  • 8

    Hi Tender!

    We didn’t refer to Potts Point as a small or large town, just as a coastal town :) Thanks for sharing!


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