It’s no secret that we love brides who think outside of the traditional wedding box, and we knew we had one on our hands when we saw this wedding captured by Trish of Tealily Photography. Bride Ineke dressed her dear bridesmaids in long white gowns and teasingly included a sign for the photobooth that read, “which one is the bride?” We love the look of this wedding, which Ineke describes as “bohemian plantation” — so perfect!
From the bride, Ineke: We wanted a relaxed style for our wedding with lots of music and socialising. We didn’t initially have a theme; we just decided on things we liked. The Style Salon brought it together with a bohemian plantation look that they created. Which went in well with the suits and bridesmaid dresses that Trenton had picked out.
Any advice for brides planning their weddings now? When we started to get stressed about details we would remind ourselves that our friends and family would have fun whatever happened. So try and relax and enjoy. I think getting a great photographer is really worth it. Also if you are like us and are not that organised and work a lot, a stylist can really make planning a wedding so much easier.
Processional: “Fade Into Me,” Mazzy Star
Register Signing: “Just Breathe,” Pearl Jam
Recessional: “Eight Days a Week,” The Beatles
First Dance: “Something,” The Beatles
Wedding Vendors (Manly, NSW, Australia):
Wedding Venue and Caterer: Q Station / Wedding Photographer: Tealily Photography / Wedding Stylist and Flowers: The Style Salon / Wedding Dress: Jennifer Regan / Bride’s Veil: The Hatmaker / Bride’s Jewelry: Swarovski / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Jayson Brunsdon / Men’s Attire: Pants and vesets from Politics / Wedding Musicians: Press Club Band / Wedding Cake: Imby’s Cake / Wedding Invitations: Ben Shaw / Videographer: Dean from StarChild Media / Transportation: Sydney Split Screens