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Seasonal Autumn Wedding in New England

Modern Weddings

Oh dear readers, just wait until you catch a glimpse of the incredible floral design by Whim Events in this New England wedding that Nicole Baas Photography captured. Bride Audrena gave her florist a few key words to describe her vision, including lush, moody, and texture (perfect for fall or winter, right?).

Seasonal Autumn Wedding in New England - photo by Nicole Baas Photography http://ruffledblog.com/seasonal-autumn-wedding-in-new-england

From the bride, Audrena: The love story of Tim and I started fifteen years ago when I was fourteen and Tim was seventeen and we were both working together at the small local bakery. We both had very large teenage crushes but it wouldn’t be until about 10 years later that we reconnected and discovered we were living right down the street from one another in Boston! Our friendship blossomed into something more one day when I was sick and Tim came over with tons of goodies to fast forward my recovery and I just knew in that moment that he would always be the person by my side to do whatever he could to take care of me. One of the most surreal moments of our wedding day was cutting our beautiful cake that was provided by the same bakery where it all began! For our wedding I envisioned a romantic and elegant yet intimate and wildly fun night with the people we love and cherish. I am a hopeless romantic and am so in love with love and wanted to share those feelings with our guests and make them all leave our wedding wanting to go home and make babies!

glam wedding dress - photo by Nicole Baas Photography http://ruffledblog.com/seasonal-autumn-wedding-in-new-england

letterpress wedding invitations - photo by Nicole Baas Photography http://ruffledblog.com/seasonal-autumn-wedding-in-new-england

nude wedding shoes - photo by Nicole Baas Photography http://ruffledblog.com/seasonal-autumn-wedding-in-new-england

fuchsia boutonnieres - photo by Nicole Baas Photography http://ruffledblog.com/seasonal-autumn-wedding-in-new-england

fuchsia wedding bouquet - photo by Nicole Baas Photography http://ruffledblog.com/seasonal-autumn-wedding-in-new-england

Flower recipe: Florals were an extremely important aspect of the wedding decor to me. The wonderful women of Whim Events knew the key words for florals were “lush” and “moody” and “texture.” Roses, hanging amaranthus, Dahlias, Coxcomb, Protea, and even Pomegranates were use to create the most gorgeous flower arrangements of my dreams! When my bouquet was unveiled to me I couldn’t help but burst into tears, it was more beautiful than I could have ever imagined and I am still dreaming of the gorgeous floral arrangements Whim created throughout our ceremony and reception. One of my favorite moments was swaying in the middle of the room with my new husband and him leaning down and gushing into my ear about how beautiful everything looked.

autumn wedding bouquets - photo by Nicole Baas Photography http://ruffledblog.com/seasonal-autumn-wedding-in-new-england

sequin bridesmaid dresses - photo by Nicole Baas Photography http://ruffledblog.com/seasonal-autumn-wedding-in-new-england

boutonniere and wedding portrait - photo by Nicole Baas Photography http://ruffledblog.com/seasonal-autumn-wedding-in-new-england

ceremony recessionals - photo by Nicole Baas Photography http://ruffledblog.com/seasonal-autumn-wedding-in-new-england

bridal portraits - photo by Nicole Baas Photography http://ruffledblog.com/seasonal-autumn-wedding-in-new-england

Seasonal Autumn Wedding in New England - photo by Nicole Baas Photography http://ruffledblog.com/seasonal-autumn-wedding-in-new-england

I wanted our guests to feel surrounded by warmth and love and to feel as if they were dropped right into a page of a story book romance. We used warm reds, rich golds, lush greens and moody pinks to create our own enchanted world. My now husband, Tim, mounted frames I found at Crompton collective, a local antique market place, onto cork boards and the ladies of Whim Events added the moss and they became our escort card holders. I spent months collecting the vintage books and love themed magazines and vintage trays that were used throughout our venue. I typed love poems for each table to really keep the feeling of romance flowing throughout the night. My mom graciously gifted us her brightly colored vintage vase collection which were used during our cocktail hour.

Seasonal Autumn Wedding in New England - photo by Nicole Baas Photography http://ruffledblog.com/seasonal-autumn-wedding-in-new-england

moss seating chart - photo by Nicole Baas Photography http://ruffledblog.com/seasonal-autumn-wedding-in-new-england

elegant wedding accessories - photo by Nicole Baas Photography http://ruffledblog.com/seasonal-autumn-wedding-in-new-england

Seasonal Autumn Wedding in New England - photo by Nicole Baas Photography http://ruffledblog.com/seasonal-autumn-wedding-in-new-england

Any advice for couples planning their weddings now? Make sure when hiring vendors you create a dream team for yourself. Go with your gut and hire the people who get who you are as a couple and what envision for your big day. Natalie and Moira of Whim Events took every last detail I had floating around in my whimsical mind and using items I spent months and months collecting, helped create the gorgeous, moody and lush surroundings we wanted. I hired a photographer I knew I could trust capture the moments I would want to look back on which helped us really be in the moment with each other and our friends and family the day of the wedding. We knew we didn’t want a stuffy, boring ceremony and I was lucky to meet our officiant Amanda Brown at a small wedding fair and I am very grateful for it. Amanda brought our friends and family right into our love story through her engaging storytelling and she created a very personalized and touching ceremony. There was hardly a dry eye in the house in-between bouts of laughter! After dinner our DJ and old friend, Jon Strader got everyone up and dancing and kept them on that dance floor until the very end of the night! we knew we wanted a killer dance party with friends and family and that we certainly had! It is very easy to get consumed by all the aspects of wedding planning but having faith in my vendors allowed me to take the breathers I needed, trust that everything would come together, and refocus on what was truly important- marrying the love of my life and having a hell of a dance party after!

autumn centerpieces - photo by Nicole Baas Photography http://ruffledblog.com/seasonal-autumn-wedding-in-new-england

autumn wedding ideas - photo by Nicole Baas Photography http://ruffledblog.com/seasonal-autumn-wedding-in-new-england

reception accents - photo by Nicole Baas Photography http://ruffledblog.com/seasonal-autumn-wedding-in-new-england

bow tie wedding details - photo by Nicole Baas Photography http://ruffledblog.com/seasonal-autumn-wedding-in-new-england

cake cutting - photo by Nicole Baas Photography http://ruffledblog.com/seasonal-autumn-wedding-in-new-england

autumn centerpieces - photo by Nicole Baas Photography http://ruffledblog.com/seasonal-autumn-wedding-in-new-england


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Wedding Music:
Bridal Party Processional: “I’ll Stand By You,” Vitamin String Quartet
Bride’s Processional: “I Found a Reason,” Cat Power
Recessional: “Another One Bites the Dust,” Queen
Bridal Party Entrance: “Strangehold,” Ted Nugent
Newlywed Entrance: Bruins Goal Song (“Zombie Nation,” Kernkraft 400)
First Dance: “Waste,” Phish
Cake Cutting Song: “Love You Madly,” Cake
Couples’ Dance: “This Will be Our Year,” The Zombies
Parents’ Dance: “When You Need Me,” Bruce Springsteen
Last Dance: “It Was a Good Day,” Ice Cube


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Wedding Location: Worcester, MA / Photographer: Nicole Baas Photography / Event and Floral Design: Whim Events / Venue and Caterer: Beechwood Hotel / Wedding Dress: Jim Hjelm via Vows / Wedding Shoes: Christian Louboutin / Dancing Shoes: Zara / Alterations and Veil: Alterations by Hranush / Earrings: BHLDN / Hairpiece: Twigs And Honey / Rings: Joseph Gann Jewelers / Garter: TheLittleWhiteDress / Hair: Shag Salon / Makeup: NKD Waxing, Lashes And Makeup / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Sue Wong / Groom and Groomsmen Attire: Men’s Wearhouse / Wedding Cake: Gerado’s Italian Bakery (it’s where we both worked together in high school!) / DJ: Jon Strader / Framed Program Mirror: Susan Dodge / Custom designed hash tag and welcome signs: Stephanie Love Design / Custom “Here comes your bride/Mr. and Mrs.” Sign: ArtsyQuotes / Sweetheart Table “Better Together” Sign: ZCreateDesign / Ribbon Wands: tiasdresses / Officiant: Amanda Brown / Wedding Invitations: Wedding Paper Divas / Calligraphy: Yennygrams

Shenandoah Valley Wedding

Romantic Weddings

What could be cozier than a bed and breakfast wedding? Melissa and Kyle had once stayed at Virginia’s The Inn at Vaucluse Spring and knew it would be the perfect home for their wedding day. Brooke Courtney Photography and florist Wild Green Yonder were the perfect matches to bring the couple’s vision to reality!

Shenandoah Valley wedding - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding

From the bride, Melissa: Our ceremony and reception were held at The Inn at Vaucluse Spring, a beautiful 100-acre bed-and-breakfast in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, about 90 minutes from DC. We’d stayed there once years before and fell in love with it. Our wedding was the perfect opportunity to go back — this time with 50 of our closest friends and family. Kyle and I didn’t necessarily have a clear-cut theme for the wedding, as much as we had little details that we wanted to incorporate. We originally met six years ago as writers, so we tried to sneak that into the decor — in book titles, in postcards that doubled as our guestbook, and in the (not-so-subtle!) typewriter.

purple green boutonnieres - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding

bride getting ready - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding

coral purple bouquet - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding
Flower recipe: Instead of identical floral arrangements at each table, we used various scattered stems and wildflowers — all pieced together by our amazing florist, Lori at Wild Green Yonder. We asked her for two main things: color and texture — and we got both of them. Flowers included dahlias, celosias, cockscombs, scabiosa pods, yarrow, and Joe Pye weed, and everything was grown locally in Virginia.

groom boutonnieres - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding

purple boutonnieres - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding

delicate hair pin - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding

groom and groomsmen - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding

Trying to keep things budget-friendly where possible, we DIY’ed a lot of the decor. Kyle built the postcard stand with dowels, wood stain, and twine. I designed all of the printed signage using Photoshop and cardstock. We thrifted old books and glass bottles, and used them as tablescapes. (Also fairly budget-friendly: We’re dressed in J. Crew, and my flats are from Payless.) My dad passed away almost a decade ago, and it was really important to me to remember him on my wedding day. For the ceremony, I left the chair next to my mom empty for him, marking it with a ribbon and a few blooms. At our guest check-in table, I kept a lantern lit in his memory, and in place of favors, we made a donation to the American Cancer Society in his honor.

bridal processional - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding

wedding ceremony - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding

ceremony recessionals - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding

wedding games - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding

chalkboard wedding signs - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding

Shenandoah Valley wedding - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding

bride and bridesmaid - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding

Shenandoah Valley wedding - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding

Shenandoah Valley wedding - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding

Any advice for couples planning their weddings now? Agree on when to save, and when to splurge. While our overall wedding was fairly budget-friendly, our one splurge was our out-of-state photographer. Photography was really important to us, and we were willing to spend a bit more on that because — after all the food is eaten, and after all the songs are played — photos are one of the few tangible things you’ll be able to take away from a wedding. So do your research and look for a photographer that you really love: their style, their personality (you’ll be spending tons of time with them!), and most of all, their end product.

Shenandoah Valley wedding - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding

book wedding details - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding

book centerpieces - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding

wedding reception tables - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding

dessert bars - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding

wedding dessert pies - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding

Shenandoah Valley wedding - photo by Brooke Courtney Photography http://ruffledblog.com/shenandoah-valley-wedding


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Wedding Location: Stephens City, VA / Photographer: Brooke Courtney Photography / Florist: Wild Green Yonder / Venue: The Inn at Vaucluse Spring / Wedding Dress: J. Crew / Wedding Shoes: Payless ShoeSource / Hair and Makeup: Jordan K. Winn / Groom’s Suit: J. Crew / Caterer: The Barbecue Exchange / Pies: Red Truck Bakery / Band: Colebrook Road / Rentals: Crave Event Rentals / Officiant: Rev. Kathy Gracenin

Encinitas Beach Wedding

Modern Weddings

Photos by:

Steve Cowell Photo

I love seeing intimate weddings grace our inbox, because they often feel like a breath of fresh air in an ever-growing industry. Samantha and Aaron’s wedding hosted only 15 guests, which allowed them to focus on the details closest to their hearts – which were all captured wonderfully by Steve Cowell Photo. We’re particularly smitten with the “L-O-V-E” backdrop for the ceremony, which was custom made by none other than the groom’s brother!

Encinitas Beach Wedding - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

From the bride, Samantha: I envisioned a laid back, vintage, beach feeling for our wedding. I also wanted something intimate since it was a small wedding with close family. Our colors were peach, aqua, coral, and teal. Beach. Very intimate. Sunset. We had Vigilucci’s which is a high end Italian restaurant that is local to the San Diego north county area. Steak, pasta, and vegetables were on the menu and they served the meal for us at a really reasonable cost and it was delicious!

grooms boutonniere - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

groom getting ready - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

wedding rings - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

Love wedding signs - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

paper lanterns - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

peach wedding bouquet - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding
Flower recipe: Roses, baby’s breath, dahlias. The groom had a cockscomb boutonniere.

wedding processionals - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

wedding ceremony - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

wedding ceremony - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

first kiss - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

wedding recessionals - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

wall of succulents - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

Any advice for couples planning their weddings now? I didn’t do much planning as my family pretty much took care of the details. I will say keeping a positive attitude and keeping it small was the best decision I ever made.

bride and groom - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

beach wedding inspiration - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

beach wedding receptions - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

beach wedding decor - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

backyard Encinitas wedding - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

backyard Encinitas wedding - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

whimsical wedding reception - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

backyard Encinitas wedding - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

beach inspired weddings - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

backyard Encinitas wedding - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

ombre wedding cake - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

cake cutting - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding

wedding cake cutting - photo by Steve Cowell Photo http://ruffledblog.com/backyard-encinitas-wedding


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Wedding Music:
Bride’s Processional: “Sweet Thing,” Van Morrison
Recessional: “Moth’s Wings,” Passion Pit

Wedding Location: Encinitas, CA / Photographer: Steve Cowell Photo / Flowers: Bride’s Sister-in-Law / Venue: Private Residence / Caterer: Vigilucci’s

Villa Paradiso Wedding

Modern Weddings

Photos by:

Lad & Lass

From time to time, we fall deeply in love with a bride’s style; obviously that was the case with Anni. From her blunt bangs to her incredible lace and tulle wedding gown to her floral crown by Love & Grace, everything is just about as good as it gets. Lad & Lass did an incredible job as always behind the camera!

Villa Paradiso wedding - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

From the bride, Anni: We wanted the big day to represent our personalities and every day style. I wanted the guests to see and feel that they are special to us. We made the day very personal, by only inviting 80 of our closest friends and family. The venue helped us with creating a relaxed environment with a big mountain and Hartebeespoort dam in the background. Our family love to entertain and decorate. This was a big excuse for my mom and me to host a big party. We used a lot of grey, white and yellow flowers to create a clean, fun and modern look. We used all of our own vases and glass holders that we collected over the years, to hold the flowers. This helped to keep the decor personal. We wanted the day to be a big party for all of our guests with good food, a live band and attention to detail.

aqua wedding shoes - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

tulle wedding dress - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

wedding hair ideas - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

vintage inspired brides - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

vintage wedding details - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

yellow bouquets - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding
Flower recipe: yellow orchid stems, yellow and white roses, eucalyptus leaves, cockscomb and desert roses.

bridesmaids and bouquets - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

wedding programs - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

We decided on a grey, ivory and mustard yellow colour scheme. We wanted to keep the wedding modern, different, simplistic, informal, and a little bit quirky. I paid a lot of attention to small details (posing in my mother’s wedding dress, wearing vintage gloves, inviting Cooper the pug into the wedding party and framing old photos of my mom and her mom’s wedding pics to hang in the reception) — I knew all these small details would add up to create the feeling that we wanted. We involved our pug named Cooper into the big day. He walked down the isle together with my bridesmaids. Pugs were featured on our stationery (which my sister and I designed). The thank you gifts were cookies in the shape of a pug. My mom spent 2 whole days in her kitchen, just baking cookies. My mom and I made big fluffy balls out of tulle to hang from the ceilings in the church. My mom in law folded the old books into different shapes to hang around the venue. I spent a lot of time on Pinterest, getting ideas to experiment with. We folded paper flowers out of old sheet music. We made many meters of bunting to hang around the venue.

Villa Paradiso wedding - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

bride and groom - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

bridal processional - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

wedding ceremony - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

bridesmaids during ceremony - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

wedding ceremony - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

ceremony ideas - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

flower petal recessionals - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

bridal looks - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

tulle wedding dress - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

Villa Paradiso wedding - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

Villa Paradiso wedding - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

Villa Paradiso wedding - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

wine escort cards - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

yellow centerpieces - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

Villa Paradiso wedding - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

modern wedding inspiration - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

yellow grey receptions - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

yellow wedding centerpieces - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

Any advice for couples planning their weddings now? I think the most important elements were the venue, the photographers, and my dress. Once these things are sorted, the other details fell into place. When comparing venue prices, it is easy to get confused with all their hidden costs. Do a proper total cost analysis on each venue before deciding, as the venue and catering tends to take the biggest cut from your budget. Make an initial budget and update this budget monthly, it is very easy to over spend if you are not keeping track of all the costs involved. Make sure all of the big details are sorted 2 days before the wedding, so that you can enjoy the day before and of your wedding with the people close to you, instead of running around and creating stressful situations. Use suppliers that understand your style and look that you want to create.

reception entrances - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

yellow grey weddings - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

yellow grey receptions - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

wedding music - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding

newlyweds dancing - photo by Lad and Lass http://ruffledblog.com/villa-paradiso-wedding


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Wedding Music:
Processional: “Somewhere Only We Know,” Keane
First Dance: “Hear You Me,” Jimmy Eat World

Wedding Location: Hartbeespoort, South Africa / Photographer: Lad & Lass / Flowers and Flower Crown: Hester from Love & Grace / Venue: Villa Paradiso / Wedding Dress: Catherine’s Collection / Wedding Shoes: Charles & Keith / Hair and Makeup: Erin Smylie Make up Artist / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Urban / Groom’s Suit: Hilton Weiner / Groom’s Shoes: Country Road / Wedding Cake: Groom’s Aunt / Band: S1