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Melbourne Town Hall Wedding

Modern Weddings

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Louisa Bailey

Whenever Louisa Bailey and Cecilia Fox combine forces for a wedding, we know we’re in for a treat. Erin and Chris’ wedding was personal, intimate, filled with gorgeous flowers, and bucked tradition in the best ways possible. Can you believe how gorgeous these poppy bouquets are?

Melbourne Town Hall wedding - photo by Louisa Bailey http://ruffledblog.com/melbourne-town-hall-wedding

From the bride, Erin: It was really important to Chris and I to make the day really inclusive for everybody that was there. It was for this reason we didn’t want to have a big guest list or formal bridal party and do a lot of the more “traditional” things that can sometimes make a wedding feel more like a performance than a celebration. We wanted our ceremony to just flow into the rest of our day and immediately be celebrating with all of our friends straight after rather than leaving to do photos. We wanted the whole day to feel intimate and let our guests know how important they all were to us.

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wedding first looks - photo by Louisa Bailey http://ruffledblog.com/melbourne-town-hall-wedding

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Chris and I got married on our anniversary, which made it a winter wedding. As it was towards the end of winter we tried to incorporate a concept of “winter coming into spring,” with colourful spring blooms and fresh fruit popping against the cozy wintery feel of Hare & Grace. Melanie from Cecilia Fox was amazing and I really let her do her thing, she is so talented and I was astonished at how beautiful everything was on the day. Chris and I wanted a really cozy, intimate venue and the quality of food and drinks were paramount! As soon as we found Hare & Grace we knew it was perfect. Jess and her team were so helpful in making sure everything was just right and were happy to accommodate any requests we had. We had rave reviews on the food – and rightly so!

Melbourne Town Hall wedding - photo by Louisa Bailey http://ruffledblog.com/melbourne-town-hall-wedding

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wedding ceremony - photo by Louisa Bailey http://ruffledblog.com/melbourne-town-hall-wedding

wedding ceremony - photo by Louisa Bailey http://ruffledblog.com/melbourne-town-hall-wedding

The best moment for me was when Chris and I got our first look together in the Botanic Gardens. After a bit of a stressful morning apart, the relief we both felt once we saw each other was enormous. It felt like “Oh, now you’re here I can handle everything, we can handle everything together.” Having the time together before the I Do’s was amazing, everybody should do it. In lieu of Bonbonierres (which can often be something the guests will throw out not long after), Chris and I made a donation to the Cancer Council who kindly provided us with daffodil pins for all our guests. We pinned them to the name cards on the tables. It was nice to know that we had helped a charity very close to our hearts and also special to us personally as our relationship started at a Cancer Council fundraiser event!

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Any advice for couples planning their weddings now? I really wanted to savour the experience of the day and have the focus be on our guests. I committed to not doing any DIY (except the name cards!) as I had learnt from our engagement party that it is quite stressful. We made sure to select vendors who we totally trusted, with a body of work we loved and just let them do what they do best. I think some of the best advice we were given is to take some time with each other, really appreciate what you are doing. Even if it’s for 30 seconds and it’s just the two of you sitting in silence – take those moments whenever you can. The day goes by so fast and at the end of it, the whole thing is simply about the two of you saying “we are going to be together forever.” Nothing else matters more than that.

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Wedding Location: Melbourne, VIC, Australia / Photographer: Louisa Bailey / Event Planning, Styling, and Floral Design: Cecilia Fox / Ceremony Venue: Melbourne Town Hall / Reception Venue and Caterer: Hare & Grace / Wedding Dress: Lisa Ho / Wedding Shoes: Kate Spade / Hair: Wendy Bunnett /hair / Makeup: Ashleigh Gaitz / Bridesmaid Dress: Carla Zampatti / Suits: Rhodes & Beckett / Groom’s Shoes: Loake Shoemakers / Cheese Cake: Calendar Cheese Co / Band: The White Tree Band / Celebrant: Jason Tuazon-McCheyne / Stationery: Puddleduck Paper Co

Melbourne Rustic Wedding

Rustic Weddings

Photos by:

Louisa Bailey

Dream rustic wedding, this is. Rosie and Craig’s Melbourne rustic wedding shot by Louisa Bailey is everything we love most about rustic fetes, and although they couldn’t share their pretty faces, they wanted to make sure the vendors they chose got the shout they deserve. Event stylists The Style Co. was sure to made the field setting stand out, with minimalistic decor and an infinity family table for guests to dine on.

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From Marie of The Style Co.:A lot of our events involve pretty intense setting up, it’s all part and parcel of designing and building something from the ground up…

But when you have plenty of creative freedom, a love for the bride and groom, a blank canvas (literally!) and three days in 45 degree heat… you know the result has to be pretty special! Our couple came to us 3 weeks before Christmas, 6 weeks before their wedding date. They had originally wanted to get married in their large front garden on the family’s private property. With so many obstructions (trees, pipes, fencing, etc), Sarah and I advised against it. It’s true what they say, when one door closes, another one swings wide open and smacks you in the face! We looked over to an overgrown field across the way and it hit us – That was it! We walked into the grassy field completely unprepared for the occasional spider, snake or goat! (things we do!) but we were determined to show them how amazing it could be. Sarah and I talked and walked them through the picture in our heads, their ceremony location, then a winding path would be carved out lead guests to pre-dinner refreshments – sangria and summer canapes, then another path to the ‘dining area’ with one long table for the feasting, dance floor and lounge area/cinema (offering 3 types of popcorn) – all perfectly lit with strung lights. A pop-up restaurant, designed and made just for them, in the middle of a field. They loved it!! So now it was up to us to build it. Armed with lights, flowers, furniture, ladders, our trusty tool box, tubs of sun cream and an eager crew, we brought the idea to life. Our camera shy couple don’t make an appearance, but this video (thanks to Humdrum Films) is a behind the scenes look into our set up of their magical day.

Location: South Melbourne / Photography: Louisa Bailey / Event Design, Styling and Stationery: The Style Co. / Video: Humdrum Films / Flowers: Flower Jar for The Style Co. / Catering: Neilsons, Traralgon

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Brewery Warehouse Wedding

Bohemian Weddings

Photos by:

Louisa Bailey

We love seeing raw industrial spaces transform into a modern wedding. This wedding shot by Louisa Bailey is one of those. Sarah and Joele added lots of bright flowers to soften up the space and add warmth to their reception at the Mountain Goat Brewery. Loving her Anaessia‘s gown!

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From the bride, Sarah: The main thing we wanted for our wedding was for it to be relaxed and fun, but still with a simple elegance. We really wanted to find the balance of the industrial side of Melbourne that we love and a natural and organic feel. By nature, we are a really laid back couple, and we wanted everyone to unwind and feel really comfortable – including ourselves! We focused on not over-styling the night and really focused on having bright colours and beautiful flowers.
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We didn’t really have a theme that we were working toward as such. We really wanted the colours to be vibrant – with a mix of mainly pink, yellow and orange. We wanted to make a statement with the colours and the flowers, to have an organic look and feel, whilst still remaining stylish and chic. I stamped all the place settings and bonbonniere myself and made our wishing well out of an old box and some wrapping paper!
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Kew brewery wedding

We had our ceremony in Alexandra Gardens in Kew. It is such a beautiful space. We wanted a garden setting but with an intimate feel, this garden is quite small so it’s feels like your own space and it’s so lush! There were so many different options for photos, which is great! We really wanted to have the wedding in Melbourne, and for it to reflect Melbourne and the things we love about it. Mountain Goat Brewery certainly does that – industrial space, exposed bricks and a great relaxed vibe. A space you could make you own, without it being contrived or reserved. We loved the exposed bricks and vats and the amount of open space – we knew we could really make a statement with our flowers to make the space our own.
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Kew VIC wedding

Kew brewery wedding

Any advice for brides planning their weddings now? My absolute best advice for future brides is to really trust your instinct. Try not to over think things – the best decisions we made were the quick decisions. We were really true to ourselves, and tried not to get influenced too much by other people!
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Wedding Music:
Bride’s Processional: “Holocene,” Bon Iver
Recessional: “Home,” Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
First Dance: “The Way You Look Tonight,” Frank Sinatra

Wedding Location: Kew, Victoria, Australia / Wedding Photographer: Louisa Bailey / Ceremony Location: Alexandra Gardens / Reception Venue: Mountain Goat Brewery / Wedding Flowers: Cecilia Fox / Wedding Dress and Hairpiece: Anaessia / Wedding Shoes: Jimmy Choo / Earrings: Samantha Wills / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Alannah Hill / Groom’s Suit: Filippa K / Groom’s Tie: Hugo Boss / Wedding Caterer: Ed Dixon Food Design / Wedding Desserts: Sugardough / China Rentals: Vintage Affair / Wedding DJ: Andrew McClelland / Wedding Invitations: Cate Furey / Make-up: Rebecca Brown / Hair: Dani North

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Caterina Jewelry

Caterina Jewelry is a luxury designer and manufacturer of silver charm jewelry based in Beverly Hills, California. The company creates one-of-a-kind jewelry that beautifully complements any outfit no matter the time, mood, or occasion, promising unmatched elegance, timeless sophistication, and a fun vibe. Exquisite, delicate, and unapologetically feminine, Caterina Jewelry’s pieces are made from .925 sterling silver and lovingly adorned with stunning gemstones that make even the most casual ensemble look a little more polished

CJ Bridal Minimalista Collection has been designed to honor the long-standing tradition of the bride gifting her bridesmaids. A reflection of the current minimalist modernist trend, the collection features stunning, fashionable jewelry that will delight the bridesmaids, nicely accenting their outfits while offering an enduring gift to cherish for a long time. The ideal favor for your special ladies, our jewelry is versatile and can be worn on numerous other occasions!

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Industrial Glam Melbourne Wedding

Vintage Weddings

Photos by:

Louisa Bailey

I could easily build an entire feature around Catherine and Julian’s reception tables — they’re just that incredible — but the beauty in this wedding from Louisa Bailey doesn’t stop there. It continues with Catherine’s incredible gown and accessories from Johanna Johnson, Julian’s participation in the reception music, and the lush floral arrangements from Cecilia Fox. I promise you’re going to fall in love!

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From the bride, Catherine: We wanted our wedding to be fun and relaxed with a mix of glamour and elegance. There was no theme as such but when making decisions in regard to the type of wedding we wanted, we focused on things important to us such a wonderful food and great music. We both love to dance so it was critical everyone was up on the dance floor early in the evening!


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When it came to the actual décor and colour theme, we had had a fabulous florist in Cecilia Fox who used white creams and green winter blooms with accents of rich burgundy and violet. Julian’s Dad made the square wooden boxes used for our centerpieces which were filled and overflowing with winter blooms and foliage and berries.


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Any advice for brides planning their weddings now? Ensure you take the time to choose a wedding photographer that you connect with and who has shot previous weddings that make you smile!


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Wedding Music:
Julian’s Dad played a selection of bluegrass songs on Mandolin during the welcoming and ceremony. As for the first dance, one of my friends choreographed a routine that we attempted to perform to Icehouse’s Electric Blue. Julian plays saxophone, so halfway through the dance jumped up on stage and played the sax solo!

Wedding Location: Melbourne, Australia / Wedding Photographer: Louisa Bailey / Pre-ceremony Venue: Chrysalis Gallery / Wedding Venue: The Substation / Wedding Flowers: Cecilia Fox / Wedding Dress, Veil, and Headpiece: Johanna Johnson / Wedding Shoes: Jimmy Choo / Makeup: Karen Burton / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Nicolangela / Groom’s Suit: Harrolds Melbourne / Wedding Caterer: Artistic Catering / Wedding Cake: Chocolate Rose / Wedding Music: The Harpoons / DJ: Rainbow Connection / Wedding Invitations: printed by Taylor’d Press

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Pick your colors, and your text, and even upload your photo for an instant online preview of your invitation.

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Whimsical Melbourne Wedding

DIY Weddings

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Hannah and Mark wanted a classic wedding with a touch of whimsy, which happens to be one of our favorite kinds of weddings. They brought on the expertise of photographer Louisa Bailey to capture all the details of their day, from the sweet pops of Hannah’s red heels to the Polaroid name cards. We’re also wild about the bride’s super-fluffy white peony bouquet!


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From the bride, Hannah: Our vision was classically beautiful with a whimsical touch – we wanted the day to be fun and slightly quirky. I found inspirations from other weddings featured on the likes of Ruffled, etc and “made it my own” by adding my personal touches.


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From the moment we stepped into Quat Quatta, we knew the Victorian mansion was ‘the’ one! We loved the high ceilings and original features – it’s classic and requires minimalist decoration.


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Our DIY projects included:

1. Mark made ‘Mark <3 Han's Wedding' signage for our garden ceremony 2. Placecards - Paris monument photos was purchased from a stationery store called Typo and printed out the guest names 3. Guest book tree - took photos of guests using Fuji Instax camera and got them to write a little message and peg it onto the sticks/branches we had set up in a big vase. Also displayed old wedding photos of both our parents.


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Wedding Music:
Bride’s Processional: Dean Martin, “You’re Nobody Till Somebody Loves You”

Wedding Vendors (Melbourne, Australia):

Wedding Venue: Quat Quatta / Wedding Photographer: Louisa Bailey / Wedding Flowers: Balwyn Events / Wedding Dress: Karen Willis Holmes / Wedding Shoes: ZARA / Makeup: Sandra Le from Mecca Cosmetica / Hair: Kate Guy from HBK Hairdressing Boutique / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Forever New / Bridesmaids’ Shoes: Tony Bianco / Groom’s Suit, Shirt, and Bow Tie: Calibre / Wedding Music: Boutique Band / Wedding Caterer: Quat Quatta / Wedding Invitations: Bespoke Letterpress / Transportation: JC Jags

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Casey Brodley, Photographer

I’m not a traditional wedding photographer. My background and training is steeped in photo journalism, so that’s how I approach a wedding. My goal is to document the day, not stage it. I let moments unfold naturally, with minimal prom posing and minimal “say cheese” interference.

As a photo journalist, I come prepared for anything. Every wedding is different. I have witnessed full-grown men weep more times than I can count. I have seen smiles so wide that I’m concerned someone may burst a blood vessel. I have climbed mountains with all my gear. And this one time a sprinkler system was triggered during a ceremony.

As a wedding photographer, I walk into every job with the guarantee that I will witness pure joy. But more importantly, I walk into every job with the probability that my day will end with cake. I like to keep my cake-to-work ratio balanced. For health reasons.

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Modern French Chic Wedding

Bohemian Weddings

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I’d be lying if I said I didn’t have a major crush on bride Karen’s wedding dress. Louisa Bailey did an amazing job of capturing the rock ‘n’ roll vibe behind this modern Melbourne wedding affair, don’t you think? Head on over to the gallery for more goodness!

Louisa Bailey did an amazing job of capturing the rock ‘n’ roll vibe behind this modern Melbourne wedding affair, don’t you think? Head on over to the

Karen and Stephen's Aussie rock n roll wedding

Karen and Stephen's Aussie rock n roll wedding

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From the bride, Karen: The style of our wedding was modern french chic – as our venue had just been through a makeover, it was fitting to make the style sleek french style, lots of chrome, shiny surfaces whilst still maintaining a ‘high tea’ feel to the room.

Louisa Bailey did an amazing job of capturing the rock ‘n’ roll vibe behind this modern Melbourne wedding affair, don’t you think? Head on over to the

Karen and Stephen's Aussie rock n roll wedding

Karen and Stephen's Aussie rock n roll wedding

Karen and Stephen's Aussie rock n roll wedding

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Karen and Stephen's Aussie rock n roll wedding

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Our ceremony was completely composed by us and reflected our sense of humor, whilst maintaining a level of seriousness. There were a lot of laughs throughout and 3 surprise readings from 3 special women close to us. At the end of the day, we wanted our guests to enjoy the big party we put on without having to travel between ceremony and reception. We served champagne for guests whilst the ceremony took place and had an open bar all night.

Louisa Bailey did an amazing job of capturing the rock ‘n’ roll vibe behind this modern Melbourne wedding affair, don’t you think? Head on over to the
Karen and Stephen's Aussie rock n roll wedding

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Any advice for brides planning their weddings now? Find wedding vendors that you really click with, who share your vision. Our vendors were amazing and really wanted to get involved with our special day as it was a bit different to most weddings. It is important that if you are going for something a bit different and not traditional that your vendors understand and share the vision. Trust that they will make your day amazing.

Louisa Bailey did an amazing job of capturing the rock ‘n’ roll vibe behind this modern Melbourne wedding affair, don’t you think? Head on over to the

Karen and Stephen's Aussie rock n roll wedding

We wanted lots of different areas for our guests to be involved in, from our high tea station with personalized tea bags, to the typewriter desk, to the huge desert buffet, the cupcake tower and the separate lolly buffet. The dessert and lolly buffets were a great icebreaker for our guests.

Louisa Bailey did an amazing job of capturing the rock ‘n’ roll vibe behind this modern Melbourne wedding affair, don’t you think? Head on over to the

Karen and Stephen's Aussie rock n roll weddingKaren and Stephen's Aussie rock n roll wedding

Karen and Stephen's Aussie rock n roll wedding

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Karen and Stephen's Aussie rock n roll wedding

Louisa Bailey did an amazing job of capturing the rock ‘n’ roll vibe behind this modern Melbourne wedding affair, don’t you think? Head on over to the View all images from this wedding in the gallery

Wedding Songs:
Processional: “My One Desire,” The Stray Cats
Recessional: “You’re My Best Friend,” Queen
First Dance: A swing dance routine to “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” by Queen

Wedding Vendors (Melbourne, Australia)

Wedding Venue: Mon Bijou / Wedding Photographer: Louisa Bailey / Event Designer: Alecia of Boutique Affairs / Vintage Rentals: Vintage Affair / Stationery: Emma Smith / Wedding Flowers: Virginia from The Bouquets of Ascha Jolie / Wedding Dress: Anaessia / Bride’s Brooches: The Cat’s Meow / Wedding Shoes: Shoes of Prey / Bride’s Earrings and Belt: Alannah Hill / Hair and Make Up: Sue Barnes / Bridesmaid’s Bustier: Wheels and Dollbaby / Bridesmaid’s skirt: Ouma / Groom’s Suit and Bow Tie: Hugo Boss / Groom’s Shirt: Calvin Klein / Wedding Caterers: Mon Bijou / Wedding Cake: Designer Cakes by Effie / Transportation: Five Star Chauffeur Pty/Ltd

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A new angle on the art of entertaining. [seven-degrees] is an award-winning & full-service events venue. At [seven-degrees] we provide a range of services which are layered together to create a complete wedding experience. Our property, winner of the Architecture Guild Award, is a 25,000 square-foot indoor/outdoor gallery noted for its modern design and elegant feel. Our [seven-degrees] Coordination team will assist you in implementing your unique vision for the space. We understand the intricacies of planning a distinct ceremony and reception and take pleasure in working with couples throughout each stage of the process. You’ll enjoy customizing your menu with our Executive Chef and meet with our Wedding Coordinators and Design Team to make choices regarding design and décor (including presentation, technology, lighting and floral arrangement).

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