Perfect weather and paper pinwheels. Plaits and pincurls. Big checks and little Lego-men. Foam fingers and balloon animals. What kind of wonderful is this, Purdie and Antony?!
Purdie described the day as “Perfect in every sense, it was everything we dreamed of and totally us.” Oh, how we love the TOTALLY US weddings! We love the paper pinwheels Purdie’s Mum must have spent eleventy-gazillion years making to be held aloft by guests during the “I do-s”.
We love Purdie’s ‘something old’, gifted to her the week of the wedding by her aunt. It was her beloved Granny’s engagement ring, which she wore that day and every day since. Antony’s Granny provided the ‘something borrowed’ with a vintage Glomesh evening purse. We’re also smitten by the personalised Lego-man buttonholes of the groom and groomsmen – each designed to reflect their professions. Geologist Antony’s came complete with pickaxe and hard hat!
We thank Purdie and Antony for sharing their one-of-a-kind day with us. And their clever shutterbug Janine Kaye Photography. We are now also convinced that EVERY sassy shindig would benefit by balloon animal artistry by Aaron Smyth. Wouldn’t you agree?!
| Venue: Little Creatures Deck in Fremantle, Western Australia | Photography: Janine Kaye Photography | Celebrant: Danicia Quinlan from Pastel Blues Ceremonies | Ceremony styling and hire items: Little Love Story | Wearables: Purdie wore gown by Brides Desire by Wendy Sullivan, shoes by The Bridal Room, veil and jewellery by Kezani. Antony wore suit and bowtie by Hugo Boss, buttonhole by Lego. Rings by Sinclairs. The bridesmaids wore gowns by Dion for Brides. The groomsmen wore their own suits and buttonholes by Lego. | Hair: Faye Clark | Makeup: Jessica Ferrelli | Blooms: Lauren Butterworth | Stationery: Megan Hammond (the maid of honour) | Entertainment: DJ by Dream Wedding Entertainment. Photo booth by In The Picture. Balloon artistry by Aaron Smyth.