If you are after stylish, unique wedding favours that your guests will cherish long after your wedding day has passed, we have just the supplier for you! French for beautiful gift, Beau Cadeau Emporium offers a stunning collection of luxury products that have been individually selected based on their ideal size, high quality, reasonable price point and stylish packaging; which all revolves around helping you choose the perfect gifts to tie in with your wedding theme.
Also offering volume savings in the “Buy Bulk & Save” category, Beau Cadeau Emporium makes their selection even more attainable for brides and grooms who have their hearts set on a luxurious and sophisticated wedding favor, even on a tighter budget.
Beau Cadeau Emporium also offers ‘Choose your Favor table’ reception styling assistance, enabling you to create a gorgeous interactive centrepiece, allowing your guests to choose their own take home favor at the end of the celebrations.
For more information visit beaucadeau.com.au or contact them at email@example.com or by phone on 1300 128 882.
Choose your Favour styling by A Lavish Affair Wedding Planning & Styling
Having met as 16 year olds, Sarah and Duncan celebrated their wedding day with an elegant garden party in a marquee on the croquet lawn of Como Historic House. The couple chose to leave the natural lawn as the floor for the white and soft green marquee in order to reflect the garden theme, with vases of fresh blooms creating a natural flow-on effect from the outdoors. “We had four long tables all named after our favourite flowers, and we mixed everybody up so that our families and parents’ friends were intermingled,” Sarah said. “Weddings are a good way to meet lots of great new people – and our wedding was one of the best days of our lives.”
Photography by Go Photo & Web
Todays featured couple, Monique and Luke, described the months spent planning their wedding as both challenging and exciting. “Both of us are quite strong-willed, and Luke asked to be involved in things like the table centrepieces and the invitation font that perhaps males don’t traditionally care about!” Monique said. But the groom’s input – and persistence – paid off, as everything was perfect when the big day arrived.
With a colour palette of fresh green, pale apricot and ivory, the bridesmaids wore apple green dresses and carried stunning bouquets of apricot pink David Austin roses, while the flower girls carried pretty green Bells of Ireland floral pomanders. Following the bright colour theme, the reception tables were decorated with massed roses in glass vases, candelabra draped with vine and birch branches adorned with flickering glass tea light baubles.
Photography by GM Photographics
Brooke and William decided on a two-year planning engagement for their stylish Sydney wedding, “Details were extremely important and we wanted to allow sufficient time to make everything cohesive and polished.” explained Brooke. With a theme of classic elegance with a modern twist, using shades of grey and an accent colour of sunshine yellow, the couple’s wedding day went off without a hitch, continuing the following day with an organised lunch to make the most of their celebration with loved ones from around the globe.
Photography by Blumenthal Photography
Today on the blog, we are sharing a wedding with you described by the couple as a true celebration of their family and friends, their future life together and their passion for good food, wine and music.
“All along, we wanted to make sure that everything we did represented who we are as a couple and what we love,’ bride Maria said of her wedding to partner David.
After exchanging vows on a Coolangatta hilltop, their private property reception was inspired by the beautiful country wineries of France with plenty of gourmet touches, from herb-themed table centrepieces to Argentinean canapés and sweets reflecting Maria’s heritage. And in true foodie style, the wedding cake was an incredible six-tier cheese wheel cake!
Photography by Studio Impressions
Today we are sharing with you the beautiful bohemian Moroccan themed wedding of Emma and Vitas, situated by the harbour at Kiama. Traditional lanterns and tea lights decorated each table with red, orange and pink roses in gold vases. Table numbers were displayed in ornate frames whilst deep, richly coloured table runners, made by Emma’s mother, added the final touch. Emma’s mother also lovingly made her beautiful hairpiece and the couple’s flowergirl, Madi, wore a matching hair garland.
Photography by Sugarlove Weddings
Recently in the Real Weddings office we were lucky enough to receive a Fingerprint Tree, and yesterday had some fun creating our own personalised tree to display.
A great idea for creating a personalised momento of your wedding day, The Fingerprint Tree comes as a blank tree design awaiting the fingerprints of your guests to fill the branches.
There are a variety of tree designs and ink colours to choose from to suit your wedding palette; we went with an autumnal feel; what do you think!
Visit thefingerprinttree.com.au for more information or to purchase your own tree.
The ladies of the Real Weddings office creating our own Fingerprint Tree
Wearing a strapless Steven Khalil gown of soft folded tulle which spread into a skirt of layered tulle and French lace, today’s featured bride Kate married partner Tony in a romantic ceremony. Afterwards they celebrated with family and friends at Newmarket Stables, Randwick, where a single long table was decorated with brass candelabras, tealights and masses of white, cream and ivory flowers including roses, hydrangea and jasmine. A significant detail was literally the icing on the cake, by Sweet Art, which matched the soft layers of tulle and lace in Kate’s beautiful gown.
Photography by Exposure Studios
Today we have a gorgeous wedding to share with you, set amongst the surrounds of the beautiful Convent in Daylesford, Victoria. Virginia and Maurice were married in a country garden ceremony inspired by nature and love. Birds and feathers added a delicate and romantic touch to the couple’s day, with feathers included with the guests’ invitations, the bouquets, the buttonholes and at each table setting on guests’ name cards. Table centrepieces featured whimsical birdhouses set amongst a ‘nest’ of soft tea light candles and white flowers matching Virginia’s bouquet and the floral cuffs worn by her mother and Maurice’s mother. The couple’s romantic cake was also decorated with nesting birds, roses and feathers, complementing the couple’s delicate bird feather theming.
Photography by Suede Imagery
After 7 years on Hayman Island creating function spaces on beaches, restaurant decks and even heli-pads, Stagelife has made its way to Melbourne. One of the few suppliers offering a complete service that covers flowers, furniture, décor, lighting, audio, dance floors and entertainment, Stagelife can help you realise your dream wedding in an indoor or outdoor venue, while catering to your particular budget, style and the size of your wedding.
We asked Sue Foley from Stagelife, for her advice when planning a wedding:
- Your wedding invite will set the tone and style of your wedding day. The colours and design place a stamp on the feel of your day, and give an insight as to what your guests should expect when they arrive. Ensure these elements (colour, style, design) are incorporated on your wedding day to help bring your celebration aesthetic together.
- When planning your reception, lighting and décor can really define spaces and create areas that your guests can move between, especially if you are working with a large space. Work with your venue planner or event stylist to create spaces for you and your guests to enjoy.
- Finally, your day is about your marriage. The next morning you will wake up as husband and wife and nothing else will matter – so be sure to plan a day that brings joy to the two of you as a couple and reflects your interests and individual styles.
Thanks Sue! Be sure to visit stagelife.com.au for more information.