I was up at Bimbadgen Palmers Lane in Pokolbin twice last week for a Friday and Sunday wedding, and I wasn’t remotely mad about it. I’d be happy if I worked there every day of the week. [Hint hint- please put me on your preferred supplier list].
It’s amazing how the same location can look completely dissimilar in the creative hands of divergent florists with unique visions and different colour palettes.
The photographer Chris sent me the sneak peaks at brakeneck speed which means I’ve been able to post about Tim & Liz’s fab wedding lickety spilt.
Speaking of splits….check out the bridesmaids who are rocking those thigh- high splits!
Of course, it’s left me salivating for more. You can be sure I’ll post a tonne more images from their fab day when the full gallery comes through, but for now…….feast your eyes on this elegant and fun-filled vineyard wedding.
Top things I remember from Liz + Tim’s wedding 6 months ago:
? The weather was scorching (like, surely this can’t be WHS legal hot). The guest parasols were a lifesaver.
? The thigh high splits in the bridesmaids’ champagne dresses were haaawwwter though – they were fire.
? Speaking of bubbly…..it’s a always a great idea to finish a ceremony with a champagne tower.
? The vintage cars made quite the statement and were a great talking point when the guests were sipping said sparkles.
? Lastly, Tim, took the lead on most of our communications. Cheers the men breaking stereotypes.
A GREAT WAY TO END A CEREMONY
(funnily enough it involves alcohol too) ?
Nothing beats walking down a confetti-aisle straight into a champagne tower ?
Elegant yet Fun.
Modern yet Traditional.
Always a show-stopper.
It not only creates an amazing statement piece but it is a fantastic photo opportunity.
Check out Liz barely able to contain her laughter because her new husband Tim was making her sides split before the ink had even dried. Start as you mean to go on, I say!