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Maddy + Daniel :: Luxe Bohemian at Osteria

Talk about a gorgeous wedding with the perfect colour combo of peach, white, and toffee! Maddy and Dan’s luxe bohemian wedding at Osteria was nothing short of amazing. The wedding theme was centred around Maddy’s gorgeous boho Rue De Siene gown. With the wedding gown, fresh and dried florals, and toffee bridesmaid dresses, the wedding was completely on par with the boho aesthetic that Maddy had in mind.

The special day was simple yet luxe and filled with DIYs from their table setting to wedding favours down to the matching the custom invitations with the wedding gown details. With so many personalised details, the couple was able to make the day truely all about them.

Maddy took majority of her inspirations off Pinterest and shared her board with the suppliers to help convey exactly what she envisage for her big day. Check out how you can use Pinterest to help with your own wedding planning HERE.

Read on for more on Maddy and Daniel’s beautiful day!

ABOUT THE DAY //

On the exact same day we got engaged just one year later, Dan and I said “I do” at the picturesque Osteria. We couldn’t say no to the gorgeous contrast of the barn with the outdoor ceremony space and the beach. Every part of the day was perfect. My goal was the ultimate luxe bohemian wedding, with so many personalised details. My styling included a luxe combos of peach and white styling, fresh and dried florals. The weather was predicted 90% chance of rain, but a few hours before the wedding the rain stopped and didn’t start again until the exact moment we stepped out of the venue! We felt in every way, our day was meant to happen.

ABOUT THE STYLE //

I centred the theme of the wedding around my dream boho Rue De Seine gown! I had been dreaming of this dress for years, only to get one of the last ones of this designer dress ever made again. I love the concept of an alternatively styled bride, so a brown dress with a thick floral lace overlay was my kind of dress! And yes, there was a hat!

CEREMONY SONG //

Old Pine by Ben Howard. On our first date this played on the radio as we drove in the rain. I turned and looked over at Dan and knew, I was going to marry that man to this song.

FIRST DANCE SONG //

La Vie En Rose. A sentimental song for me.

DIY PROJECTS //

We completed all the styling (minus the florals) ourselves. I wanted the food to be the “centrepiece” of the tables – because we all know the Osteria food is the real showstopper here (am I right?!). We styled roughly torn crisp white linen down the centre with repurposed bottles and white flowers. Simple yet effective. The favours complemented our combined passion – coffee! We gave all our guests Blackboard Coffee beans for “the perfect blend”. And lastly, my gorgeous friend designed our invitations, menus and seating chart; implementing the patterns of my dress into the design. This was one of my favourite accents on the day.

FAVOURITE MOMENT //

My favourite moment was walking down the stunning arbour at Osteria to see the man I love gently sobbing in front of a huge dried floral arch at the end of the aisle. Taking his hands and just taking a breath and realising, we had made it.

NUMBER ONE TIP //

Do your research for vendors. I found the process of organising photography/videography, hair/makeup and florals so easy because my vendors understood my dream. I made a pinterest board with my inspiration and they made it happen!

 

Suppliers:

Venue // Osteria

Photographer // Roost Film Co

Videographer // Roost Film Co

Florals // Wilde Botanicals

Wedding Gown //  Vita Gown by Rue De Seine

Groom’s Suit // Peter Jackson

Bridesmaids Dresses // Leave Her Wilder

Hair // Charlotte Turner Hair

Make Up // Holli Leigh Makeup Artist

Shoes // Bared Footwear

Earrings //  Shabana Jacobson Jewellery

Nails // Erva Nail Spa

Hat // Lack of Color

Confetti and Ring Boxes // The Whole Bride

Entertainment // Simon Doe Music

Cake // Bvked

Stationery // Melissa Straughan

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