Friday, March 12, 2010

Portobello Bride Real Wedding - Amelia & Tom

I love today's Melbourne wedding so much, the invitations are fabulous, the bride is beautiful and their guests are stylish. It is also the perfect example of how you can incorporate a theme with understated elegance.  Adrian Tuazon did what he does best and captured the day with the most beautiful images; he has a real knack for capturing peoples emotions and simple gestures that would have been missed by someone else . I love the colours and the light; every photo makes you want to smile.
Amelia and Tom incorporated their use of a double decker bus into their invitations. The fabulous design based on a bus fare is simply gorgeous. 

Love it!

Amelia and Tom chose to have their photos taken before their ceremony as they didn't want to disappear from their guests.

The ceremony took place at  Yarra Bend Park near the Studley Park Boathouse.  Guests gathered around a circle of  petals as the couple exchanged vows.

After some drinks and nibblies with their guests, it was onto a double decker bus which took every one onto the reception. There was one stop on the way for some more photos in the Carlton Gardens.

I love the cakes so much, the colour is stunning.

Amelia and Tom held their reception at The Aviary , Victoria Street Abbortsford. Such a cool place to celebrate your wedding, the cocktail lounge is such a warm and elegant room , and whilst it's quite modern it still has the most gorgeous old world charm.

From all accounts the speeches were really emotional and there wasn't a dry eye in the room. Adrian's photography really does show you just how much love was present at this very special wedding.

Thank you Adrian Tuazon for sharing Amelia and Tom's wedding day with us. 

The Wedding Team: 
Wedding Dress - Designed and made by Chloe Greeves
Suit - Andrew Gallan, shirt and tie by Calibre
Flowers - Mr Lincoln
Hair - Harry Holiatris of Biba Acadamey
Make Up - Just the Face
Cake - Elizabeth McGregor
Transport - Dee Decker Tours
Reception - The Aviary
Celebrant - Jason McCheyne 

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