Stephanie and Simon’s wedding was a 1950’s time-warp of smart suits, glamorous coifs and up-do’s and soft and dreamy pastels reminiscent of an old Hollywood movie premiere. The girls got ready in the historic Langham Hotel and Stephanie said “we were all young girls in London again for a day!” sipping champagne and giggling from excitement, not the slightest bit concerned about the thunder and rainstorm outside. Stephanie transformed into a Hollywood siren with her dress from Wendy Makin Couture, a pink, grey and purple floral-print wedding dress. Stephanie’s colourful wedding dress embodied Hollywood glamour in chic pastel shades dripping with Art Noveau style, complemented perfectly by the soft grey bridesmaids’ dresses.
Like an old romance film, the rain stopped and the sun started shining just in time for their outdoor ceremony in Clark Park, with sweeping views of Sydney harbour. The unstoppable Jessie Cacchillo led the ceremony and had guests in stitches of laughter and tears as she recounted their story. After the ceremony, guests were treated to homemade fizz and sodas from the soda stand.
From beginning to end the day was filled with pretty pastels, fairy-floss pink, creamy whites and soft greys inspired by Stephanie’s colourful wedding dress. The reception was hosted in Aqua Dining in Kirribilli and the debonair, pastel 50’s style continued throughout with the glam lolly bar, cakes and table settings. Guests danced the night away against the twinkling lights of the city.