Vintage Barefoot Wedding – Part 4 : Finishing touches

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Here we are in the final stages of preparation for our family wedding of the year! Everything is in it’s place, the finishing touches are being made and we are all set to go. I am getting excited about showing you the beautiful ceremony, which will be my next blog post. Hooray! For now, here is an overview of the marquee so you can see the bigger picture of how our reception area came together with all of the dessert, sweets and drinks stations.

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Caleb and his sweet bride didn’t want a sit down dinner for their reception. They chose to have delicious wood fired pizza made on the premises by Olive and Luca for guests to eat around fire pits outside the marquee. Some indoor seating was provided for guests who wanted to eat at a table.

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We were so blessed to have Ann and her family from Grace My Table loan us some of her gorgeous china plates, cutlery, vintage bistro chairs and other styling props.

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You may notice I am a big fan of fabric garlands. They are so easy to make and dress up any space, big or small. They also bring unity to a chosen theme.

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Caleb spent months planting succulents in glass bottles, pottery mugs and timber planter boxes he made.  Handmade hessian and lace runners added a simple country touch to the tables.

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Do you like my shoes? I was a bit excited to find them and think they matched my dress perfectly!

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Mama Bear all dressed up and ready for the wedding. Just enough time to put flowers on the wedding cake before heading up to see how my beautiful girls are going.

Let the wedding begin!

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Photography by Josie Richardson Photography

Venue Baileys on Fernleigh

Additional vintage tableware and bistro chair hire  Grace My Table

 

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