phillip island wedding – Adam & Bryony
Adam & Bryony’s Phillip Island Wedding was held on Saturday 18th February 2012. The following is Bryony’s own words on how they met and the details of her wedding day:
“We met in Thailand while both on holiday in Jan 2007, we stayed in touch long distance, and I packed up my life and moved to Australia in Nov 2007 and we’ve been inseparable since.
Adam proposed March 2010 in Rye, on the Mornington Peninsula, (while on) a gorgeous weekend away, with picnic’s and hot springs and the ring came out over dinner at the Peppers restaurant at Moonah Links.
The Ceremony was at Trenavin Chapel in Ventnor and reception was at The Foreshore in Rhyll.
There was no official theme but it was kind of rustic, beachy, as far as the stationary, cake, bonbonnieres and of course the setting (was concerned).
Favourite moment… the whole day went so fast it’s hard to remember it all. I recall feeling so overwhelmed when I stated walking down the isle, but then saw Adam smiling and then couldn’t stop grinning to myself, then I just remember laughing. We had so much fun at the different photo locations.
(Our Suppliers were)
The dress was from Eternal Weddings. It’s a chiffon dress By Elianna Moore. No beading, No embroidery, not fussy, just simple.
Hair and Make up was done by – Ally DeLaRosa (Make up and Body Art).
Flowers were from Tropical Zone of Cowes.
Celebrant was Jill Wilson.
Jewellry – Swarovski
Rings from Melbourne Diamond Importers
Cake by Samara Miller
Photographer – JADE
Videographer – LUCAS!
(We are) still thinking about the honeymoon…
We were wrapped that Lens to Life could photograph and video our day as we love the artistic style Lucas offers. They were a pleasure to deal with right from the start. I’ve never enjoyed being centre of attention, and always felt so awkward being thrust in front of a camera, but there was nothing awkward about it at all, on the contrary it was actually really fun. We laughed so much, and had an absolute ball. We loved the locations, as we were happy to utilise Lucas’s local knowledge, and will have a great contrast of Aussie beach and bush to choose from. I can not express how grateful we are to Lens to Life, for capturing our memories, and documenting a day that seemed to fly by so quickly, in a style that we love.