James and Jade held their dalyston church wedding and reception at the Dalyston Deli on 20th February 2016. Below are some words from the couple about their relationship and their wedding day.
Q. When and how did you meet? And what were your first thoughts?
A. November 2013 at a friends BBQ.
James: Wow, those eyes!I couldn’t stop looking at her.
Jade: He is so damn cute, and shy!
Q. When and how did the proposal take place and how did you feel?
A. A few days before Christmas 2014. At our family home, just the two of us and our son Tyler. James had hidden the ring in a box of skittles! Which Jade almost ate.
James: felt nervous, excited and scared.
Jade: over joyed, happy and excited.
Q. Where are you going on your honeymoon?
Q. What are your future plans together (e.g. buying a house/starting a family)
A. Buy our first home and grow our little family from 3 to 4!
Q. Where is your ceremony and reception being held and why did you choose these venues?
A. Dalyston Deli Church.
Beautiful atmosphere, old church with character and affordable pricing.
Q. What does your wedding dress look like? Please give a detailed description and also include any accessories including jewellery and shoes.
A. Ivory, fitted to just below waist, ruffled skirt with train, beaded detail on top with ruching.
Q. Do you have a Theme or style to your wedding? And if so, what is it?
Q. Hair & Makeup – please describe what your hair and makeup is like and who the suppliers are.
A. Hair: curly and half up/down. Hair artist is Paul Galea (my uncle from Sydney). Make up is simple and elegant. Make up artist is Teneshia (my brothers partner)
Q. Who is the person conducting your service? (celebrant, minister, priest etc).
Q. Florist – what are your flowers like & who is the supplier?
A. Flowers are simple and elegant. Pale pink with creams and whites.
They are also artificial and were purchased from: flowers forever after.
Q. Wedding Favours & Cake – what are they like and who is the supplier?
A. Naked cake, with some light frosting and elegant flowers. Supplier: Anglielou’s cakes.
Q. Transport – what mode of transport did you choose and who was the supplier?
A. An old ford hot rod know as Agro. The supplier is a family friend named Stuart.
Q. Food & Drink – what are they like and who is the supplier?
A. Food and drink is elegant and sophisticated but yet simple at the same time. It is very tasty. Supplier is the venue.