Our Tasmanian Wedding
Angus and I met nearly nine years ago. I think for some time we weren't sure what our wedding would look like. After the proposal, everything was clear. We would have a micro wedding, in Tasmania. We wanted to share one of our favourite places with our family and friends.
We stayed at Macq01 in Hobart, where we would get ready and have our first look photographs. We decided to see each other the morning of our wedding day and separate just before the ceremony. We strolled through the beautiful little suburb of Battery Point, stopping past our favourite places for a few photos before we headed to our micro wedding of fifty guests.
We got married on the same day as my grandparents, it would have been their fifty fifth wedding anniversary. The date was a coincidence, which meant more to me than I let on. We had a simple ceremony on the lawn, backing on to the river Derwent. Followed by oysters, champagne and then our intimate dinner inside to the Osteria. The fire place was on all night, with candles lit. I used my own organic linen napkins for the guests. Which coordinated with the seasonal Tassie flowers.
My husband mentioned each guest in his wedding speech. The day went without a hitch and for that we will always be grateful.
our first look at MACq01
pre ceremony photos in Battery Point
ceremony at Sefano Lubiana Wines
reception at Stefano Lubiana Wines
britt la spina organic linen pistachio geo napkins
Bride ~ Dress: Ralph Lauren | Rings/Bracelet: Hardy Brothers | Earrings: Vintage Tanzanites borrowed from my Nanna
Groom ~ Suit: Custom P Johnson Tailors | Watch/Ring: Rolex and Hardy Brothers | Shoes: Salvatore Ferragamo
Venue ~ Location: Stefano Lubiana Wines and Osteria, Tasmania | Hotel: Macq01 Hobart, Tasmania
Vendors ~ Photographer: Jon Gazzingnato | Flowers: The Romantics | Celebrant: Married By Dan | Napkins: Printed Linen
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