Dyani and Rory
Suburban backyard wedding meets rustic vintage chic? That’s the style of these days’s gorgeous wedding. not only did the bride’s father build them a tiny chapel, the couple hired a bush band and the groom wore funky floral tapestry shoes. What a sight to be observed Melbourne!
Dyani tells their story. “We met following a gig at the Regal Ballroom in Northcote I assume it was a full moon party. We each ended up at the very same warehouse party. We realized we knew lots of the same folks however had by no means crossed paths…
Rory proposed to me immediately after about three weeks of dating. He was sitting on the couch next to me in my Balaclava flat. He sent me a text message cause he was nervous, my phone beeped, I looked down at it, it said “Marry me” and then I looked at him in surprise and excitement and blurted out “YES”. Rory had been trying to locate me a ring to no avail, but couldn’t wait any longer so he wrapped my finger up with a piece of black electrical tape and then we laughed for a whilst. Then I rang my very best buddy/flatmate and told her the news and her reply was unfazed…she mentioned ” I knew this was going to happen. I could tell you loved him and you’d marry him.” ”
Photography nowadays is by Ash Vesali who has captured a sense of moodiness and layers to the day!
Rory wore a mismatched suit with floral tapestry shoes from Irregular Option.
Dyani wore a vintage gown and borrowed earrings from Rory’s mother.
The bride travelled to the wedding in her mother’s “rad Studebaker Hawk”.
Of their selection to get married at home, Dyani explains, “A handful of years and young children later, we decided we lived in the ideal spot to do the deed! A heritage listed property and massive garden with and beautiful old apple barn on it.
It was perfect! Beautiful loving pals and loved ones. A gorgeous loving ceremony in a little chapel that my amazing dad constructed inside the barn.” Dyani walked down the aisle to “Talking Heads” by Leonard Cohen.
The floral arrangements for the day had been style by Bonnie Ryan of Flowers Vasette. Dyani remarks “Bonnie is a great old close friends and is far more a magical flower fairy than florist. Excellent perform!”
Of their photographer, Dyani says “Ash is Awesome! He is a very calm, extremely knowledgeable as a wedding photographer and far more! ”
Dyani remarks, “Our wedding was a way to shift the concentrate back to us and our relationship for a beautiful moment after the tough function raising a loved ones for a few years and pretty much forgetting ourselves, It was really relaxed Actually enjoyable and unforgettable.”
The couple hired a bush band for the reception. Dyani says “We had the amazing “Blackberry Jam Bush Band” play, who had been truly Australian, beautiful and had everyone young and old dancing across the barn floor till our legs ached.”
Dyani says “The highlight of getting collectively are our 3 youngsters who light up every single single day… and even in difficult occasions we can laugh and light each and every other up as well. ”
Dyani remembers ” Our 1st dance was FUNNY! The princess polka! Everyone laughed and cheered us on. ”
Congratulations on your marriage Dyani and Rory! Thank you for sharing your day with us! Thank you to Ash Vesali for sharing nowadays’s photographs!
Photographer: Ash Vesali / Bride’s Dress: Vintage / Bride’s Jewelry: Borrowed from mother in law / Groom’s Shoes: Irregular Choice / Hairstylist: Carole Lovelock / Flowers & Decor: Bonnie Ryan of Flowers Vasette / Invitations & Stationery: Handmade / Venue: Private Property / Ceremony Officiant: Barbara Kaye (03) 9809 1256 / Band: Blackberry Jam Bush Band
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Photographer: Ash Vesali / Bride’s Dress: Vintage / Bride’s Jewelry: Borrowed from mother in law / Groom’s Shoes: Irregular Choice / Hairstylist: Carole Lovelock / Flowers & Decor: Bonnie Ryan of Flowers Vasette / Invitations & Stationery: Handmade / Venue: Private Home / Ceremony Officiant: Barbara Kaye (03) 9809 1256 / Band: Blackberry Jam Bush Band