Kylie & Rob
Yellow is such a fun colour isn’t it? Kylie and Rob combined their adore of yellow and all factors retro and produced a modern Adelaide wedding that is so a lot enjoyable and a gorgeous day to reflect on.
Kylie tells the story of her and Rob’s relationship. “We met by way of close friends. It was weird we had by no means met just before we did, as we are in the exact same photo album on Facebook at a birthday celebration. A single day I was having lunch with my buddy & she said you’ve got to meet Rob he’s possessing lunch with her companion down the road. I didn’t want to be set up I hated the thought of becoming set up due to the fact I hadn’t had any good experiences from getting set up. So I met him and straight away my good friend stated to Rob what do you want to drink and he said a soy latte- she looked at me and said “oh my god that is the identical as you!” Anyway following coffee and the boys possessing some lunch we parted methods- with me thinking he’s a bit of alright!! My good friend took my to Rob’s fitness studio where we saw every single other once again (below the pretense of seeing my friends pictures!)
I hadn’t heard anything from my friend so following a couple of weeks I text her and mentioned one thing like I wouldn’t thoughts seeing Rob again (completely not a thing I would do normally!) And she stated come to the Original Bootcamp trial so I did and LOVED it. The race was the next day and I was determined to do it. So I needed a partner to race with and two bikes. This was not an effortless feat to organise in one day! So I text Rob and say I am going to do this race and get a reply I need to have to speak to you about a thing I’ll ring you in about 30mins. So I’m stressing thinking what does he have to speak to me about?? He rang me and mentioned properly there’s a issue if you participate in the race since then you will be a client and I have a rule that I don’t date clients and I was gonna ask you out!! Then he says properly I didn’t meet you as a client so I guess it would be ok. So I mentioned you can ask me out! And literally we began dating because that day”
Photographs right now are by Lia Healy. I enjoy Lia’s clean captures, standard shots with a relaxed twist.
Kylie chose a gown from Jenny and Gerry’s Bridal Centre yellow heels from Zu and jewels from Diva. Bride Kylie says, “Whilst we had a modern day venue, cake, dress and so forth we balanced that with vintage touches.”
Kylie’s bridesmaids wore black dresses from Target with a bow tied about the middle produced by Butterfly From Ashes. They paired their dresses with yellow heels from Zu and jewels from Diva.
La Bella Sposa styled the girl’s hair and makeup and Flowers by Rita designed the floral arrangements.
Kylie and Rob held their ceremony and reception at The Adelaide Convention Centre. Kylie remarks ” It was wonderful. Our guests have raved about how attentive the waiting staff had been. We had a cocktail reception and individuals with food allergies also said their requirements had been met attentively.”
Kylie was walked down the aisle by her uncle to “Annie’s Song” by John Denver. She recalls “I have usually loved that song which is why I picked it. Anyway as soon as it began playing my Uncle who walked me down the aisle said that it was the exact same song my Auntie had walked down the aisle to when she married him- I hadn’t known that!”
Kylie carried specific loved ones jewellery with her on the day. She notes “My Auntie lent me my Granddad’s rosary beads (which could be my one thing borrowed and something old) so even even though he has passed on I felt like he was with me the complete time by way of the ceremony.” The couple were married by Carol Maxwell.
Rob wore a suit from Jack London and his groomsmen from Jenny and Gerry’s Employ.
Of their photographer, Kylie says “Lia Healy was our photographer. We were getting trouble obtaining a photographer as we had a brief engagement 6 months nonetheless I usually believe factors come to you when you need them. All the photographers we had looked at on the net that we liked, their images had been booked out 18 months ago! And I kept saying to Rob I don’t want to spend all this funds for photographs that I feel like I could take myself! Anyway my good friend met Lia through function and when she identified out she did wedding photography passed on her facts to me. From the moment Rob and I saw her site we knew YES this is what we had been waiting for images that stood out to us.”
Kylie says of the day, “We made it ours- so we had a get to know you game at the begin of the night, we did a slide show of photos in our speeches, my vows had been light hearted and funny- it was just a display of us as a couple.”
The reception at The Adelaide Convention Centre had Kylie and Rob’s private touch- beginning with a retro inspired lolly buffet. Kylie explains “I bought glass jars from KMart and the Reject Shop, then I borrowed a whole heap from my florist who is also a good friend- she had some really cool ones like big martini glasses. The lollies I got from Campbell’s Money and Carry. I purchased clear noodle boxes from Wedding Wholesale Australia and printed off thank you stickers and stuck them on. I got a basket from Ned’s to place noodles boxes in. I produced a sign out of an old record from the Salvos and painted using a stencil ‘Lolly buffet’, then I employed a stand from and old frame and glued it on the back so it would stand up. I got some old frames from OARS Op Shop and utilized a single to write some Lolly Buffet Rules of Etiquette- to give it a retro really feel. I also produced tags for the different lollies employing Avery Labels and their style site. I then printed these out and stuck them on black card and tied yellow ribbon to them.” The couple also had a wedding cake from Cocolat.
A photo booth was one more enjoyable addition. Kylie says “We had Adelaide Photobooths at our wedding (they were awesome I should say) but I supplied all the costumes (you can hire costumes from them) but as I loooooove dressing up I had adequate factors. I just bought a few further masks at cheapie shops. I also place 1 of the frames I got from OARS Op Shop I just took the image out from the middle.”
Guests received favors handmade by Kylie’s aunt. Kylie explains ” My Auntie Ann created all organic soaps as wedding favours. She sent me her design made on publisher as labels and I just changed the font to fit with our wedding and printed them at house. My Auntie then attached these to the soaps. I utilised one of the frames purchased above to stick on the front of the basket I bought. ”
Somers Entertainment provided a DJ for the reception. Kylie says “For our very first dance, we didn’t want everyone look at us awkwardly waltz- just not our factor. So originally I believed I’ll have the bridal party up there with us. Then I believed following going to a wedding and watch the waltz I do not want my bridal celebration feeling uncomfy dancing with a partner they have just met so I believed they can dance with their actual partners. There were two folks with no partners so I organised my cousin to dance with her dad and Rob’s brother to dance with his daughter (our junior bridesmaid). We danced to ‘Without You’ by David Guetta and Usher. We had such a tough time picking a song so we just went with a modern song we each like. It’s weird, I’ve heard that song on the radio now and it is truly special to me now!”
Congratulations Kylie & Rob! Thank you for sharing your wedding day with us! Thank you also to Lia Healy for sharing today’s pictures!
Photographer: Lia Healy / Bride’s Dress: Jenny and Gerry’s Bridal Centre / Bride’s Shoes: Zu / Bride’s Jewelry: Diva / Groom’s Attire: Jack London / Groomsmen Attire: Jenny and Gerry’s Hire / Bridesmaid Dresses: Target / Bridesmaids Sash: Butterfly from Ashes / Bridesmaid Shoes: Zu / Hairstylist: La Bella Sposa / Makeup Artist: La Bella Sposa / Flowers & Decor: Flowers by Rita / Ceremony Venue: Adelaide Convention Centre / Reception Venue: Adelaide Convention Centre / Ceremony Officiant: Carol Maxwell / DJ: Somers Entertainment / Cake Baker: Cocolat / Wedding Rings: Everett Brookes / Photobooth: Adelaide Photobooths / Chair Cover Employ: Labours of Love
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Photographer: Lia Healy / Bride’s Dress: Jenny and Gerry’s Bridal Centre / Bride’s Shoes: Zu / Bride’s Jewelry: Diva / Groom’s Attire: Jack London / Groomsmen Attire: Jenny and Gerry’s Employ / Bridesmaid Dresses: Target / Bridesmaids Sash: Butterfly from Ashes / Bridesmaid Shoes: Zu / Hairstylist: La Bella Sposa / Makeup Artist: La Bella Sposa / Flowers & Decor: Flowers by Rita / Ceremony Venue: Adelaide Convention Centre / Reception Venue: Adelaide Convention Centre / Ceremony Officiant: Carol Maxwell / DJ: Somers Entertainment / Cake Baker: Cocolat / Wedding Rings: Everett Brookes / Photobooth: Adelaide Photobooths / Chair Cover Hire: Labours of Adore