Good morning, SMPers and a very happy 2012 to you! We hope that each of you had a FABULOUS weekend filled to the brim with New Year’s cheer… and maybe a proposal or two! We thought we’d keep the festivities rolling right into the work week with this stunning Cairns affair captured by Mefoto. From the drop-dead gorgeous bride to the lovely shades of blue to those ah.mazing gold heels, we just can’t get enough of this traditional soiree. And those heart-stopping blooms created by Blush Floral? Swooooon. So, keep those party hats on just a little longer and get ready to celebrate the New Year here on SMP. Join us in the gallery for more!
From Blush Floral… This wedding had so much love. Scott and Kiah both love to fish and so that theme ran very subtly through their wedding. In the paper, along with well wishes from family and friends, Kiah left a message “Scott, Catch of the Day 3pm St Therese’s Church, Bentley Park, Perfect Day for fishing! love always Kiah.” Scott in turn suprised his bride to be to be with a message delivered to her by family which left her gorgeously applied makeup in Jeopardy as it brought tears to her eyes.
The Bridal bouquets where a combination of White David Austin Roses, Bravardia, Lissianthus and Creme de la Creme roses, they were bound in material left over from dresses. The flowergirl had a star wand wand and halo of mini roses and white feathers to match Kiah’s gorgeous dress which was layered with feathers.
Kiah could have been an event planner the day went off without a hitch, but there are no big surprises there as she works in the family Architectural firm, planning and design is in her blood. Getting married at St Therese’s, then moving on for photos in the surrounding sugar cane fields in Cairns (gorgeous location) and into the city, where they finished off having their reception at the Grand Ballroom in the Hilton hotel.
The room for the reception was dressed beautifully, with satin sashes on the chairs, long white orchids cascading out of tall vases surrounded by vases of roses, lissianthus and chrysanthemums. The Stationary was navy gold and ivory which matched the cake, which had made it’s journey all the way from Sydney for the occasion.
On entering the reception room Kiah was so happy she cried! there were so many tears, smiles and laughs at this wedding all that I could say to some it up was, there was SO much love.
Wedding Photography: Mefoto / Cinematography: Mod Videos / Floral Design: Blush Floral / Wedding Ceremony Location: St Therese’s / Wedding Reception Location: Hilton Cairns / Make Up: Jenna Alyce Make-Up & Beauty Studio