Fitzroy North || Panama Dining Room Wedding

"Courtney did an amazing job capturing our wedding day. The time she took leading up to the day, to get to know us and what we wanted from the photography really showed in the end result as we have incredible photos that really captured the essence of the day " - Kate and Brad.

 

Kate and Brad are truly a beautiful couple and fun loving couple. They met at a BIG DAY OUT in 2013 and Brad knew she was the one, straight away! Kate took at least a week. Fast forward to 2017 and they were planning their wedding. Having grown up in Fitzroy her own life, their wedding stayed local for them with some incredible locations. Their main focus was about family and their favourite part of the day was sitting down during moments of their ceremony and watching in awe their closest of loved ones and friends whom have travelled as far as London (Kate's brother) to be there for them. This was all they wanted...to bring everyone together. With a great list of vendors, their wedding was one I will always remember.

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Ceremony venue: St Bridget’s Church, Fitzroy

Reception venue: Panama Dining Room

Celebrant/Officiant: Father Luciano Toldo

Photography: Courtney Laura 

Florist: Fowler Flowers

Hair: Zian Reyn

Make Up: Rebecca Lowry

The Dress: Rachel Gilbert

Bride’s Shoes: Online China somewhere

Rings: Alexis Russel Jewelry

Bridesmaid’s dresses: Zara

Groom’s attire: Prinzi Collections

Groom’s Shoes: Aquila

Cake: Stefan, The Clumsy Baker

Welcome sign and gifts table: La De Da Letters

Seating Chart: Willow Lane Paperie

Entertainment/MC: Craig Francis Music

Transport: David White – Father of the Bride. He restored the car in preparation for the wedding.

Necklace: Blue Mary Necklace passed down from Grandmother to wear for the wedding. This was something special from my Grandmother and I wore it under my dress and felt blessed to wear it.

Décor: My Sweet Event