At the double doors, before entering the main hall of this Melbourne wedding reception venue, the bridal party prepared to enter the room full of their family and friends. They jittered with excitement. The girls were dressed in a pretty black A-line dress finished with an elegant belt with a diamond jewelled buckle and a bouquet of white and yellow roses. The boys looked smart in their black suits with champagne ties and a boutonnière of single yellow rose to beautifully match the girls’ bouquets.
The MC started the night, the DJ played the first song. The first to enter the room were the adorable flower girl, dressed in a simple white dress with a black belt and a pair of black ballet flats, and the two page boys, handsome in their little suits with a wing collar shirts, black bow ties and yellow pocket squares. They were adorably astonished as the double doors opened before them to reveal a room full of cheering guests. After the little special guests, the bride’s maids and groom’s men danced into the floor, then it was finally time for Sarah-Jane and Anthony. The newly wedded couple was showered with the guests’ cheers and applauds as the double doors to the grand hall at the Wattle Park Chalet opened.
Their wedding cake was simple but unique and very special for Sarah-Jane and Anthony. The three tier cake, decorated with small bunches of sugar crafted roses, was topped with a wonderful tribute to Sarah-Jane and Anthony. An angelic little figurine of a bride in a white gown, just like Sarah-Janes, and a cute little groom figure, dressed up in a suit like Anthony, sitting on the edge of the top tier with a miniature fishing rod. It was the adorable scene of how Anthony proposed to Sarah-Jane, on a fishing trip with the ring at the end of the line.
The band played “Say You Won’t Let Go” by James Arthur and Sarah-Jane and Anthony took the dance floor for their first dance. They held each other close and whispered and giggled to each other. The adorable couple’s happiness was infectious and it put a smile on every guests face. A truly memorable weddings at this Melbourne wedding reception venue.
by Nana Shiraishi