Amour, translated from French means love, and that is what a wedding is all about; making a commitment to the person you love and the celebration of that commitment. The Amour Amour website and blog recognises what an important day your wedding day is, from the commitment to the styling of the day and sharing it with family and friends. We are dedicated to inspiring brides who want to create a beautiful day to mark this wonderful rite of passage.
Queensland photographers Feather & Stone have captured the camaraderie and fun of a groom and his groomsmen. Boys will be boys after all. Even at a wedding. The results are a series of natural, very 'frameable*' shots.
So fun the bride got in on the act. * Frameable: The ultimate litmus test for photos.
Genna & Fernando celebrated their commitment in style with a sit down dinner for their 125 guests at The Tearoom, Queen Victoria Building.
The couple took advantage of the elegant surrounds, having photos on the grand staircase which showed off Genna's ivory lace Provonias gown with customised black velvet bow. The gown was a happy reminder of their engagement with Genna first seeing the dress in Spain where Fernando proposed. Black satin peep toes from Christian Louboutin completed the glamourous look.
The elegance and beauty of the room was enhanced by vintage grey glass candelabras Genna bought second hand and votive vases with white blooms. Black and white grosgrain ribbon accentuated the beauty of the hydrangeas and peonys and guests were invited to share their well wishes for the couple in a personalised guestbook from Smythson of Bond Street. The four tier cake perfectly complemented the black and white styling and featured flavoured layers of vanilla & rose petal, chocolate ganache and citrus & strawberry. Bride and groom cookies from Cookie Couture doubled as place settings and favours for guests.
The couple's first dance completed a beautiful evening and we wish Genna & Fernando all the best for a long and happy life together.
I am so excited to share the stylish city wedding of a gorgeous former colleague.
Genna has an innately glamorous style I have always admired and I eagerly awaited her wedding pics knowing they would not disappoint! Genna sought inspiration for her day from the pages of Amour Amour and I am honoured she is sharing her beautiful wedding day with us.
Genna began to plan her wedding after her fiancee Fernando proposed on the steps of the Cadiz Cathedral in the South of Spain last year with the date set for February 7th, 10 years and 1 day after they first met at St Bede's Catholic Church in the Sydney suburb of Pyrmont.
A heart shaped flower frame of hydrangeas with black and white grosgrain ribbon decorated the church.
From the black velvet bow on Genna's Provonias gown, to the 1950's vintage Givenchy inspired bridesmaids gowns, the chic black and white styling epitomised the theme of '1950's Glamour'.
The bride and her maids carried posies of hydrangeas, peonies, gardenias and roses.
Genna and Fernando didn't let the wet weather cramp their style with the rain and black umbrellas adding to the glam style.
Check back tomorrow (Wednesday) for Genna & Fernando's stylish reception as well as Genna's Style Guide.
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