J A C Q U E L I N E & A N D R E W
T H E I R S T O R Y ...
Despite Jacqueline’s initial desire to elope, Andrew and her agreed that a small, heartfelt celebration would be perfect for their wedding day. Shared with their closest friends and family their party-themed wedding was fun-filled and unforgettable.
When it came to looking for a venue, Jacqueline and Andrew fell in love with Terindah Estate the moment they saw it. “It’s an amazing rustic winery with fantastic food and wine and, best of all, the most down to earth events coordinator in the world,” says Jacqueline.
When it came to styling, Jacqueline was happy to hand the responsibility to her florist, Megan from Mimi-Myrtle + Co. “I told Megan I wanted something quite natural, colourful and overall something that would suit the venue. She delivered. I loved leaving it up to her. It was so exciting seeing what she had created on the day. I had complete trust in her and would recommend her to anybody,” she says.
Megan created a rustic, unstructured look for Jacqueline’s bouquet using a variety of peonies and roses. The flowergirls carried little posies and wore flowers in their hair - a whimsical touch. The reception space was beautiful to begin with and boasted spectacular views so Jacqueline and Megan decided to keep the styling simple and elegant - a variety of different sized vases were place on the tables and accompanied by tea light candles.
The newlyweds danced late into the night Jacqueline recalls: “We had the best musician ever – Patty Bourke. I’m from the country and love a bit of bogan 80's rock and Patty delivered, big time. Andrew made a lovely speech honouring my Nan who had passed away a few days before the wedding. It meant so much to my Pa and family.”