'Vintage romance' - Kezani real weddings - Natalie and Ben

Looking through Natalie and Ben's wedding pics, I couldn't help but feel like I was getting a sneak peek into a vintage romance novel.
A 'rustic chic' wedding with a touch of quirky! The setting, Boomerang Park in Mudgeeraba, Queensland with stunning landscapes and a 100 year old barn.
Stunning natural landscape makes the perfect backdrop

 Natalie chose a divine gown in champagne/vintage gold from Samantha Wynne in Mount Hawthorn, WA. The gown was designed and created by Wendy Makin bridal designs. A beautiful lace sheath with exquisite, soft ruffled hemline.

Hair and make up by Erin Galliene.
Natalie chose the wedding headpiece, Grace and earrings from our Stephanie Browne collection. We then created a wide, straight style, cage veil made to match.
To tie in with the pale, vintage gold colour of her gown, we chose to go with the Swarovski crystal colour, 'golden shadow' with rhodium plating.
I adore this shot showcasing the bride and bridesmaid gowns. The colours, shape and neckline complement perfectly.
Bridesmaid gowns are by Asos.
The amazing, proteas and natural foliage bouquets were by Julia Rose florist.
Ben and the groomsmen all wear Mr Men socks.
Natalie is wearing the 'Grace' bridal headpiece with the 'Charleston' earrings by Stephanie Browne - available at Kezani jewellery.
A totally stunning pic of Nat.
Too cute...the gorgeous couple.
The rustic barn, a magnificent setting with lots of personal touches.
The tables were decorated with olive leaf runners from Julia Rose florist
The wedding cake displayed on tree slabs was a delicious naked cake, vanilla bean cream with berries and drizzled toffee...sounds yum!
"For our 'photo session' Ben and I disappeared to a little field where we sat and had a private little picnic. This was definitely one of our favourite parts of the day as we got to sit quietly and enjoy each others company, talk about how we felt, about the ceremony, share a glass of wine and a laugh."
A little piece of advice for 'Brides-to-be' from Natalie
"don't sweat the small things. The personal moments in your day will be cherished by yourself and your guests far more then the 'professional' ones."
With love and fun,
Anita xx
April 16, 2015 by Anita Rosielle
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