A very cultural wedding day

Julz + Shane

And that gorgeous smile did not stop all day, which is incredible because to say this day was wet, is an absolute understatement. It rained and rained and rained! So hopefully as the saying goes, it does bring great luck for the bride and groom.

As most of you know I've been a part of this beautiful wedding from the very beginning as part of the bridal party but I also designed the stationery for the event ... so I'd like to share with you how it all went on the day!

You can have a closer look at the invitation pack I designed here. It also showcases a website I designed for the lovely couple and their international audience. Here is the Ceremony 'Order of service' booklet:

and here's the reception table stationery including table names (engraved timber), place cards and rubber stamped favour bags & tags:

Some other cultural touches the couple made to reflect their African and Indigenous backgrounds were to incorporate Aboriginal dancers and African drummers. It made for a truly unique wedding experience.

African and Indigenous wedding theme

Professional photography is by Velocity Images and heaps more can be found on his blog here.

So much fun to be a part of this uniquely cultural wedding at Maleny. Thanks so much to Julz & Shane for an amazing day!

Bye for now
Michelle

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