Planning a South Australian wedding from her home in Melbourne was tricky for bride Brea McClure. Luckily the bride had help, in the form of Adelaide-based family and friends to help her plan her special day.
Brea and Tom were married in a Catholic church in Victor Harbour, South Australia. The bride looked fantastic in a one-shoulder sheath dress by Collette Dinnigan, and despite her brother standing on her veil, she made it down the aisle in one piece.
After the ceremony, the couple and their guests headed to the Waverley Estate in Port Elliot, which they had rented for the weekend. All the guests were staying on site, making the weekend a low-key but intimate affair.
The bride’s favourite part of the weekend was drinks on the sun-drenched lawn, which took place before the impressive meal they served.
Tom talked Brea out of all white flowers, opting for a splash of purple similar to a photo Brea saw in an American magazine. She couldn’t have hydrangeas, her favourite flower, because the season had finished early, so she chose hyacinths, freesias and lisianthus from Greenleaf Flowers.
The food was prepared by Rolling Pin catering, and for dessert guests dined on cupcakes and watched the happy couple cut their vanilla choc-chip and raspberry cake.
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