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Kaye & Sean

Kaye & Sean

Earthy romance

THE STORY
Our gorgeous couple Kay and Sean were based in Singapore and invited all their guests to experience Melbourne and it’s surrounds for a very special 3 day experience.

THE STAGE
Stones of the Yarra Valley

THE NICETIES
There's always more pressure placed on a couple when they're based overseas and hosting a destination wedding. We relish in the opportunity to step up and provide extra support, allowing them to relax and enjoy the process.

THE PARTY
With the ceremony already performed in Singapore, the party started fairly early on, with guests ready to hit the dance floor. There's something about destination weddings, everyone just moves more freely, must be a holiday vibe.

THE FEAST
Stones is an institution, renowned for its amazing views and incredible food and service. Kay and Sean opted for a shared menu including escabeche of kingfish, caramelised pork belly, wagyu rump and petuna ocean trout.

THE DRAMA
Two totally different but complimentary tablescapes. The outer tables had a soft base of natural white linen, organically stacked shell limestone pieces and pops of spring florals of poppies, roses, hellebores, anemones and wheat dancing throughout. The outer tables were exposed raw timber with heavier florals of roses, scabiosa, rununculus and dancing lady orchids bursting from both ceramic and resin vessels.

THE MAGIC
The spring blossom suspended in the roof, lightly dancing through the ceiling. Even more breathtaking in person.

THE STORY
Our gorgeous couple Kay and Sean were based in Singapore and invited all their guests to experience Melbourne and it’s surrounds for a very special 3 day experience.

THE STAGE
Stones of the Yarra Valley

THE NICETIES
There's always more pressure placed on a couple when they're based overseas and hosting a destination wedding. We relish in the opportunity to step up and provide extra support, allowing them to relax and enjoy the process.

THE PARTY
With the ceremony already performed in Singapore, the party started fairly early on, with guests ready to hit the dance floor. There's something about destination weddings, everyone just moves more freely, must be a holiday vibe.

THE FEAST
Stones is an institution, renowned for its amazing views and incredible food and service. Kay and Sean opted for a shared menu including escabeche of kingfish, caramelised pork belly, wagyu rump and petuna ocean trout.

THE DRAMA
Two totally different but complimentary tablescapes. The outer tables had a soft base of natural white linen, organically stacked shell limestone pieces and pops of spring florals of poppies, roses, hellebores, anemones and wheat dancing throughout. The outer tables were exposed raw timber with heavier florals of roses, scabiosa, rununculus and dancing lady orchids bursting from both ceramic and resin vessels.

THE MAGIC
The spring blossom suspended in the roof, lightly dancing through the ceiling. Even more breathtaking in person.

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Event Design, The Style Co.
Planning, The Style Co.
Flowers, Superbloom by The Style Co.
Venue, Stones of the Yarra Valley
Styling Photography, Kristen Cook
Client Photography, Van Middleton
Videography, Humdrum Films
Furniture, Harry the Hirer and Dann Event Hire