Imi & Joe’s Hillside Picnic Wedding
December 14, 2010
Imi & Joe had a beautiful wedding on the side of
Lavender Hill. The couple were married in an outdoor ceremony in front of Lake Tinaroo, Queensland, surrounded by all their friends & family. Following the touching service they had a casual picnic style reception in the same location. There were chickens, totem tennis, lawn games and a photo booth. The band that played were fronted by the groom.
All the signs and decor were made by the bride. She wore a dress made for her by the head Fashion design teacher at Sydney Institute college, and went barefoot for the entire day. They also didn’t have any flowers but did choose a giant cupcake for their wedding cake!
Be sure to check out
the adorable and touching video made by a friend at the wedding too. I also have to point out, that this wedding may include one of the most stylish and effortlessly cool group of guests ever!
Love and thanks to Imi & Joe and their photographer Victoria (who you can spy in the video!) for sharing this wedding today
Muller And Vee Photography
Venue: Lavender Hill, Queensland
Bride’s Dress: Custom Made
Band: The Middle East
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