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The couple finally wed after actually meeting at someone else’s wedding. A Winter Elegance themed wedding saw their special day incorporating Stacey’s Jewish heritage throughout and hosted in a beautiful timber book barn at Bendooley Estate (NSW, Australia.)

Stacey always joked about running through an AFL banner on her big day and her and Michael bonded over their love of football – he a bombers supporter and she a swan’s, so her favourite part of the day was running through the banner at the reception reading ‘TWO TEAMS, ONE LOVE. STACEY & HOBBSY.’

See the beauty of the winter elegance wedding! You may even get amazing inspiration from them! Remember to check their wedding details.

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The Wedding Details

How did you and your partner meet?

We met at a wedding in Melbourne. An old school friend of mine was marrying Michael’s cousin. Michael’s sister had planned to set him up with another old school friend at the wedding but when she introduced them the match was not meant to be and Michael & I ended up chatting for the most of the night. At the very end of the wedding I saw Michael striding over to me out of the corner of my eye and I was overcome with butterflies. He asked for my number and a date once we were both back in Sydney and the rest as they say is history.

How did he propose?

Michael surprised me with a helicopter ride from Hamilton Island to Hayman Island where we spent the day relaxing by the pool at the One & Only resort. That night he organised a private dinner on the beach and he got down on one knee under a super moon with the waves lapping beside us and proposed. Funny side note: the super moon meant the tide came in a lot quicker than expected and by the end of dinner we were basically sitting in the ocean! We then spent the rest of the week sailing around the Whitsundays and basking in engaged bliss!

How did you choose your wedding gown?

I had been looking for a wedding dress for a while and just didn’t feel like anything I tried on was ‘The One’. I kept expecting to have some kind of holy moment when I would try a dress on that would give me the sign that it was ‘The dress’. I happened to visit Savvy Brides in Sydney on a weekend when Erin Clare was having a trunk show of her collection there and I immediately fell in love with ‘The’ dress. It was made even more special to have Erin herself there so talk everything through. Erin made the dress to fit my measurements and I ended up going up to her studio in Noosa for a dress fitting which was a surprise getaway with my mum that I organised for her birthday. While I was having my dress fitting Erin showed me a veil that she had made to match my dress design and not already having found a veil, I knew I had to have it. It was a wonderful and very special experience to deal directly with my dress designer and really made the whole experience quite unique.

What sort of style did you envision for your wedding day?

‘Winter Elegance’ – a roaring fire, a beautiful timber book barn, cosy and oozing with love.

What was your favorite moment from the day?

Running through our AFL banner (with the song Holy Grail by Hunters and Collectors playing) into the horas (Jewish dancing that the function begins with).

The banner read “TWO TEAMS, ONE LOVE. STACE & HOBBSY”.

Michael and I bonded over our mutual love of footy and he is a bombers supporter while I am a swan’s supporter. We were both raised on football and I had always joked that I would run through an AFL banner on my wedding day. I had it made by a banner maker in Victoria and shipped to Sydney for the big day.

Also – The groom secretly organised a flash mob for me with his groomsmen (to ‘I want it that way’ by the Backstreet Boys). A few months before the wedding the best man was in a scooter accident and broke his ankle. He was adamant that he would still be able to perform the dance on the night…. And that he did – walking stick, limp and all like a total superstar!

I had no idea what Michael had planned (and choreographed!) and was totally shocked and amazed and laughed hysterically with joy and surprise throughout the whole performance.

Any DIY décor elements?

Our individual, personalised origami paper ‘fortune tellers’ designed, printed and folded by Michael & I were used as an all-in-one place setting, menu and message to guests. We painstakingly printed, cut out and folded 150 individual origami pieces but it was worth it to see the curiosity and delight on our guest’s faces when they opened and read them and realised we had made them all especially for each one of them.

We sourced vases of various shapes, sizes and colours (blue, crystal and gold) from various variety stores and op shops for the table flowers and I made the table numbers from old classic looking children’s books tied together in a bundle to create a holder for the table number.

We also set up a photo booth table with Polaroid cameras, an album and pens for guests to take photos and leave a note as a memory of the night.

If you could do it all over again, what would you change?

Nothing!…… except I would do it earlier so my grandmother could have been there. She was too unwell on the day to come to the wedding and passed away shortly afterwards and I will always think that I shouldn’t have waited a year. Time really is so very precious.

Any tips that you can give to future brides?

Be true to yourselves and chip away at it every week ahead of the wedding. Do your research! There are plenty of DIY projects and fun things you can do together or with friends for the wedding that really give it a personal touch and will definitely save you a lot of money! If there is something you realllly want, be as inventive and creative as you can to achieve it.

As stressful as the wedding planning was sometimes, we were really happy in the end that we had planned the whole wedding ourselves. It meant that our wedding was a true representation of who we are as a couple. The whole day was everything we could have ever imagined and more!

Anything else you’d like to add?

I (Stacey) am Jewish so it was very important to both myself and Michael to incorporate as many of the Jewish traditions into the ceremony as we could. We were married under a chuppah (Jewish wedding canopy) borrowed from a friend who was also married under it,  we were both walked down the aisle by both parents, I circled Michael seven times as I entered the chuppah, family members said the seven Jewish wedding blessings, we drank wine from my grandparent’s kiddish wine cup (from my grandparent’s own wedding in 1948), Michael smashed the glass to conclude the ceremony, we signed a traditional Ketubah (Jewish marriage contract); and we danced the horas at the beginning of the wedding function (which were sung by a close friend of ours.

To top it off our close friend Leor became a celebrant especially so he would marry us. It was an incredibly generous and heartfelt gift that we will be forever humbled and grateful for.

Having family and friends involved in the whole day was something that was very important to both of us.

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The Team

Dress: Erin Clare

Makeup: Nicky Lurie

Hair: Hair by Louka

Shoes: Panache

Accessories: My grandmother’s engagement ring pinned to my bouquet (something old), Pearl earrings (given to me by Michael as a first anniversary present) from Mazal Jewelry (something new), Pearl head piece from my sister in law (something borrowed) & Blue Ostrich feather bolero by Diamante dresses (something blue).

Bridesmaids Dresses: The only request I had for my bridesmaids was to wear a blue dress (my favourite colour) in whichever shade they wanted. Three bought dresses from Alannah Hill and Review and the other two wore dresses they already had. I wanted them to wear something that they felt completely comfortable and beautiful in and that they would wear again.

Grooms Suit: Peter Jackson Menswear

Photographer: Milton Gan

Wedding Invitations: Adorn Invitations

Cake: 3 tier cheese wheel cake by Bendooley Estate

Food: Bendooley Estate

Flowers: Flowers by Emma

On The Day Wedding Stationery:

Ceremony Venue: Bendooley Estate Gardens

Reception Venue: Berkelouw book barn at Bendooley Estate. NSW.

Band: Mike Champion and the Cool

AFL entry banner: Milestone Banners

Ketubah / Personalised Jewish Wedding contract: Etsy


Ashley + Justin’s Elegant Winter Soiree in Philly

We’re kicking off this Monday with a super gorgeous Philadelphia soiree from BG Productions Photography and Videography. This late Fall/early Winter wedding just oozes sophistication and elegance, with help from the presence of the historical venue, The German Society of Pennsylvania. Using main colors black, white, and gold for the palette and lots of lace, Ashley + Justin pulled off one awe-inspiring wedding with gorgeous details!


Ashley + Justin incorporated DIY touches where they can. For example, Ashley ordered bulk flowers from
Falls Flowers to put flower arrangements together herself. Ashley’s mom and aunt made amazingly beautiful handmade snowflake ornaments as favors for guests. And I’m in complete awe of how neat and clean their chalkboard signs were.

I love Ashley + Justin’s use of lace as table runners, which show up especially well against the black table cloths. I also love Ashley’s bold choice of using black lace dresses to dress her bridal party, which they all look amazing and romantic. I also just can’t stop adoring over their First Looks with BG Productions Photography and Videography, featuring scenes from all over their favorite spots in Philly (e.g. Race Street Pier, where they got engaged; Painted Bride, which is down the street from their house; and of course their super adorable dog and the Philly skyscrapers as background).

Much congratulations to Ashley + Justin for their beautiful wedding and pulling off this super classy wedding!


Photographer: BG Productions Photography and Videography//Wedding Date:11.23.2013//Photo Booth Equipment:BG Productions Photography & Videography//Cake Designer:Classic Cake//Location:Loews Hotel//DJ: No Macarena DJ//Caterer:Blue Monkey Catering//Floral Designer: Falls Flowers//Reception Venue: The German Society of PA//Submitted via Two Bright Lights

Winter Wonderland Style Shoot in Sonora, CA

Our feature styled shoot this weekend comes from Midview Studios and a few of the awesome vendors from Sonora, California. The photographers wanted to do a snow-filled shoot, and their vision came to life by teaming up with the talented team from Save the Date Events & Planning. With the snowy backdrop, their bride and groom models had no problem steaming up the shoot for the camera, donning dark hues of red and purple.

From the bride model’s makeup to the gorgeous bouquet by Mountain Laurel Florist, this snowy styled shoot is elegant, sexy and romantic, and gives me a bit of mysterious flair to it. Perhaps it’s the awesome decor, or simply the way Midview Studios shoot the pictures, we can all agree this style shoot is fabulous and dreamy (love the chandelier!). Lastly, CornerSpace Cake and Cafe, can I have one of your super delicious looking cupcakes??

Great job to all the vendors who worked on this styled shoot!!


Photographer: Midview Studios//Date: 12.15.2012//Flower: Mountain Laurel Florist//Bakery: CornerSpace Cake and Cafe//Makeup Artist: FLAWLESS Hair and Makeup Design//Event Designer: Save the Date Events & Planning//Female Model: Ursula Bahamondes// Male Model: Jake Wacker//Submitted via Two Bright Lights

Ellen + Wes’ Idyllic Winter Wedding

Such a treat I have for all you lovely DIY brides and grooms today. Ellen + Wes’ perfect southern-style winter wedding incorporated lots of white, blue, and grey details photographed by Catherine Guidry. Ellen is an interior designer graduate, so obviously, she had a clear vision on what her dream wedding would be and executed it very well. With a little mix of traditional and rustic, Ellen + Wes created their own dreamy wedding.

There were tons of details I just adore. I love that Ellen incorporated rice into her florals as well as created a rice bouquet for her flower girl since Wes is a rice farmer. Instead of expensive draping, she opted for making tissue pompoms and draped them with lights. True to the southern style, Wes had a pretty impressive groom cake featuring his favorite football team. And their kids dessert bar is completely decadent and to die for!

Gorgeous bouquets, gorgeous decoration, gorgeous bride and her equally stunning bridesmaids… complemented by lots of lights and tissue pom-poms, this wedding is definitely not lacking in the prettiness department. Thank you, Catherine Guidry, for capturing all the breathtaking details and sharing them with us.

Congratulations to Ellen + Wes!!!
Photographer: Catherine Guidry//Wedding Date:02/05/2013//Dress Store: A-Nets Enchanted Dream//Caterer: Chef Bobby and Dot//Cake Designer:Daisey Cakes//Pre Ceremony Location:Maison D’Memoire//Cake Designer: Short and Sweet Cakes//Reception Venue:The Warehouse//

Submitted via Two Bright Lights

Tasha + Aaron’s Winter Wedding

Happy Halloween Eve!!! Besides being a super fun DIY holiday, a good reason to dress up, pumpkin everything and the best excuse to over indulge on candy- Halloween always reminds me one thing: winter. And while it might not be my favorite season; there’s one thing for sure it sure does make for some gorgeous weddings! Tasha and Aaron’s Virginia wedding inspired by the cold grey days is a pretty big treat in itself! Rebekah Hoyt Photography captured a basket full of sweet, sentimental, emotional and fun moments and bride Tasha shared a whole lot of crafting advice. So bring a big treat bag, cuz there’s no tricks today- just winter wedding perfection.


From the Bride:

I wanted to go all out with the winter theme. I ditched the traditional color scheme and opted for a more muted set of neutrals, inspired by the kind of grey winter days we get in Virginia. My husband loves the outdoors and we played it up with pine cones and tons of wood elements: this included everything from the bouquets, to the centerpieces, to the invitations, which had disks of wood stamped with pine cones on them. My sister passed away when I was in high school so to honor her at our wedding, we reserved a seat in the front row where her favorite stuffed dog “Doggy” sat in a little tuxedo. I also had several pictures of her on my bouquet.

Tasha has surely put her art major to good use here. She shared some of her great ideas including stocking up on craft supplies post major holidays like Christmas and Halloween. (hint, hint- all of the battery operated candles in the centerpieces were found at a post Halloween sale and a January wedding date means stock up on snow stuff after Christmas.) And who knew you could bake pine cones? Besides the insanely awesome invites and gorgeous wintery centerpieces, Tasha also made all the cute signs, the yummy cocoa favors, the cake topper, and designed the ceiling decor.

Tasha also shared the DIY Bride’s biggest rule of thumb: “don’t take it all on by yourself.” Crafty brides tend to be surrounded by crafty and resourceful friends and fam. This is wedding is just proof in the winter pudding. Thanks Rebekah Hoyt Photography for sharing this winter dream! Congratulations Tasha + Aaron!

Date: January 19, 2013

Location: Herndon, VA

Photographer: Rebekah Hoyt Photography

Ceremony Location: Our Savior’s Way Lutheran Church

Reception Venue: Coomber Hall

Caterer: R&R Catering

Floral Designer: Wegmans Flowers

Cake Designer: Cakes by Marida

DJ: One & Done Events

Bridesmaid Dresses: Bill Levkoff

Veils and headpieces: Leesburg Bridal & Tuxedo

Invitations: Paper Source

Craft Supplies: Michael’s, Jo-Ann Fabric, Save-on-Crafts

Submitted via Two Bright Lights

Leslie + Ashley’s Intimate Sunset Wedding

Sometimes, love finds you at an unexpected moment.  For Leslie and Ashley, even though he was Leslie’s first kiss, the love bug only bit after a long time friendship led them back to one another.  This I do; take two was the perfect combination of full circle love,the joining of two beautiful families, and of course some killer DIY.  Mark Dickinson Photography was there to snap up the super sweet day and all of the lovely details.

Leslie + Ashley's Intimate Sunset Wedding

The beautiful mason jars lining the aisle, a stunning sunset, all highlighting Leslie’s birdcage veil are simply divine!  For those of you looking for some silk floral inspiration, be sure to study these amazing bouquets created by Leslie’s MIL and decorated with some of her own jewelry.  Did you check out those ridiculous vintage rings?  Daytona Estate Jewelry created them from antique diamonds and vintage platinum bands.  Most of all Mark Dickinson Photography captured how two families became one, from their very special children, to Ashley’s officiant father, and even his grandmother who was in hospital care via FaceTime.  The entire gallery by Mark Dickinson is simply swoon worthy!

Thanks Mark Dickinson Photography for sharing this sunset spectacular!  Congratulations Leslie, Ashley, and your beautiful family!

Vendor Information:

Date:  February 9, 2013

Location: Port Orange, FL

Photography:  Mark Dickinson Photography

Event Venue:  Tavern & Chapel in the Garden

Caterer:  Aunt Catfish on the River

Dress Designer:  White by Vera Wang

Shoes:  TOMS

Jewelry:  Daytona Estate Jewelry

Jewelry:  JC Penney

Floral Designer:  Michael’s Arts & Crafts

Hair Stylist:  Alluring Hair Designs


Jennifer + David’s Classic Beach Wedding

Happy long holiday weekend my favorite crafty couples!  As we unofficially say goodbye to summer, we have a super chic beach stunner to remind you of all the fun and sun you’ve hopefully had this year.  And now you know you have a doozie of a wedding coming your way when even the photographer gets in on the craftin’ action!  Jennifer and David’s incredible Islamorada, FL was handmade from flowers to food. Kristen Weaver Photography happens to be a close friend of the bride, and as the only hired vendor present on the day of, she not only snapped up some ridiculously gorgeous “please-don’t-go-summer” kind of photos, but also snipped a bouquet or two!

From decor to stationery friends and family all gathered together to create this al fresco fete.  I don’t know about you, but I’m totally loving the gorgeous banquet style table with simple white and sea glass shades.   And while the gorgeous blooms came form Potomac Florals Wholesalers, I must say Jenny and Dave’s buds created some pretty awesome bouquets.  I love the understated elegance that this whole day holds with just a few rustic chic touches like the awesome burlap and bling bound bouquet!


While I’m surrounded by beautiful weddings day in and day out, this classic combination of chic and homemade meets steel drum accompanied seaside beauty has me both longing for summer to last a little bit longer and end so I can plan a beach side getaway in the winter.  In any event, a big thanks to Kristen Weaver Photography for sharing such a stunning wedding.  Congratulations Jennifer and David!


Vendor Information:

Date: February 25, 2012

Location:  Islamorada, FL

Photographer: Kristen Weaver Photography

Floral Designer:  Potomac Floral

Dress Store:  Modern Bridal Shop

Dress Store:  J. Crew

Dress Designer:  Wtoo by Watters

Cake Designer:  Amazing Cakes

Band:  Legacy of Steel

Other:  Southern Diversion Estate


Jeanette + Andrew’s Warm Winter Wedding

Weeee!!! It’s like Christmas in July today here DIY’ers.   Zac Wolf Photography has shared this festive gathering filled with glittering lights, shiny presents, shimmering snowflakes, and a couple whose love sparkles even brighter.  Not only did Jeanette and Andrew’s winter celebration take place on an unusually warm New England day just before Christmas, but this wedding is filled with some serious DIY eye candy,  (No…I’m serious…There’s eyeballs…And they’re pretty cool!) and there’s a milk and cookies bar for good little guests.  Umm? Yes please!

Jeanette + Andrew are certainly on my “nice” list with all of the dazzling DIY that made this purple and silver wedding sparkle.  From programs to thank you’s, guestbook to table numbers, eyeballs to favors, Jeanette added some handcrafted winter warmth to personalize this enchanting affair.  And though we are well too aware that you control Mother Nature on you big day, what a great gift to be given but a freak heat wave in December!  If the rest of the day wasn’t styled so perfectly warm and cozy, I never would have guessed to be prepared with a crocheted beard.

Haha!  I love the fact that Jeanette and Andrew added some lighthearted touches to incredibly timeless and elegant winter soiree.  It just adds that something special that brings an unexpected and heartwarming smile to simply stunning day.  Thank you Zac Wolf Photography for sharing such a special day with us!  Congratulations Jeanette and Andrew!


Vendor Information:

Photographer: Zac Wolf Photogrpahy

Reception Venue:  Willowdale Estate

Dress Designer:  Bill Levkoff, Paloma Blanca

Cake Designer:  Konditor Meiser

Shoes:  Badgley Mischka from
Tuxedo and Mens Attire:  Jos A Banks

Kim + Nate’s Luminous Winter Wedding

As the scorching summer weather melts many of us down, today we are going to cool you off and light it up with a winter wedding that’s my kind of everything!  Kim + Nate have created a gorgeous winter fete that is surely going to brighten up your day!  The venue, the dazzling dress, the sweetest couple, the sparkling DIY, the effortlessly elegant photos from Bri McDaniel Photograhy–  it all screams uber-stylish without being overdone.  You are guaranteed to be glowing after seeing this one!

Kim + Nate chose a theme of “Lights,Lights,Lights.”  Using string lights to illuminate the refined and relaxed Brickyard space, they created a luminous and laid-back-chic event that’s lustrous beauty even brought a  tear to Bri McDaniel’s eye.  You will see why when you browse through this blindingly beautiful gallery of goodness.  The string light backdrop added such a heavenly, glowing aura to Kim + Nate’s the modern and timeless romance.

Shining stars go out to Kim’s LED lit handmade rose bouquet, and the cardboard and string light marquis.  I absolutely must have my name in lights now thanks to this inspiration board come to life wedding.  Bri McDaniel Photography has done such an amazing job capturing light, beauty and love in in these images that we must profusely thank her.  Thank you and a big congratulations to Kim + Nate!!!


Vendor Information:

Photography: Bri McDaniel Photography

Event Venue: The Brickyard

Submitted via Two Bright Lights


Mackenzie + Weston’s Rustic Winter Wedding

It’s heating up here in North East. So you know what that means?!  We need a dose of winter wedding to cool us off.  Take one look at all the cool winter details or the warm heart’s of Mackenzie + Weston that Laurie Marie Photography so sweetly snapped up, and there’s no way you won’t feel all warm and fuzzy inside.  This incredible wintery Wisconsin wedding is full of romance and all kinds of rustic goodies (not to mention the cutest couple with perfectly rustic names to boot!)  There’s a beautiful stone lodge, the best bridal party accessories I’ve seen, and a coffee bar that will warm your hands to match the smile on your heart after you see this sweet one today!

With a wedding this pretty, I find myself having a little girl-crush on the beautiful bride.  Today is no exception  since I so want to steal her chunky knit shawl and warm wintery look!  But today I find myself imagining that I would be equally happy being on either side of the bridal party to snag some of their winter swag.

Beyond the hand-knit scarves and mittens made for the bridal party the gorgeous birch white, steel blue, grey, and red color palette played perfectly off the Hinterland Brewery & Restaurants amazing stone backdrop. The custom birch candles that Weston drilled and etched himself, just added to the perfection of this color combo.

As a girl married to a man that’s turned me into a coffee snob, I must say the coffee + cocoa bar tops this wedding off to be an A+ in my book.   Aww, heck!  Thanks to Laurie Marie Photography, and this creative duo, the whole thing gets an A+, smiley faces and shiny star stickers!  Thanks Laurie Marie, and congratulations Mackenzie + Weston!


Vendor Information:

Photographer: laurie marie photography

Caterer:  Hinterland Brewery & Restaurant

Event Planner:  sash&bow

Floral Designer:  Divine Nature Flowers
Other:  Joe To Go
Cake Designer:  Runaway Spoon
Submitted via Two Bright Lights
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