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Use warm and bold colours paired with delicate suspended lighting above your guests, such as chandeliers and drop candles, to create a warm and festive ambiance.
Combine a couple with South African, Colombian & American roots, their love for travel, food & wine, a vast circle of friends and a creative mastermind of a bride – and you’ve got a wedding with the perfect ingredients!
Bold, fun, colourful & vibrant – Kate and Julian’s wedding was a true celebration for the senses – an eclectic glamorous wedding fiesta, filled with warmth and joy and bold décor touches.
Being part of the Senior Wedding Concepts team and passionate about all things beautiful & dramatic – Kate conceptualised a unique décor concept unlike anything she has created before!
With the décor and menu being the most important aspects for the couple – they wanted all their guests to feel at home, sharing amazing gourmet food and being completely surrounded by beautiful vibrant décor. In a nutshell: to get glimpse into their love story and a real Wedding Concepts designer wedding!
Using a vibrant South American colour palette in colours of fuchsia pink, burnt orange, cream and shades of green – foliage and beautiful florals were suspended over each table.
The wedding magic truly came to life with vintage bulbs, crystal chandeliers and strings of fairy lights suspended amongst the vibrant floral installations.
Quirky details, stunning stationery, a delicious ganache wedding cake and a gorgeously lit marquee – were just some of the bespoke design elements “à la Kate”.
After an evening of fantastic, heartfelt speeches and an amazing 3 course dinner that the reflecting the couple’s favourite foods from their travels together – the guests finally hit the dance floor – dancing until early hours of the morning to the sounds of DJ Rene and his Dream Team!
Ending off the sensational celebration were the American inspired midnight snacks – just the perfect ending to a stylish wedding fiesta straight from the heart of our Wedding Concepts team!
Photography by: Ryan Graham