This stylish couples wedding started out traditional, but afterwards they hit up a local coffee shop with their bridal party to decompress and take some rad pictures…be sure to check out the bridesmaids jumpsuits!
From the bride:
We were introduced by a mutual friend at a church evening service. I thought nothing of Calvin's friendly nature until he added me on Facebook a few weeks later and struck up a conversation, where the topic found it’s way to good coffee, followed by a coffee date invite. Calvin proposed on the beach where we had shared our first kiss. It was a fitting and romantic idea, though I think he was counting on it being a clear and moonlit night… unfortunately it was pitch black and he ended up proposing via the light of his iPhone – very romantic haha.
On our wedding day, it was important that we did something that was uniquely us. We wanted to keep it simple, with venues that were stunning on their own right. The church was important for both our faith reasons and its architectural wonder. The outfits of the bridal parties are reflective of our own styles and interests and we were so lucky to do our photos at Good One coffee because coffee is something we enjoy doing together all the time and the interior of the cafe is fantastic.
Florist: Willoughby Road
Ceremony Venue: St. Matthews
Reception: James Events
Dress: Hera Bridal
Shoes: Tony Bianco
Make up and hair: Kaitlin Chapman
Bridesmaid dresses: ASOS
Grooms and groomsmen: Barkers