featured wedding: lauren & aidan

There is nothing quite like a backyard wedding.  Especially when it’s actually at the home of the bride and groom.  What is nicer than being surrounded by your family and friends and celebrating your relationship and future at the house you’ve made a home?

Lauren and Aidan’s backyard is not your typical backyard either.  They live in the middle of beautiful bushland, surrounded by native flora and fauna.  This made for one very unique reception venue.

The ceremony was held at one of my favourite locations, Kalamunda History Village, which meant guests enjoyed a lovely winding drive through the bush to get from the ceremony to the reception.  The lovely Ann Lord conducted the ceremony.

With lighting by Micktric Events, florals by Signature Floral Design, furniture from Pretty Willow and Hire Society and a marquee and dance floor from Swan Marquees, we kept the styling simple to create the feeling of a relaxed backyard do.

What I loved most about this wedding was just how relaxed and casual Lauren and Aidan were, both leading up to and on the wedding day.  As you can see from the gorgeous images by Carley for Anna Rose Photography, they had a heap of fun, and isn’t that what it’s all about??

Congratulations Mr and Mrs Knapp and thank you for allowing us to be a part of your special day!


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Images by Anna Rose Photography


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