‘You’re the one, the only one, the only one that’s just right just for me
but all the same, you know I, you know I’m, I’m just a fool
I’m a fool for you, I’m a fool, I’m a fool for you’
– Fool for you – John Butler Trio
I am so incredibly lucky to see many weddings come across my desk and while they are all very beautiful, every now and then one just takes your breath away… Nikki and Chris’ wedding did just that. It was a day of romance, love and of fun.
The love birds: Nikki Waldron, 29 Early Childhood Educator and Chris McCulloch, 33 Team Leader at Central Tablelands Local Land Services.
Ceremony & Reception: The “vinegrove” in Mudgee
Theme: Vintage Chic
The Dress: Rachel Gilbert “Tessina Gown” in dusty pink from Danielle Louise in Orange
Groom & wedding party attire: Rembrandt Navy suits with Ivory shirts from Bent Threads in Bathurst
Hair/makeup: “Vintage Glamourish” Hair by a family friend and makeup from Bella Medi Spa Mudgee
Decorations: Lamps, birdcages, light breezy chiffon, hessian, lounges everywhere, Chandeliers
Food: Gourmet canapes from Local Mudgee company Whisk Gourmet
Cake: Naked Cake with fresh flowers from Family Friend Lucy Baranowski
Drinks: The standard beer wine ciders
Photographer: Philippa Enid Photography
Rings: Beautiful white gold round cut ring with a diamond wedding band for Nikki and just a plain comfort wedder in white gold for Chris
Music: Acoustic Guitar by good friend Andrew Nelson who played John Butler song “fool for You” as Nikki walked down the aisle and acoustic music throughout reception from another good friend Lou Goryl. Then the tunes slipped into some old favourites via the ipod!
Special moments: Nikki says the moment that Chris sang Black magic woman by Santana to her in front of all of their guests was a moment that she will remember for the rest of her life.
The wedding was a beautiful family affair, Nikki spent the night before the wedding with her Nanna and says it was lovely to have our siblings as our bridesmaids and groomsmen. Plus enjoying the day with heir cheeky two year old son!
Cost: More than a small family car 🙂