On Nat & Trents wedding day it was sweltering, it was day three of over 40degrees in March. They had to bring in a makeshift water spray mist system to cool off their guests while they waited under the umbrellas, but to be honest Nat & Trent said that they didn't think it fazed too many people as they were enjoying the ice cold beers and taking in the amazing vineyard view. They had an intimate number of guests, 75 of our nearest and dearest to share the occasion with. Both Trent & Nat wrote our own vowels, in typical Natalie fashion she threw a swear word in (completely tasteful of course) haha. Their daughter Monet was first cab of the rank walking down the aisle, who took everyone’s breath away, she looked so grown up and proud, followed by my mum holding our son Bobby’s hand who was a little taken back by all the fuss. Nat's brother walked her down the aisle and she said it was like was a moment in time that stood still. Trent was very emotional, Nat's friends took snaps of him right at the moment when he lost it, it was really special.
The guests partied on into the night at the stunning One Day Estate where they were treated to delicious Paella from Paella Pan & Gelato from Bianco Latte. With tunes by Steven Clarke, the d-floor was cranking. This gorgeous wedding was captured by the incredibly talented Meg Read, check out the gorgeous pics below.
The vendors that helped make it happen
Venue: One Day Estate
Dress & Veil: Grace loves lace
Flowers: Floral perfection
Cake: Sweet designs by Claire
Catering: Paella Pan & Bianco Latte Melbourne for after ceremony gelato and sorbet
Photography: Meg Read Photography
Celebrant: Di Schmidke
Music: Acoustic tunes by Steven Clarke
Wedding bonbonniere: Australian Honey in test tubes with wooden tags & Earl grey loose leaf tea in test tubs with wooden tags