Lush roses, lace dresses and a cake covered in coconut–this wedding is a dream come true!
Maximillia and Nicolas worked with Cathrin D’Entremont Weddings to plan a celebration that honored their personal histories and was infused with romance and elegance–starting with black banded invitations in blush envelopes from Wren Press announcing the details of their spring nuptials.
Maximillia wore a lace Pronovias gown and veil, paired with Valentino lace pumps and pearl drop earrings. Her bridesmaids wore Grecian gowns by Rachel Pally in a dreamy shade of pink and jeweled Badgley Mischka peep toes, and their blush garden rose posies by Natural Art by Rebecca Grace matched the bride's lush white bouquet trimmed in stephanotis. Nicolas took advantage of the special occasion to pick up a spectacular Ermenegildo Zegna tuxedo with a slim black tie, and his groomsmen were smartly outfitted in matching black suits.
Maximilla and Nicholas were married in The Chapel at St. Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls, the bride's alma mater. Perth's Zafferano was a perfect waterfront setting for the cocktail hour and a candlelit reception, and the addition of raj tents and lounge furniture from Villa Kula helped to create a sumptuous setting. After an Italian supper, the newlyweds served a vanilla butter cake soaked in citrus syrup, layered with lemon curd and covered in Italian meringue and shaved coconut by Rochelle Adonis–a decadent ending to a gorgeous day, all captured by the talented Jemma Keech.
A tremendous thank you to Jemma for sharing her stunning photographs with me–tell me, what's your favorite detail? Is it those dreamy bridesmaids dresses, or maybe those luxe raj tents?