Because I spend my days blogging about all things wedding, I often catch myself dreaming about what our wedding might have looked like if we’d decided not to elope. I think a lot of the details below would have definitely ended up making the list especially the burlap runners and family style eating. I mean how fun would it be to attend a wedding like Ros and Blake’s?







Stay tuned for a bit more of their incredible wedding coming up next…

Photography by Bradley Patrick/SugarLove Weddings


Comments (10)

chris | Reply

O M G – suchh a beautiful wedding!! love the color palettes and the details. soo beautiful! any idea where she got those watercolor programs? that necklace? or those flower seating cards

eliza | Reply

love the details of this wedding too! my fiance and i too are seriously thinking about eloping. we are having a hard time deciding the details. can i ask? where did you elope??


emily | Reply

Hey Eliza! We actually ended up eloping to Serenbe(the beautiful location where the couple from yesterdays wedding got married). We called the owners and asked if we stayed the weekend at the inn if we could get married on the grounds. They were cool with it as long as we kept the amount of people under 5 which we did(photographer, pastor, brother, and us). We threw a big, backyard party a couple months later to celebrate with out family and friends.

Emily | Reply

Love the watercolor programs! Where did they come from. I would love to see more pictures of them!

emily | Reply

Hey Emily! I’m not quite sure, but I will try to find out.

eliza | Reply

Wow! That’s so close to what we were thinking also. Everyone thinks I’m insane because all I do is obsess over the wedding blogs but i don’t want a “normal” wedding (at least according to my friends/family). Love how you did it.

thanks again Emily!

The Perfect Palette | Reply

we absolutely love this wedding. how incredibly charming.

Holly | Reply

Where did she get that dress? I love it!

Ros | Reply

Hi all,

My very very talented and dedicated maid of honour is a graphic designer and designed the programs, menus, invitations, all the stationary. We sourced images from James Welling’s Flowers book (hope that’s not an infringement of copyright!)…

The flower seating cards I hand wrote, and the tissue paper pom poms are a la Martha Stewart. I had my mum and mum-in-law fluffing them up for hours the night before the weddding.

As for the dress, it was made for me by a very skillful local dressmaker in Sydney, who put up with hours of me um-ing and ah0ing in the mirror as I agonized over every seam..!