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Clear skies might be the one thing all couples hope for on their wedding day, but rain certainly didn’t dampen any of the celebrations for Melbourne’s Sarah and Phil who were wed in the winter of 2012.Sarah and PhilThe wedding ceremony was held at ultra modern Red Scooter with the reception following at the elegant and grand Quat Quatta historic Victorian mansion at Ripponlea.Sarah and Phil, detailsSarah and Phil, bridal partiesSarah looked amazing in a gown from Eternal Weddings, brooch decorated shoes by Tony Bianco and a gorgeous hair comb courtesy of Jeanette Maree. Her two bridesmaids wore latte dresses from the Young Designers Gallery and carried ivory and powder pink rose bouquets. All flowers, including Sarah’s classic white rose bouquet were created by Kate Hill Flowers.Sarah and PhilSarah and Phil with their familiesSarah and PhilSarah and PhilSave the date cards, wedding invitations, RSVP and wishing well cards, as well as place cards for the reception, were created in the Snowflake design for Sarah and Phil’s wedding.Sarah and Phil Snowflake Wedding StationeryMany thanks to Sarah and Phil for allowing us to share their special day.

All photographs courtesy Serendipity Photography.



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Cara and Luke were married on 28th April 2012, before family and friends at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Sydney. The ceremony included the amazing talent of harpist Karen Hickmott from Wedded to the Harp.Cara and LukeThe elegant Tiffany Blue theme was carried off beautifully, starting with the invitations, the bridesmaid and flowergirl gowns, right through to the reception decor. Cara’s very talented mum added finishing touches, decorating the church pews with tulle and ribbon, adding a splash of blue to the baskets holding the service booklets we created for the ceremony, right through to decorating the birdcage wishing well at the reception.

The boys were dressed by Spurling and Luke presented his groomsmen with personalised cufflinks in honour of the day from Abby Engraving and Gifts. Each groomsman was provided a set that represented something unique about them.

Luke, being a plumber, cuffed his shirt with Hot & Cold; Steven, being a keen golfer, clubs; Andrew who loves playing soccer, soccer boots; the other Luke being a lover of the sport had footballs and finally John, who loves a punt on the races, had a horse and jockey on his cufflinks. A most thoughtful and practical gift for the groomsmen.
Cara and LukeCara and LukeCara and LukeCara wore a scooped neckline satin and organza DresSence Bridal gown and veil whilst the bridemaids were dressed by Briony Leigh Bridal. Completing the picture was Living Beauty Makeup Artistry .

The pretty flowergirls were dressed by Little Miss Lacey, with mum fulfilling theme once again, adding the gorgeous waist bands and decorative hair pins.

Bouquets and button holes provided by Panania Florist.

Cara also spoiled her lucky bridesmaids with a bracelet from Tiffany & Co., a Mini Dior perfume and earrings to wear on the day. The flowergirls and junior bridesmaid received a personalised necklace from My Name Necklace.Cara and LukeCara and LukeAmongst the elegance and formality of the event, it is evident that this couple know how to throw a party! The jumping bridesmaids, face pulling, photobooth fun through to the BIG shoe crush, suggest that this wedding was full of merriment and laughter.

Cara’s amazing ‘bling bling’ shoes came from Bombshell.Cara and LukeCara and LukeCara and LukeCara and LukeThe reception was held at Summer Salt Restaurant on Elouera Beach. Table decor was supplied by Wedding Art, while Whimsical Cakehouse made the cake, complete with personalised figurines of Cara and Luke, their cat ‘Obie’ and Tiffany Blue trims.

Cara’s brother Tim McCormack and Matt Green entertained their guests with live music upon arrival and Paparazzi Studios made it possible for guests to leave video messages and photo strips for the newly-weds throughout the night.
Cara and LukeCara and LukeWe were entrusted with the task of stationery in the Touch of Blue design, which included invitations, reply and wishing well cards, full service booklets for the ceremony, an A3 seating chart at the reception, personalised menus and personalised Lindt chocolates for the reception tables, both including guest names and messages from the bride and groom.Cara and LukeCara and LukeCara and LukeWe sincerely congratulate Cara & Luke on their marriage and thank them for allowing us to feature their beautiful themed wedding.

Photographs (excluding blacktiewddinginvitations.com.au copyright), courtesy of Darlene Andrews Photography.

All stationery by Black Tie Wedding Invitations.



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Using the Pretty invitation for inspiration, Xanthi’s Cake Designs created a beautifully simple cake to match, for Olivia’s first holy communion.

Olivia's First Holy Communion

As well as the invitation, we also created beautiful chocolate filled personalised, bomboniere boxes and thank you cards.

Olivia at her First Holy Communion

Congratulations Olivia on this very important occasion and thanks for sharing your special day with us.

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Cake by Xanthi’s Cake Designs | Olivia’s raw silk gown by Bonita Couture | All stationery by Black Tie Wedding Invitations.


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With four bridesmaids, four groomsmen, a flower girl and page boy at their side, Jeruisha and Dean were married in the historic, sandstone St Mary’s church in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs on January 21st, 2012. Following the ceremony, the couple celebrated with family and friends at the Plaza Ballroom in the heart of the city.
The Wedding InvitationsWith Jeruisha’s input, we were delighted to introduce a custom design which included square sleeve, lace adorned invitations finished with faux pearl centre surrounded by a dual layer of sparkling diamantes. Also supplied were rsvp, wishing well and direction cards, service book covers, thank you cards and personalised favour boxes finished with bomboniere tags.
DeanThe GroomsmenDean wore a tailored Hugo Boss suit, whilst the groomsmen were dressed by Andre J Menswear.

Jeruisha’s stunning gown was designed by Amber Taralaikov and complimented with Alishta Accessories. The bridesmaids were dressed by Cocktail Boutique. Jeruisha with her family and bridesmaidsJeruishaJeruishaJeruisha with family and bridesmaidsArriving at the ChurchThe CeremonyService BookletCars supplied by Bentley Limos. The white rose bouquets and reception flowers were by Balwyn Events. Jeruisha and DeanThe Bridal PartyString Quartet Plus performed the music at the church, whilst Jerson Trinidad and his band, as well as Next Generation entertained their guests at the reception.

Jeruisha had a family friend create their pretty five tier wedding cake.The First Dance, cake and personalised favour boxesJeruisha and DeanWe would like to thank Jeruisha and Dean for sharing their beautiful wedding with us. Congratulations and may wonderful days such as this, be plentiful for you both in your future together.
All stationery by Black Tie Wedding Invtitations.
Photographs courtesy of Eye Deal Photography.



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31st of March 2012 was the date and the glorious Sails on the Bay, overlooking Port Phillip Bay was the venue for Alice and Christopher’s beautiful black and white themed wedding.

We were honoured to create their wedding stationery, which included invitations, reply and directions cards, service booklets, menus, seating chart and guest book, all in the elegant Jewel design with custom black satin ribbon. The ribbon and round diamante buckle featured heavily on the stationery, favours and wedding cake, achieving a sophisticated, elegant and seamless theme.

The beautiful images Alice and Christopher have shared, were captured by the talents of Tania Savage Photography.Personalised Favour Boxes, Alice & ChristopherWe created these pretty persanalised boxes to act as both a wedding favour and place setting for their guests.Wedding shoes, bouquet and ringsAlice’s pretty crystal adorned shoes came from Alan Pinkus, and the stunning rose bouquets were designed by Debbie O’neill. Her beautiful wedding and engagement rings are Australian Diamond Company designs.

Responsible for the girls’ hair styling and makeup on the day was friend and hairdresser Tash Freeman from Reel Hairdressing in Ringwood.Alice stepping out of the carBoth the ceremony and the reception were held at the same venue overlooking Elwood beach. The bride, groom and groomsmen were dressed by Ferrari Formal & Bridal, and the classic black bridesmaid gowns were from Myer.The ceremonyThe service booklet we created for the ceremony was similarly decorated with black satin bow through large diamante buckle, and included the beautiful inscription “To the world you are one person, but to one person you are the world”, which so summarises the genuine and deep union shared by these two individuals.The wedding ceremony service bookletAlice, the ringsThe catering talents of Sails on the Bay did not stop with the fabulous meal. They also created the striking wedding cake which featured chocolate mud top and bottom tiers, with white chocolate and raspberry centre, and was adorned with the same black satin ribbon and diamante centred bow used on the invitations.

The talented mother-of-the-bride made the gorgeous little two tone dress for Alice’s little niece, Charlotte.The flowergirl dress, the wedding cake and the gorgeous flowergirl and mumThe newly weds and flowergirlsFamily and guestsMonogram and guest bookAlso featuring the satin ribbon and diamante buckle, the guest book gave everyone an opportunity to jot down their thoughts and well wishes, acting as a lovely keepsake for Alice and Christopher. With almost 100 guests, the seating chart was a valuable and classy addition to the room.Guest seating chartCutting the cakeAliceThe delicious three course meal and wine selection was elegantly presented in our sleek, tall menus which also featured the satin bow and buckle on the cover.Dinner menusAlice and familyChris and familyAt the receptionAlice’s brother-in-law, Travis performed the MC duties, with fantastic results. Melbourne based DJ Masters provided the music.

In their effort to attend to every detail, Alice and Christopher also underwent dance lessons with Meredith Walsh from A Signature Wedding Dance who taught them the foxtrot and waltz. Spins and dips were incorporated into thier custom dance performed to That’s the way I feel by Lionel Richie.Photobooth picturesAnd last but certainly not least, they hired Boothalicious to set up a photo booth to capture the fun moments of their reception. Here is a fabulous short video they created. I’m sure you’ll agree it is FUN FUN FUN and a wonderful addition or alternative to the traditional wedding video!

The wedding stationeryAll stationery supplied by Black Tie Wedding Invitations.

Following their wonderful wedding day, the couple relaxed on their honeymoon, venturing to Phuket’s Karon Beach Resort, a trip arranged by their travel consultant, Claire Phillips.

We sincerely thank Alice & Christopher for inviting Black Tie Wedding Invitations to be part of their wedding, and wish them a wonderful and long future together.

All photographic images courtesy Tania Savage Photography, (excluding photo booth and stationery collage which were supplied by Boothalicious and Black Tie Wedding Invitations respectively).



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