Andrew and Emily’s love story has been unfolding since year 10, seemingly with all makings of the classic high school romance. Though, after years of constant teasing from friends, and Andrew falling in love at first sight, it wasn’t until the end of high school that their relationship blossomed into reality.

With limited traditional elements in their wedding, this Mornington wedding was full of fun, dancing, and was the ultimate laid-back celebration.

And with Emily, the owner and pastry chef at Rosemarie’s Cakes, as the bride, you already know the menu and cake were showstoppers.

The Vibe

Andrew and Emily didn’t want to get caught up in activities, nor did they want anything too traditional for their wedding. So, with dancing around and partying with their guests at the top of their list, the rest of their celebration fell into place.

Emily decided upon a neutral colour palette, which gave the venue a chance to shine, especially with the venue’s fairy lights Emily loved so much.

Minimal decorations were also the order of the day, as the couple didn’t want to take away from the features they loved about the venue. So, with a few flowers here and there, the venue was wedding-ready.

After months of lockdown, this wedding was the perfect opportunity for the newlyweds and guests to let loose, dance around and celebrate with loved ones.

Armed with a killer playlist, a saxophonist, and guests who were ready for a good time, this was definitely a wedding to remember.

The Menu

This wedding’s menu looked divine and probably tasted even better. The food menu had a delicious lineup of pizza, seafood, rice paper rolls, falafel balls, roast beef, and BBQ duck pancakes. All making for a very scrumptious feast, with all the fixings.

The drinks menu didn’t disappoint either, with a selection of wines, beers, apple cider, and, of course, the classic espresso martini. Catering to the drinking needs of every guest as they danced the night away.

Emily worked her pastry chef magic, creating a stunning wedding cake made with red velvet cake and a neutral buttercream palette. The wedding cake was finished off with some of the celebration’s decorative florals, also designed by this very talented bride.

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Photographer + Videographer: Lost in Art | Decorations: Total Laser Craft | Florals: Dandy Fresh Wholesale | Floral Styling: Emily Schonewille | Hire Items: Cloth and Confetti | Venue, Catering + Drinks: Commonfolk Coffee | Entertainment: Melbourne Entertainment Company | Wedding Gown: Made With Love Bridal | Bridesmaid’s Dresses: CHANCERY | Shoes: Betts | Suits: Mickey Blue Mornington | Rings: Chloe McColl Jewellery | Celebrant: Emma Tomlinson | Cake: Rosemarie’s Cake