Dalyce and Blake’s industrial wedding an unforgettable affair

Wedding: 23/11/2014

Posted by Roya | 24 June, 2020

Dalyce and Blake’s industrial wedding was everything they hoped and dreamed for, and guests continue to rave about it almost six years later.

“We got married on November, 23, 2014, and our wedding is still being admired. Our day was so stress free, beautiful and full of so much love and food,” smiles the bride.

The day kicked off with a traditional wedding ceremony followed by a magnificent charcuterie spread and drinks in the garden of venue Osteria Casuarina in NSW. Then, 125 guests were treated to a beautiful long-table reception complete with family-style shared plates to help break the ice and get everyone mingling.

“For our wedding, I wanted something romantic and beautiful, but I didn’t want the day to be overly formal and stuffy. I wanted everyone to eat well and have fun,” says Dalyce.

“Almost six years on, everyone still raves about how delicious the food was.”

Photos courtesy of Finch and Oak.

Dalyce and her bridesmaids did their own hair and makeup for the day.

Dalyce looked every bit the beautiful bride in her Mori Lee gown.

Blake popped the question while visiting Dalyce’s family in Canada.

“It was simple and sweet. He proposed on top of a mountain in my favourite place — Whitefish, Montana.”

“Our photos were easy and one of the best parts of the day,” says Dalyce about photographer Finch and Oak. “We just ate, drank, danced and hung out with our best friends while Paul took photos.”

Their unique hanging light chandelier featured 200 jars with tea lights hanging from the ceiling.

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Photos courtesy of Finch and Oak.