After being introduced through mutual friends, Breeanna and Drew's love has continued to grow. On a sunny October day last year they declared that they would love one another forever, in a vintage-inspired wedding which suited their timeless love.
The intricate embellishments on Breeanna’s wedding dress inspired the vintage look for the wedding. Complemented by soft curls and a headpiece adorned with beads and sequins, her dress was the centre of attention and gave the classic vintage look a modern update.
Pops of red brightened up the wedding, with the bride’s bold red lip and the bridesmaids’ sequined red dresses. Red roses from Wallingford Flowers added romance and drama to the reception tables, and the bridal and bridesmaids’ bouquets.
Using local suppliers saved Breeanna from making the long trip to Melbourne and from unnecessary stress in the lead-up to the wedding. “I was so thankful I didn’t have to trip back and forth to Melbourne … it meant I had more time to add to the little details,” she said.
Walking down the aisle was an emotional moment that Breeanna will treasure forever. “The most memorable part of the day was hearing our song playing and walking down the aisle with my dad to Drew,” she said. “I could see so much emotion in his face.”
Opting out of the traditional guestbook set-up, Breeanna and Drew decided to give it a contemporary twist instead. The result was a picture frame filled with wooden love-hearts that guests could write their names on, allowing every guest to be recognised and the bride and groom to keep a beautiful memento of their special day.
Bride's parents: Laurence and Debbie Hicks
Groom's parents: Christopher and Gill Jorgensen
Service: Perricoota Station, Moama
Reception: The Mill, Echuca
Photographer: Lisa Nardella Photography
Bride's dress: Brides and Maids, Shepparton
Bridesmaids' dresses: Duchess Boutique, Brunswick
Suits: Identity Menswear, Shepparton
Flowers: Wallingford Flowers, Echuca
Cake: Oh! Sugar Sugar, Shepparton
Hair: Gloss Hair and Beauty Boutique, Shepparton
Make-up: Le’Dee Makeover, Shepparton