Jemimah made a run for it just before Matt popped the question – but for good reason! During a sunset hike up a cliff in Second Valley, he had challenged her to race to the top. “Not expecting such a competitive reaction I took off,” Jemimah laughs, “leaving a slightly nervous Fiancé-to-be calling out for me to come back!” When she finally heard his shouts, she turned to find him down on one knee a good 50 metres away holding a ring, with the sun setting behind him. Can we just savour that image for a moment?
Having studied Fashion Design, this babin’ bride knows her way around a sewing machine so she took it upon herself to design the dress she’d been dreaming of, “The design of the dress was a modern interpretation of the 1920’s drop-waisted dresses. Making the dress myself gave me the freedom to have the dress fit, look and be made in the fabrics I wanted. I also feel I saved someone the pain of dealing with me as a fussy bride!”
Scout Edwards of Whitewall Photography captured some stellar snaps of these sweethearts, and with festoon lights, bright blooms and a relaxed vibe, their open-air ceremony and reception at Adelaide’s Beaumont House was every bit the rustic-industrial affair they imagined.
Images Whitewall Photography | Bride's Shoes The Iconic | Bridesmaid's Dresses Keepsake the Label | Bridesmaid's Shoes The Iconic | Groom's Suit Jack London | Groom's Shoes Acquila | Rings Christopher Green | Ceremony Venue Beaumont House | Celebrant Rev. Andrew Klynsmith | Reception Venue Beaumont House | Catering Cindy’s Classic Gourmet | Stationery/Invitations Serrin Ainslie | Transport Adelaide Impressions | Stylist The Props Dept. | Cake Muratti | Greenery/Foliage EST - Emma Sadie Thomson | Wedding Favours EST - Emma Sadie Thomson | Prop/Furniture Hire The Props Dept. | Prop/Furniture Hire Adelaide Hire | DJ/Lighting/Sound Hire DJ - Shannon | Bar Service Steve the Bartender |