Glasshaus, a working nursery in the Melbourne suburb of Cremorne, was the ideal location for Brit and Dylan who wanted to keep their nuptials “contemporary and unfussy”.
“It was the first and only place we visited and it fit the bill: a bit quirky, not too formal, and wouldn’t need a whole lot of extra decoration. As a working nursery, it is a bit rough around the edges, just like us,” the couple share.
Motta Weddings had a field day capturing the happy couple and their guests in the airy, light-filled space. Brit and Dylan liken photographer Alex’s MO to that of a ninja, advising, “If you don’t want lots of posed shots, Alex is your man!”
Brit’s delicate lace gown with its split skirt, scalloped neckline and three quarter sleeves from Lover the Label fit her brief – “an elegant dress that would reflect the significance of the day, but that wouldn’t look out of place in a casual setting.” With Dylan sporting a blue mohair blend suit by Oscar Hunt this couple looked suitably stylish yet relaxed and ready to party.
“We wanted it to feel more like a modern party than a performance. There was no first dance, no bouquet toss, or anything involving a garter, and no groomsmen or bridesmaids… Very early on we made the decision to strip it right back to the bare elements – a meaningful ceremony, eating, drinking, good music, good friends, good times.” Hear hear!