Last weekend I attended a wedding. Without a doubt, my favourite part is always watching the happy couple profess their love for one another, closely followed by the food and (surprise!) looking fancy. I absolutely adore formal occasions, and this was no exception. Some people find dressing up arduous, whereas I find it invigorating. The evening was very special and the couple appeared incredibly happy. I was very happy on the dance floor with some champagne.
I opted for a cobalt blue dress from Forever New, which I was hoping would make my tan pop. Accompanying the dress is my sister’s perfectly matching bag, and clearly I was overjoyed by how well this outfit was coordinated.
There’s really nothing like a wedding to get you thinking about your own one. Last weekend I had the honour of attending my beautiful cousin’s wedding to her lovely partner. The ceremony took place at the stunning botanical gardens in Melbourne with a picturesque backdrop and an accommodating, clear blue sky. Despite the day’s high temperature (and the drops of sweat making their way down my spine), all of the guests were in awe of the radiating couple who were so obviously in love that I almost acquired a headache, though that might have been just the overexposure of sunlight. As I was listening to the couple’s words that were soaked with such mushiness that it can only be tolerated at a wedding, I began thinking about how I would plan my own wedding if I ever decided to get married. And then the relentless aching in my feet made me wonder if wearing high heels had any other significant purpose other than to appear more attractive to the opposite sex and debated if the positives could override the searing pain and discomfort. By the third hour I was highly doubtful.
The ceremony concluded and we went to the reception a few hours later. The reception was held at the scenic Sandringham Yacht Club which offered a fantastic view of the sunset and a particularly elegant function room. Three delicious courses and several mushy words later, we discovered the location of a fun-filled photo booth and spent the rest of the night dancing and having a fabulous time.
The dress I wore is based on a design that I loved for ages, so I decided to get it made in Vietnam when I was there over a year ago. Considering it is a relatively formal dress, I hadn’t found an opportunity to wear it until this occasion. Needless to say I was extremely excited to wear it, although it was sweltering hot at times.
Dress- Made in Vietnam Shoes- Guess Bag- Vintage Earrings- ? Necklace- Swarovski
It was one of the loveliest weddings I have experienced, and I wish the happy couple all the best!