Real Weddings: Anjie & Angelo’s Elegantly Classic Wedding

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Real Weddings: Anjie & Angelo’s Elegantly Classic Wedding

Anjie and Angelo maintained an elegant and timeless wedding ceremony in the gorgeous 19th century Anglican church in St. Kilda, Australia. They observed joining the knot using a classy reception at a nearby resort.

The Details

Writer’s Name: Anjie
Groom’s Name: Angelo
Venue(s): Ceremony at All Saints Anglican Church St Kilda; Reception at The International of Brighton — Georgian Room
Bridal Gown Designer: Eternal Weddings Camberwell
Shoes: Jeanette Maree Jewellery
Jewellery: Enjoy on Jewellery
Makeup/Hair: Magical Makeovers
Florist: Kellee Flowers
Photographer: About Three Photography
Cake: Purity Cakes
Stationery: Adorn Invitations
Wedding Coordinator:
Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Daniela’s
Menswear: RDX Chadstone

The Story

white floral bouquet sitting on chair

bride getting lipstick on

bride holding wedding gown

fit and flare wedding gown on hanger

bride putting on earrings

bridesmaids helping bride get dressed

bridesmaids getting ready in ornate sitting room

bride fastening bracelet

bride showing off dangly earrings

bride holding white and pink bouquet

bride posing reflection in mirror

groom tucking in shirt

groom and groomsman hugging

groom in black suit posing against white door

Angelo and I met online in 2011! As it is now, at the moment, online dating was not as common. It happened, although I was not expecting to meet with anybody. Angelo and I totally hit it off, and it does not really matter where it is you happen to meet, as soon as the relationship is just there.

To celebrate our one year anniversary, he amazed me with a stay. He got down to one knee and proposed in the hotel room, 1 night. I am able to say it’s one of the most cherished moments of my entire life–it was intimate, real and charming.

I wanted something classic and traditional . I chose the one that I believed looked beautiful personally and of course embodied that atmosphere of sophistication I sought and tried on some.

When it came into the design I was searching for our marriage I just knew I needed something that was graceful and elegant. We picked the place as it was all I imagined and much more with our nearest and dearest for our wedding we all did for our day. As soon as we saw it, we knew it was the ideal match, and it was! We couldn’t look beyond it–we all felt so relaxed during the entire procedure, and the ceremony was second to none.

bride and father exiting from white limo

priest exiting church to greet bride and groom

black vintage sports car outside church

bronze bird in catholic church

formal catholic church

bride and groom at altar in grand catholic church

flower girl and bridesmaids holding flowers in church

bride and groom holding hands at altar

catholic wedding bride groom at altar

bride and groom exiting church

bride and groom exit church with confetti thrown

What were your favorite or most memorable elements of your wedding day?

Because they had been touching and meaningful my favorite moment from the day would definitely need to be the addresses given at the reception. In that moment, I felt joyful and so emotional .

bride posing in strapless gown with white bouquet

bride posing with bridesmaids in front of fountain

groomsmen in front of church

groom and groomsmen pose in front of fountain

groom posing with vintage black sports car

groom driving vintage black sports car

wedding party posing on stairs outside of church

bridal party posing outside of church

bridal party laughing strolling down street

bride and groom walking next to groomsmen on sidewalk

bride and groom kissing walking away from church

bride holding veil next to groom

bride and groom in front of church sun flare

bride and groom backs to camera turning heads

bride and groom holding hands and strolling

bride and groom pose on sidewalk under large tree

bride and groom standing in front of old building with lots of large windows

groom kissing bride on cheek

bride and groom in front of large glass doors and windows

bride and groom posing outside glass windows

bride and groom in front of white gate

bride and groom pose in front of black vintage car

bride and groom nuzzling in front of black sports car

bride and groom pose in front of vintage sports car

groom kissing bride in parking lot

bride and groom clinking glasses

groom holding bride's waist

bride and groom pose with champagne glasses

bride and groom posing arms around groom's neck

Is there anything   you would have done differently?

The 1 thing I’d have changed on the day could be to become ready in what shots I needed the photographer to catch, since the family photos did not go as I had planned in my thoughts.

chalkboard wedding welcome sign

outside of restaurant with urn sculpture

white stretch limo parked in front of restaurant

ballroom set up for elegant white and gray wedding reception

black label whiskey wedding centerpiece

round white three tier wedding cake with brown ribbon

white wedding cake with white flowers

bride and groom leaving bouquet in the air

platter of deli meat

bride and groom listening to speech

bride and groom cutting cake

bride and groom dancing foreheads touching

groom spinning bride on dance floor

father daughter dance

bride and groom dancing groom down on floor

Do you have any advice for prospective brides?

My advice to prospective brides would be to try and not worry details for it just won’t matter as much daily. Revel in it as much as, and all while and embrace, possible.

bride and groom sit in chair in dark empty ballroom


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