Alex and Ted have been together since they were 14-years-old and we think that’s pretty spesh. We also think their all-white dress code was something else. Just take a peep at these pics! Championing vendors that do what they do best the duo promise their prime word of advice is to leave the details in the hands of tried and tested creatives. For the lo-down on the vendors that made their day, including the legends at Photo Corner, you best get scrolling. Full Hearts captures are a true feast for the senses…

THE VENUE “We both wanted a venue that was intimate. We had always dreamed of having a wedding at a home. It was the first actual home we saw and we really connected with the owner at the time and we just knew it was perfect.”

THE VIBE “We always thought an all-white wedding would be so cool to do so we had all our guests wear white and most of the decorative pieces were white as well. The property itself was such a statement and nestled in a nature reserve so we chose a less is more approach. We mainly kept decorations to natural elements like florals and even food – yep we had an edible banana display.”

THE DRESS “The dress was a simple crepe silk spaghetti strap gown that was designed exclusively for the Desordré store by Alex Perry. I did have a certain shape and cut in mind and I was searching online, certain I’d find something there. However, my mother and I made an impromptu trip to Desordré and tried on this dress. I knew it was perfect and bought it on the spot!”

FAVOURITE DETAILS “My amazing mother in law styled the flowers. We went to the Sydney Flower Markets the day before and bought a bunch of greenery and white flowers. We came across these huge, fluffy pink dahlias and I instantly fell in love despite them falling out of our white theme! She told me, ‘who cares, do what you love. If you love them, they will work.’ So we had one pink bouquet amidst white and green flowers. I loved it, it was my favourite one.”

FAVOURITE MOMENT “When Ted and I were chatting about our dream wedding he said he’d love a mariachi band. So, I surprised him with a mariachi band! I had our photographers and some family members in on it to help Ted stay in one spot, which surprisingly was very difficult. At one stage he turned to me saying, “Alex something’s going on, you need to check!” We had the band start to play before they arrived onto the back deck so you could actually hear them before you saw them. Ted’s reaction was priceless and so were the guests. We ended up having an impromptu first dance and everyone joined in.”

A TOUCH OF TRADITION “My mother’s side is Indonesian and traditionally as part of cutting the cake you feed your elders a spoonful of cake as a way of respect. We didn’t really plan it but after we cut the cake mum jumped up to say we need to feed the parents! So there was just this quick scramble of Ted and I feeding mums, dads, aunts and uncles.”

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CONTRIBUTING VENDORS Photographer & Cinematographer Full Hearts Co Florist River Wolf XO Wedding Invites Bliss and Bone Venue All Decked Out Catering Seasoned Cake Kristen McQueen Photo Booth Photo Corner Signage Scratch & Bird Entertainment Mariachi Australia Celebrant Evoke Entertainment Rings Sarah Gardner Jewellery BRIDE Dress Alex Perry via Desordre Veil Tesutti Hairpiece Ulyana Aster Shoes Loeffler Randall Makeup Haus of Maud Makeup Bridesmaid Dresses Alice McCall GROOM Suit, Jacket, Shirt & Pants The Black Lapel Shoes Alden