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Jul
11

More Hello May! Goodness

Ok, so anyone that knows me, knows that I love me some Blue Wedding Shoes so I couldn't resist posting this fab wedding from the folk over at Hello May!

It has all the ingredients for a fabulous wedding, bunting, picnic plankets, lawn games, peonies, hand painted signs, home made favours and a super fun bride and groom!

Sonya and Brad tied the knot in the hinterlands at The Fig Tree Restaurant and Rooms, Byron Bay, Australia. Their day was filled mostly with smiles, laughter and a few happy tears. Sonya has also given some fabulous advice for any upcoming brides and grooms:

“Our advice, for couples planning now, is to welcome assistance from friends and family. My mother and sister put all the favour bags together; our friends and families helped us with all the setting up, and all worked to make our day as easy and smooth-sailing as it could be. Start with the big things–your venue and photographer, for example–and then just have fun filling in the blanks later. Your day will be great no matter the decorations, weather, or colour scheme. We really enjoyed the time we spent working together on such a big, creative project.”

Be sure to check out the full post and pictures here.

Happy days you two lovebirds! 

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