Duncan proposed to Countney at the Meredith Music Festival with a very coy “You wanna be my wife already?”. So it wasn’t surprising that these laid-back lovebirds bucked some of the normal traditions; such as Courtney’s amazing Tony Bianco shoes and her brides-man who wore a tie cut from the sash of one of the bridesmaids dresses and create a very cool industrial chic style wedding.
Courtney & Duncan were hitched in the machine room at the v. hip Euroa Butter Factory, a grand old building which has been transformed from an old butter & ice factory into a fabulous country retreat! It was all about good food and good wines and they ditched the wedding favours in favour of spending more on the feast – though Duncan isn’t so sure, “We called in heaps of favours..” He jokes.
Duncan, his groomsmen and Courtney’s brides-man were all dressed in Zenetti by Ferrari Formalwear & Bridal.
Photo’s courtesy of: Bri Hammond Photography
Duncan is wearing the Issimo ITH013 Orange long tie available in store or online at zenetti.com.au
Duncan’s suit is the ZJK030, a Zenetti Tailored Fit Pure Wool Blue two button lounge suit.
Courtney’s brides-man is also wearing the ZJK030 and has accompanied it with a tie cut from the sash of the bridesmaids gowns.
The old machine room at the Euroa Butter Factory was an unexpected find and a dream come true for this industrial chic wedding.
Courtney and Duncan’s style was quite simply, a starburst of colour – everything from the flowers by Foxglove Botanicals, the Gorman bridesmaids gowns and the pom-pom tissue paper structure hanging above the reception table. “It was a colour explosion!” Courtney tells us, “Which is definitely my kind of creative touch.”