A romantic celebration

By Bride and Groom 16 June 2016

From the time Maddi came home to a room full of candles spelling out “Marry me” she knew that her marriage to Hayden would be a romantic celebration. Family and friends shared the glorious November day.

Maddi Flanagan and Hayden Key
November 8, 2014

ROSE PETALS: Dried rose and flower petals are a wonderful alternative to traditional confetti. Hand-made holders featuring the bride and groom’s names added a personal touch to the age-old tradition of showering newlyweds as they leave the ceremony.

FRESH FLOWERS: Abundant fresh flowers and greenery perfectly complemented the rustic hessian and neutral cream and grey tones chosen by Maddi and Hayden for their fun and relaxed wedding.

BROTHERS IN ARMS: Maddi wished to have her two older brothers involved on the day. They escorted her into the ceremony before her father walked her down the aisle to her awaiting groom.

MOMENTS TO CHERISH: “Being on the dance floor with my husband surrounded by friends and family who mean so much to us.” – Maddi. 
“Seeing Maddi come through the doors and walk down to me was an overwhelming feeling.” – Hayden.

KEEPSAKES: Individual menus tied with a sprig of lavender were placed at each setting and are a memorable keepsake for guests.

Bride’s parents: John and Michelle Flanagan

Groom’s parents: John and Sue Key 

Service and reception: Olivehouse Event and Function Venue, Kialla West, south of Shepparton 

Honeymoon: USA and Mexico 

Bride’s dress: Luci DiBella Bridal Couture, Armadale 

Make-up: The Beauty Lodge, Echuca

Photographer: Lisa Nardella Photography, Shepparton 

Bridesmaids’ dresses: Toni Flanagan 

Suits: Man to Man, Shepparton

Flowers: Bonnie Weidenbach Floristry, Murchison 

Cake: Sandra Dodd, Tatura 

Hair: Lady Red’s Hairdressing, Kyabram 

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