Saying “yes” is where it starts. Next, you need to find somewhere to say “I do.” Only then can you let people know, because the invitation sets the tone of what is to follow. This calls for imagination, creativity and flawless execution: what you send out will be displayed on your guests’ mantelpieces for several weeks before the day, so it needs to look amazing.
Cue the creative genius of Nadia Suzanna™, whose talent and skill for creating an impact with handcrafted sparkling wedding stationery is legendary. The Nadia Suzanna™ fine paper collection includes classic calligraphy, modern illustration styles, and delicate botanical watercolors that actually deserve to be framed. Based on the wishes and whimsy of her clients, Nadia arranges Swarovski crystals to create magical and artistic floral designs that guests will treasure as keepsakes long after the event. Casey, her latest black-and-white graphic collection, features a delicate baby’s breath floral design and coral envelope; Lauren combines fern leaves with stunning oval Navette crystals in a gray and silver palate and a charcoal shimmer envelope.
Fast-forward to the wedding day and we have just one thing to say: lighting is your best friend. The right levels of light will delight your photographer, flatter your guests, and create a beautiful air of romance. This is best achieved using a well-thought-out combination of elements ranging from twinkling light strands and table candles to uplighters and lanterns, but to make a statement, create a luxurious focal point using a chandelier.
Chandeliers To Die For is Australia’s number one distributor of exquisite exemplars of the art of lighting. The Sydney-based business’s stunning antique, vintage and contemporary centerpieces include the Swarovski crystal-embellished Strass Collection. Whether your décor is traditional or modern, the intricate Rococo, Marie Terese, Empire, French classical and provincial chandeliers will create a dreamy opulence that elevates and illuminates the room like no other lighting fixture.