As it is the Fitzroy Town Hall is a beautiful venue for anything, especially a wedding. You could just throw some tables and chairs and people will still says it's exquisite.
Of course you can add some more thing, which is what Warren and Nic did. Well, Warren did. While Nic was off doing whatever it is a bride does on the morning of her wedding ( anyone know?) Warren and a team of friends and family were very busy.
I'm not sure if it comes out in the photos that Warren works and has a passion in hospitality. He managed everyone so well, plates were placed in the right spots, chairs at the right distance and cutlery was perfectly positioned. It reminded me of a professional stylist doing a set up, the man has skills.
Ok, it wasn't all Warren. So many of the bits and pieces used in the set up were done by Nic, and very well done too. Look at those table numbers with baby photos of the happy couple, every place setting had the year that the couple met the person, plus how about those flowers?
Everyone did amazing. It looked amazing. The atmosphere created was amazing. And yes I'm using the word amazing too many times but I don't care, it was all amazing.
And a list of the awesome people is...
Flowers: Maria Porta and Casey McKenzie
Desserts: Glenda Templer, Heather Thompson, Ros Pattison, Tamika Forsyth, Jane Warren, Shelley Franklin (TrufflePig) , Simon Fulton, Helen Punton, Kate Bowman, Anne Nguyen, Ed Ng & Sarah James
Chalkboards: Celeste Clancy
Bunting: Jenny Doolan, Cookie, Claire Burrows and Heather Thompson
Food: Jason (Convivial Foods)
Drinks: Aiden Raftery , Sam Bazeley , Pete Reiters
MC: Kristian Doolan
Guitar: Jono Doolan and Kristian Doolan
Kazoo: Alex Lockie, Richard Mason Simon Doolan, Dave Carrol
Set up: Estelle Munro-Clee, Stuart Munro, Peter Coxall, Trevor Thompson, Dave Carrol, Eve Carr, Jono Doolan, Liz Flannegan Kristian Doolan, Sam Bazeley Ed Ng
Hens Party: Jodie Antonoi and Casie Barrette
Memorokie: Lucy Jean & John Tummino
Dishpig: Lizzy Bull
Pack up: Family & whoever was still around when the music was turned off. Loved that anyone who could still walk, lent a hand. And even those that couldn’t, tried ;)