Stampin’ UP! Weddings on the Beach, Queenscliff Yacht Club

What a privilege to spend the weekend with this lovely couple celebrating their wedding.  Stampin’ UP! hearts lined the aisle for the bride and her brother who walked her towards her Sweetheart, who stood ‘neath the Jolly Roger flag, also adorned with more Stampin’ UP! hearts.  A pirate with a parrot and a cannon, marked the “kiss the bride” moment with a blast.

The dining tables set jauntily within the Maritime Museum, where fish and chips were the order of the day served in boxes decorated with Stampin’ UP! Stamps, and cutlery nestled in brown paper adorned with more Stampin’ UP! punched hearts.

Maritime Museum to the right of the room

The centrepiece was a “cheesecake” – no, not a cheesecake! A cake made from four rounds of cheese. This was cut and distributed after dinner to the delighted guests.

This was a wedding with a difference.  All of the elements came together beautifully and I am so pleased to have been the Stampin’ UP! demonstrator who introduced Stampin’ UP! to the bride. The Heart FramelitsDSC03837.JPG couldn’t have been put to better use..

Jolly Roger and bunting (1)

Fabulous weekend spent with a delightful couple. I wish them every happiness.

 

 

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