Because late is better then never. Some beautiful work from some fantastic Sydney wedding pro’s. Unfortunately it was a busy day, and we only managed to snap a couple of the many gorgeous stalls that were set up (just the ones next to us really 😦 ), but here’s what we got!
Little details inside Luna Park’s Crystal Palace:
An absolutely stunning display from Form Over Function:
Our little corner! Jess Pollard Duo entertained the crowd in the morning:
Stalls by Crumbs Cake Art and Tutti Frutti Lolly Buffets:
Krishna Jones set up in our area:
Beautiful stall by Willowlane Studios:
Divine Event’s incredible handiwork upstairs:
Fun day! Thanks to our friends at Luna Park Weddings for having us. X from the team at Funkified Entertainment
Legacy is a movie currently in production by Tee Pot Films, documenting the story of Ian Davis and Scott Sullivan’s diagnosis and subsequent life with Motor Neuron Disease. Motor Neuron Disease is a neurodegenerative condition with no known cause, no known cure or effective treatment, and a life expectancy of two to three years. Basically the bodies motor neurons are destroyed, resulting in an ultimate paralysis and then suffocation. So little is known about this terrifying disease, and Legacy intends to raise awareness and funds for research, as well as support for sufferers of MND and their families; whilst creating a ‘lasting legacy’ and voice for MND patients. In the words of Tee Pot Films, ‘Legacy is not a story about tragedy; this film is about the enduring human spirit in the face of the ultimate.’
As such, when they approached us to contribute The Usual Suspects to their fundraiser at the Woolhara Golf Course, we jumped at the chance to get behind this phenomenal cause. Here are a couple of our favourite snaps from the night:
We’re also very excited and proud to be able to say that Legacy has since been successfully funded. We’re looking forward to seeing the finished product, but in the meantime, you can view some teasers here http://teepotfilms.com/LEGACY-A-Ride-to-Conquer-Motor-Neuron-Disease. It’s going to be an amazing film!