Archive for 'Wedding'

Posted on 30 Dec, 2016
Posted in Wedding

It always surprises me in how many of my friends and family members do not really know  in what we do at CD Weddings all year round. Some think that when winter has arrived there are no more weddings to do for us and we are all bored. A weddings takes hundreds of hours to create, brainstorming, searching for the right products, visiting all suppliers – the list goes on.

So I have compiled a little document with detailed explanation in what we here at Cathrin D’Entremont Weddings offer. I hope this will help in understanding.

Click on the below link for the full file…

What we offer

Posted on 29 Nov, 2016
Posted in Wedding

These two meant to be together forever! A fairy tale in the making with both parents houses only steps away from each other. Their career path crossed for the first time in an operating theatre and that’s where their story began…Both had very similar upbringings. Meg’s father being a Cray fisherman, a lot of her youth revolved around the ocean and Franc grew up on an island in the Caribbean Sea.

Their work leaves very little time for anything else, never mind organizing a wedding, so I was delighted to be asked to design and plan their wedding. They both wanted to hold the ceremony at his parents’ home and then have the guests just walk a few houses down to hold the reception at her parents’ home.

Meg and Franc love soft pink colours and with Franc’s Mum being a watercolour artist she started immediately on the invitation design. They turned out to be amazing! The ceremony was set-up by the pool in the backyard immediately to be followed by champagne toasts. The guests made their way to the reception following a bag pipers music, who is a family friend.

Meg and Franc wanted a family feast style dinner with one plate being crayfish supplied by Meg’s Dad. Signature cocktails throughout the night and a caricaturist entertaining the guests. Jess, Meg’s long time friend and bridesmaid made the 3 tier naked cake. I can personally vouch that it tasted amazing.

Photography by Feather and Stone Photography

Beautiful watercolour invitation made by the grooms Mum

This watercolour invitation suite was created by the mother of the groom.

Tanya Anic beautiful wedding dress

Flowergirls helping the bride to get dressed

Brides bouquet in soft pinks

Bride is helping one flower girl with her flower crown

Flower crown for the flower girls

Potplants with a ceremony sign


Bride is holding bouquet while walking by the river

Bride walking down the aisle with her father through the draping

Ceremony flower arch by the pool

Couple holding hands during the ceremony

Ring bearer holding sign:"Here comes the bride".

Wedding couple walking in a park in Perth

Flowers on a lattice used as a backdrop for the bar

Cocktail bar at a wedding

Couple kissing while walking on a path in a park in PerthBlue gate at a beautiful Tuscan House in Perth

Easel for wedding

Couple kissing

Ring Bearer

Bride with Bridesmaid who is wearing a coral dress

Bar tables decorated with flowers around the table cloth

Dinner table with tall floral arrangement styled by Cathrin D'Entremont Weddings

Dinner table with overflowing table overlay styled by Cathrin D'Entremont Weddings Perth Western Australia

Wedding menu with watercolour in soft pinks

2 Porter Chairs

Beautiful bride

Naked wedding cake with soft pink roses

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Posted on 23 Feb, 2016
Posted in Wedding

Through cultural traditions Kitty and Ku will have 3 weddings to attend. One in Kitty’s home country Pakistan, one in Ku’s home country Malaysia and one in Perth with their close family, friends and work colleagues. With both being doctors their life leaves little time for anything else, never mind planning a wedding for 150 guests.

When Kitty came to see me she told me that the wedding in Perth should reflect them and should be very personal. She did not want any traditional customs incorporated.

Her favourite colour happened to be the Pantone colour of the year 2015 – Marsala. I added a few dashes of blue with the candles.

I suggested finding a venue where we can have the ceremony, pre-dinner drinks and reception at one place and Lamonts Bishops House was the perfect place.

Kitty flew many times to Pakistan to have the brass charger plates designed, sourcing the table linen and napkins under my guidance. The charger plates were later given to the guests as a gift. She also purchased the fabric for her wedding gown and found a designer in Melbourne who was happy to design her wedding gown.

The lantern above the tables and the up lights by the trees where just beautiful and gave the right ambiance.

Stationery is a very big part of a wedding and can also act as part of the décor. The seating chart had to be large as some of the names were quite long. With 3 very long tables we had to opt for a landscape seating chart.

The napkin ring was also the seating card which together with the napkin set off so perfectly on the charger plate.

It all came together in harmony beautifully and with such a talented team behind me who made it all happen.

Photo credit: Feather and Stone Photography


Posted on 03 Feb, 2016
Posted in Wedding

It was a lot of fun working with Jenna and Jo. Jenna knew exactly in what she wanted and it all fell into place. Simplicity and elegance and a fun filled day with their photographer Dave. I wish them both well in their upcoming journey together as husband and wife. Photographer: Dave and Charlotte Photographers