Emma Kulbacki & Matthew Kullbacki 's Wedding Story
The first time we turned the corner to drive down the winding road to Kingscote Barn I instantly knew it was where I wanted to get married. We chose a vintage theme which Becci from Bijoux floral helped bring to life with our stunning bouquets, buttonholes & centrepieces made up of a range of spring blooms.
The morning of the wedding was perfect, the sun shone brightly over the Kingscote hills and I had so much fun getting ready with my girls. Maria Moon & Chris Fordham were the ultimate bridal glam squad and made us all feel like a million dollars.
My dress was from Lace & Grace Bridal Boutique and was designed by Paloma Blanca. I had seen my dress in the shop window and told my Mum I thought I had seen ‘the one’ so booked an appointment. I tried on about 5 other dresses before asking to try the one in the window and I had barely got it zipped up when I knew it was just what I wanted!! Lace and Grace made me a bespoke, blush veil to match and I wore my dream Manolo Blahnik shoes as my ‘something blue’.
When the time came to walk down the aisle, I was so excited to see Matt; I couldn’t wait to marry my best friend. We were both very emotional but as soon as we were able to hold hands it felt as though it was just us in the room and we enjoyed making our vows to one another; the most special moment of my life. Matt looked so handsome in his tweed suit from Suave Owl in keeping with the vintage theme.
As the day went on, the food from CleverChefs was phenomenal, the speeches were emotional, and the venue looked just as I had pictured in my head since being a little girl. Our first dance was to ‘The One’ by Kodaline and we were so glad to have family and friends join us on the dance floor afterwards to party into the night.
I had the day of my dreams, that I wish I could do all over again and I am so happy to finally be Mrs Kulbacki.