44 min

#11 A Moody Candlelit Wedding At Old Melbourne Gaol With Molly & Malcolm The Feel Good Wedding Podcast by Polka Dot Wedding

    • Relationships

Weddings are a celebration of love. It only seems fair that couples get to decide how it’s done! For Molly and Malcolm, they had a “no compromises” kind of mindset when it came to wedding planning. 
From the ceremony, venue, music, down to the attire, Molly and Malcolm’s wedding was 100% their own. In this chat, they shared all the intimate details of their nuptials and how their chosen vendors fulfilled their vision of a dramatic and moody wedding.


In this chat we discuss:
·       How Molly and Malcolm first met
·       Molly and Malcolm's engagement story
·       Deciding on a wedding theme
·       How they booked the Old Melbourne Jail
·       Their special ceremony that made everyone cry
·       Unique music arrangements and party favours
·       Finding and trusting your vendors
·       Communication while wedding planning


As a self-proclaimed quirky couple, Molly and Malcolm knew their day would be nothing like the usual cookie-cutter weddings. Instead of doing things for tradition’s sake, they were intentional about each aspect. Since they were funding their wedding themselves, there was no pressure to conform to other people’s standards. 



Links & Vendors Mentioned:
Molly & Malcolm’s Moody Candlelit Wedding At Old Melbourne Gaol
Showtime Event Group
Botanics of Melbourne
d’Italia
Review
Georgia Verrells Photography
Dave Le Page Photography
Bagpipes by Robert Crozier
Torte by Mirjana
Suzi Zutic 


Find  Molly & Malcolm: 
On Instagram
Molly @molly_jean_
Malcolm @cassingles

Find Dorothy & the Polka Dot Wedding team:
On Instagram: @polkadotwedding
On the website: polkadotwedding.com
For full transcript and show notes visit: polkadotwedding.com/podcast

Wedding pro? Join our membership here.


The Polka Dot Wedding team is honoured to conduct our work on the land of the BoonWurrung, WoiWorung, Eora and Kuring-gai people. We honour the traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders custodians of the land and pay our respects to Elders past & present.

Weddings are a celebration of love. It only seems fair that couples get to decide how it’s done! For Molly and Malcolm, they had a “no compromises” kind of mindset when it came to wedding planning. 
From the ceremony, venue, music, down to the attire, Molly and Malcolm’s wedding was 100% their own. In this chat, they shared all the intimate details of their nuptials and how their chosen vendors fulfilled their vision of a dramatic and moody wedding.


In this chat we discuss:
·       How Molly and Malcolm first met
·       Molly and Malcolm's engagement story
·       Deciding on a wedding theme
·       How they booked the Old Melbourne Jail
·       Their special ceremony that made everyone cry
·       Unique music arrangements and party favours
·       Finding and trusting your vendors
·       Communication while wedding planning


As a self-proclaimed quirky couple, Molly and Malcolm knew their day would be nothing like the usual cookie-cutter weddings. Instead of doing things for tradition’s sake, they were intentional about each aspect. Since they were funding their wedding themselves, there was no pressure to conform to other people’s standards. 



Links & Vendors Mentioned:
Molly & Malcolm’s Moody Candlelit Wedding At Old Melbourne Gaol
Showtime Event Group
Botanics of Melbourne
d’Italia
Review
Georgia Verrells Photography
Dave Le Page Photography
Bagpipes by Robert Crozier
Torte by Mirjana
Suzi Zutic 


Find  Molly & Malcolm: 
On Instagram
Molly @molly_jean_
Malcolm @cassingles

Find Dorothy & the Polka Dot Wedding team:
On Instagram: @polkadotwedding
On the website: polkadotwedding.com
For full transcript and show notes visit: polkadotwedding.com/podcast

Wedding pro? Join our membership here.


The Polka Dot Wedding team is honoured to conduct our work on the land of the BoonWurrung, WoiWorung, Eora and Kuring-gai people. We honour the traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders custodians of the land and pay our respects to Elders past & present.

44 min