Gionathan and Rhandi's wedding planning really started with the venue. Rhandi’s vision was inspired by her love for the country and a raw, rustic look combined with a bit of glam and sparkle. As soon as her mother suggested Pineridge Hollow, all of the pieces started to click together. With a six month engagement, her family started working on handmade projects, Rhandi picked all of the music, and traditional Italian touches were added in to reflect Gion’s heritage.
Handmade centrepieces were put together by Rhandi's family, including simple floral arrangements and lace-wrapped vases; a quiet décor scheme kept the tent looking too busy; colour-coded luggage tags served as the seating chart; during their first dance, Gion’s family surprised the newlyweds with a traditional Italian wedding song, dancing around the couple while wrapping them into a cocoon of crepe paper which they were left to break out of.