What a special wedding for Reuben and Hannah. They met 'unseen' before the wedding to say a special prayer, they had shared gifts and letters for each other to open, Reuben had written a poem. We where just amazed by the depth of their love and thoughts on marriage at such a young age.
"In god the author of our faith, love, hope and dreams who will fulfill them all just as he brought about this scene. Thank you Hannah for being my best friend on this adventure. My last promise to you is I will love you forever".
"Jade, I adore you and love you more as each day passes. I promise to always give you the best of myself and to ask of you no more than you can give. I always share with you my innermost feelings.....secrets......and dreams.
Brides are getting smarter! The one great thing about working in the wedding industry is the metamorphosis of planning your wedding venue. Long gone are the traditional wedding reception held in a hotel conference room with its up lights and white linen table cloths with white chair covers with a matching ribbon to your bridesmaid dresses. Thankfully we are seeing a huge move towards having your wedding reception in a community hall. Brides it is a blank canvas, where you can spend more money on the styling instead of the hire of the venue. Bring in your own caterers, have a burning fire pit for guests to mingle around, stay on the property. The Byron Bay wedding of Thomas and Jade was held on 400 acres at Midginbil Hill, which is an old working cattle farm with some amazing views with a country style barn. They brought in their caterer Francisco’s Table from Byron Bay. Finally your wedding day is so much more your creation when doing it this way and lets just say a lot cheaper too!
The circle of love, physically and literally was Josh and Stephanies' wedding at Belongil Beach. Such a wonderful ceremony where the chairs where placed in a circle giving everyone a closeness to the couple as they said their vows.
What appears in the same amount of photos as the bride and groom? Flowers. Stephanies' wedding flowers appeared in every single photo : ) Her wedding flowers where amazing from the head piece to bridesmaids. Byron Bay wedding 'Flowers on the Run' did an amazing job. They have many years of experience in providing fresh flowers which will last longer than your Uncle on the dance floor. They only buy flowers from the local Byron Bay growers where possible which gives you such a beautiful community feel too!
Life is a balance and Craig and Katrina have got it all worked out! Well not sure boys surfing 2 hours before the ceremony is hmmm! Not so balanced with the brides getting ready early at Fig Tree Byron Bay, but hey it has to be done.
Just love the peace and serenity of the bridal preparation house at the Byron Bay wedding venue Fig Tree Restaurant “The Diary” is nestled under the majestic fig tree with sweeping views out across Byron Bay and its big open plan living and master bedroom that allows the light to flow in, it provides the idylic location for you and your bridesmaids to get ready. There are three bedrooms with ensuites for your bridesmaids to stay the night before the wedding too : )
‘I love you’ said for the first time to the one he marries…The wedding of Rafael and Sasha, from two different parts of the world with the same beautiful values.
A wedding destination - Mavises Kitchen spans over 25 acres with the stark back drop of Mr Warning. The subtropical paradise, is a perfect setting for your wedding day. The beautiful old Queenslander that houses the Kitchen creating innovative meals is where your wedding reception is held. The convenience of the various types of accommodation available for your wedding guests in the Farmhouse and Cabins which makes your wedding at Mavises Kitchen a weekend event, providing the family a barbeque the night before or a post-wedding buffet breakfast the morning after. Peter and Charlie create style, warmth and a welcome that makes Mavis's such a special wedding venue destination. Did I mention helicopter landing pad : )
It's those little glances, the sweet smiles, quiver in your voice and the moment that you hold your future husbands hands that are captured in time. I just love the little looks that Tom and Kasey gave to each other throughout their wedding ceremony, a bit shy, a little nerves and just a deep love and respect for each other, so beautiful.
- venue | fig tree restaurant
At 7:30 each morning the garden is harvested for the ever-changing menu. Che and his team of chefs take great care in creating innovative, cleverly designed menus, showcasing ingredients from the Fig Trees’ award winning garden and the very best regional produce. Tom and Kaseys' wedding was not exception, with their wedding feast the dinner was served beneath the stars, long tables dressed with candles, fresh flowers and beautiful china. The lighthouse constantly making its presence as it warns the sailors and gives the guests a reminder that they are in at Wedding in Byron Bay.