What began as a casual friendship when they were uni students, 9 years later, Jessica and Wen are marrying in front of their friends and family….
They say that when you meet the right person, you’ll know it in your heart. Because it’s not about how you feel about the person, it’s about how that person makes you feel about yourself….
One of the most defining moments at a wedding is the look on the groom’s face when he sees his bride in her wedding dress for the first time as she walks down the isle at Curzon Hall Lady Mary’s Pavilion. The look on Daniel’s face says it all. When you are loved, happiness follows like a simple equation.
Most Sydney weddings have the Sydney opera house in its background, but Theresa and Chris decided to have their wedding ceremony in it instead. In the Utzon room at the Sydney opera house, the two said their vows and became husband and wife in the presence of all their loved ones in a ceremony beautifully presented by Robyn Pattison….
Even before the rise of popular British period dramas, weddings on country grounds and estates have always been a popular one. Firstly, as city dwellers, its the best excuse to get away from the hustle and bustle. Secondly, there nothing more romantic than a backdrop that could come out of a Jane Austen novel….
They say that love knows no boundaries, and sometimes we think that Sydney is the perfect place to witness this. With Sydney’s multicultural nature, we often have the pleasure of seeing couples from different backgrounds and cultures coming together. It is a giant melting pot of romance and love….
Is there anything more exciting than an Indian wedding? Colourful and beautiful in all it’s intricacies, it’s always such a celebration. We’re grateful to be able to share this special day with Laven and Yuly as we enjoyed a colourful traditional Hindu ceremony at the Thang Ngo Sri Murugan Hindu Temple and the reception at Le Montage.
The story of Keira and Philip can be told in many ways. One about love at first sight…one about childhood sweethearts…one about learning to grow in love as they grew up together. What we can agree is that their story is a beautiful one and like all beautiful stories, it deserves to be celebrated in a beautiful Loxley on Bellbird Hill Kurrajong Hills.
It is every girl’s dream to find herself in a fairytale ending, even if she doesn’t admit it. Where better to celebrate that fairytale story than in the midst of bright lights and ferris wheels? Of course a stunning view of the famous Sydney Harbour couldn’t hurt either. Yes you’ve guessed it right, I am talking about Sydney’s Luna Park….