Love has a funny way of working out. Sometimes it works out on its own, sometimes it needs a little push from cupid. For Kae and Joseph that cupid was Joseph’s aunt. Even before they realised it for themselves, she knew that the couple would be right for each other. Years later, after setting them up for the second time, she would be proven right as Kae and Jo stand hand in hand in a beautiful garden ceremony at the Royal Botanic Gardens.
Under the helpful hands of the lovely people from Adorable Wedding Concepts and Tender Thoughts Florist, the rose garden was transformed into a wonderful ceremony that harnessed the spirit of summer. It was the perfect set to witness and celebrate the love Kae and Jo have for each other. With a cheerful celebrant, Robyn Pattison, who does a fantastic job recounting the couple’s story as if she’s been on their journey with them, the scene was complete.
Thanks to the couple’s Korean backgrounds, the Le Motion Team and the photographers from We are Origami, had the pleasure of capturing some interesting Korean wedding traditions. Guests arrived in traditional Hanboks that complemented the bright colours of summer flowers. It was a colourful day of all sorts especially when we moved along to the Korean tea ceremony in the pavilion behind the rose garden.
It was time to bring this party indoors and out of the summer heat as the bridal party arrived with style at Walsh Bay for their reception at the Sydney Dance Company. Soon the music was playing and it didn’t take long for guests of all ages to find their way to the dance floor to celebrate this special day with Joseph and Kae.
Marriage Celebrant: Robyn Pattison Marriage Celebrant
Wedding Photography: We are Origami Photography
Wedding Cinematography: Le Motion Wedding Films
Florist: Tender Thoughts Florist
Ceremony Decorations: Adorable Wedding Concepts
Ceremony: Royal Botanic Gardens
Reception: Sydney Dance Company Lounge