Releasing balloons at weddings is an increasingly popular idea these days. It is symbolic of a couple’s new journey together as husband and wife. As an end to their gorgeous harbour side ceremony at Pirrama Park Pyrmont, our beautiful couple, Linda and Darryl did just that.
Hand in hand, the couple tied the ends of their balloon ribbons together and released them into the sky.
If planned carefully, releasing balloons can be a brilliant photo and video worthy moment. Lucky for Linda and Darryl when they gave their wedding photographer from Clarzzique a heads up beforehand to capture this picturesque moment.
For a longer version of the couple’s wedding video, feel free to take a look at their feature highlights below.
With all the talk of new beginnings, a wedding signifies at least the end of one thing, it is the end of searching. For Linda and Darryl, their search ended 7 years ago when they reconnected at a party through a mutual friend. Little did they know that a kiss shared on the dance floor of a party, could lead to a wedding one day.
“I’ll do my best to be the husband you deserve” – Darryl
About Pirrama Park Pyrmont :
Pirrama Park Pyrmont is an area of 1.8 hectares of the port in Pyrmont, located west of the city. The perfect site includes grassland parks, broad avenues, playground, cafeteria, public toilets and beautiful places for barbecues and picnics. This park has a sheltered bay where visitors can have access to water and a floating pontoon can be used by private boats. Note that there is no ferry service from the park.
A spinner accessible playground will ensure fun had by all ages, with play equipment suitable for children with and without disabilities.
The sustainable features of the park include solar panels, capture and reuse of rainwater, energy saving lamps and wooden blankets made from recycled materials.
To reach the park by public transportation, take the bus 443. Pirrama Park Pyrmont is located at the end of Harris Street. Pirrama Park honoring the first Australian to stay in the area. It means “stone swinging” in Gadigal.