Froggys Beach / Snapper Rocks
To say Tiffany and Jordan’s wedding was a celebration is an understatement! This wedding was a PARTY! Joined by guests from their “gym crew” they were ready to have fun from the start. Changing up tradition, the first glimpse the guests had of the bridal party was the Flower-MAN instead of a flower girl – a hilarious new trend we hope.
Tiffany wore a beautiful, fitted dress with stunning lace details on the arms and train. The pink Peony in her bouquet are extremely rare and only in season in October and November our amazing vendor Seven Blooms Casuarina always finding ways to add those extra special touches!
The ceremony was fun and light-hearted reflecting the couple beautifully. The vows were so moving even our seasons Celebrant was evening crying!
Despite the weather warnings we ended up having perfect weather all day (on a side note, don’t use the iPhone weather as it is inaccurate for our region, you are best to check out the BOM radar on your wedding day).
Styling Hire @blissandwillow
Caitlin wore a Cinderella inspired blue dress with to-die-for blue velvet heels! Her flowers, by @sevenbloomscasuarina, created a dramatic contrast using bright blooms in pink, peach and purples. Celebrant Leisa from @ceremoniesbyleisa ensured everyone was properly sanitised during the signing of the official paperwork, using a nearby rock as the official signing table. Anthony looking pretty happy with his new wife giving everyone the two thumbs up after signing.
As the sunset, Caitlin and Anthony added a personal touch to their wedding day photos Anthony brought his fishing rod along to use in some of the portraits as an inside joke with Caitlin, as he is always ‘Gone Fishing’. Personal touches like these are a fun addition to more traditional wedding images, especially when you have a beautiful backdrop such as those found in Byron Bay and the southern Gold Coast.
Wedding Planner @luxeelopements_byronbay
Hair + Makeup @lady_bella_australia