Sara and Dan were looking for a ceremony venue with a casual relaxed feel and certainly something that was not traditional and where they could personalise their big day.They also wanted to find somewhere that would allow them to install their bar, which had sentimental value to them, to use after the ceremony. We were, of course, more than happy to oblige.
Whilst many of the traditional rules around wedding dresses are relaxing, it is unusual to see anything too different, but Sara and Dan certainly took the opportunity to be bold and break the “rules.”Sara wore a long bright orange dress with a bold print. She looked stunning, owning the look completely. The guys went for a casual look of denim jeans with black velvet jackets. Again, non-traditional but entirely appropriate.
All members of the bridal party including the men carried bunches of exotic florals, made up of stunning tropical flowers and providing a real wow factor to the day. Their unique shapes and bold colour certainly complimented Sara’s dress and set off the day perfectly.
The group had lots of fun getting some great photos in the garden. Some were funny, some just gorgeous, but all creating lasting memories of their wedding day.
After the ceremony everyone gathered around the bar for drinks and refreshments before continuing the celebrations at the Burrawang General Store Café just a 5 mins drive away from the garden.
We wish Sara and Dan all the best for their future together and encourage them to continue breaking the rules and letting their personalities shine.