Having a wedding in Melbourne and stuck for wedding inspiration? Here are 5 of our favourite Melbourne weddings featured in our Real Weddings section, complete with what suppliers the newlyweds used so you can create something just as incredible for your big day!
“On the last hour, due to rain, the wedding ceremony was moved from garden to deck,” says the bride. “We love being outdoors in nature and wanted to invite that into the wedding, with elements of floral, as well as hints of Dolce and Gabbana’s iconic style, with colours such as gold, white and green integrated throughout the day.”‘
Tori wore a couture gown created with a matte 3D Chanel lace sourced from France via Melbourne’s d’Italia.
Photographed and filmed by The White Tree, Isabelle and Nick wed in front of 108 family and friends at Stones of the Yarra Valley. After their ceremony in the chapel, the celebrations continued in the modern-style barn.
“We were surrounded by vines and a cute chapel and Tuscan-like buildings. It was truly a fairy tale,” Isabelle says.
Isabelle and Nick’s ceremony was officiated by Celebrant Kate, and Isabelle carried a bouquet created by Blooming Brides.
Isabelle’s bridesmaids wore uniformed bridesmaid dress from Fame & Partners.
Photographed by Dijana Risteska and filmed by CineStyle Studio, Tanique and Shane exchanged vows at their modern wedding held at Mon Bijou in Melbourne’s Flinders Lane. 75 family and friends headed to the glamorous penthouse venue that took in spectacular views of the city skyline.
“Our wedding day was magical and we loved every minute,” Tanique says. “It was stylish and sleek with a pop of glam, and the reception was a non-stop party.”
Melbourne’s trendy laneways provided some perfect locations for the wedding photos.
And their three-tiered cake was a Nikos Cakes creation.
Photographed by Studio 477 Photographic Art and videoed by Allure Productions, Dani and John married among 210 guests. The grand soiree took place at the Regent Theatre Plaza Ballroom in Melbourne’s CBD, and embodied pure elegance through and through.
“It was a lavish display of cascading white phalenonopsis orchids and trailing stephanotis vine with bloom – all bound with ivory satin ribbon,” Dani describes of her bouquet by Decor It Events.
At the end of the night, Dani and John said a farewell to their guests on a horse and carriage, which took them for a midnight stroll through the CBD before taking them to Grand Hyatt Melbourne.
Photographed by Russell Borrett Photography, Chenelle and Leigh’s traditional ceremony took place at Toorak Uniting Church, followed by a reception at Linely Estate. The venue was decorated by The Centrepiece & Decor Company with crystal, florals, and the colour was navy – fitting for the autumn celebration.
The bride describes their union as ‘authentic, traditional, elegant and most of all, fun.”