Planning a wedding in the Hunter Valley region and stuck for inspiration? Here are 5 of our favourite Hunter Valley 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!
Captured by Trent Callaghan Photography and filmed by Marry Me Movies, Rebecca and James married with 76 guests at Tuscany Wine Estate in Pokolbin, NSW. Their rustic wedding vision was bought to life with the help of Affections Wedding & Event Hire.
Though Rebecca found her dream wedding dress at Sweethearts Bridal Boutique, she chose to wear her old cowboy boots hidden beneath her dress!
Their weekend affair kicked off on a Thursday and finished on a Monday, with the wedding on the Saturday evening. “We still have people talking about the wedding, not just because it was a wedding, but the fact that everyone mingled young and old,” says Rebecca. “We also had a surprise for our guests to end a magnificent day with a display of fireworks by Aurora Fireworks.”
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The pair had seven bridesmaids and seven groomsmen, making for some amazing wedding photos!
Rebecca’s gorgeous bridal updo and makeup was created by Zen Hair Skin Body.
James and his groomsmen paired dress pants and shirts with suspenders from Man To Man formal wear for a classic country feel.
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“We got marred on our nine-year anniversary – it was definitely a day we will never forget,” recalls Kira.
The Sydney couple and their guest then partied into the night at Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley.
Project Cake designed the most mouth-watering dessert bar and wedding cake which included chocolate mud, banana mud, and caramel mud tiers.
Captured by Kat Stanley photography, Megan and Joshua wed before 44 family and friends on their six-year anniversary at Hunter Valley Gardens.
“As Dad and I arrived in the gardens the rain came down. I walked down the aisle in the rain – a moment I’ll never forget with both hubby and I smiling from ear to ear with so much excitement!”
The celebrations continued at the Crown Plaza Hunter Valley, which added an elegant touch to the low-key celebrations.
“Our day was perfect in every way and it wouldn’t have been the same without our beautiful family and friends,” Megan says.
Josh wore a three-piece Zenetti suit from Ferrari Formalwear and Bridal, while Megan tried on more than 60 gowns before finding her perfect wedding dress!
The couple exchanged wedding rings purchased from Michael Hill.
Megan’s gorgeous bridal updo was created by Zen Hair Skin Body.
Dollface Garage provided the classic wedding transport for the day.
“To finally call Josh my husband after six years together was the best feeling in the world,” says Megan.
Captured by photographer Sail Me to the Moon, Mel and Brendan wed before 100 family and friends at The Oasis, a property set on five acres of melaleuca rainforest.
“Our celebrant, who is also a muso, sang as I walked down the aisle,” Mel recalls. “We exchanged vows we had written ourselves and had a friend read a poem that she had written for us.”
While the bridal party headed off in a stretch Kombi, courtesy of Kruisin Kombis, guests enjoyed a feasting table, drinks served from a vintage caravan, and live music.
Mel’s bridesmaids wore gorgeous bridesmaid dresses – all different styles – purchased from White Runway.
Brendan and his groomsmen wore navy suit pants, suspenders, and an electric tie – all from Roger David.
The pair’s flower girl wore the cutest outfit from Ollie’s Place Kidswear.
“I have no regrets,” Mel says. “Everyone says the day goes so quickly, but for me it didn’t. I relaxed, enjoyed, and soaked up every moment.”
Captured by Nicholas Joel Photography, Sydney couple Stephanie and Matt wed before 130 guests at their rustic vineyard wedding at Ironbark Hill Vineyard in Pokolbin, NSW.
A polaroid station, coffee van, a post box as a guest voox, cigar and whiskey bar, and personalised notes to each guests creted the individual touch the couple were after.
“We went above and beyond to ensure that every guest understood what they meant to us and how grateful we were that they were in our lives,” Stephanie says.
Princess Classic Cars provided the vintage transport for the special day.
Stephanie’s gorgeous bridal makeup look was created by Chic Artistry.
Stephanie and Matt spent their first night as husband and wife at Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley.
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