Having a wedding in Sydney and stuck for wedding inspiration? Here are 5 of our favourite Sydney 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!
Photographed by Daniel Griffiths, Hine and Cameron said ‘I do’ at the Royal Botanic Gardens witnessed by 107 family and friends. Their guests were then treated to a reception at five-star hotel Pier One Sydney with incredible views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Lunar Park.
“I am truly a lucky girl,” says Hine. “It was an amazing wedding in an amazing city.”
Simona Janek Wedding Hair & Makeup had previously done a friend of Hine’s makeup for her own wedding – so Hine knew she had to use her, too!
Hine wore an incredible Galia Lavah design, purchased from Eternal Bridal. “I wanted something very glamorous with lots of intricate beading and lace,” she explains.
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Captured by photographer Alex Marks, Amy and Alessio married at their beachfront wedding in the presence of 192 guets. Their ceremony at St Patrick’s Church Manly was followed by a reception at Orso Bayside Reception at The Spit Mosman.
“Across the road was perfect for photos and the balcony at Orso was so great for people to look out at the water and boats, and just hang out outside,” explains Amy.
Amy’s Rosa Clara gown purchased from Marry Me Bridal reflected the beachfront style with shoestring straps, a low-cut back, and a veil in her tousled wavy hair.
WOW LImousines provided a limo for the day, and a family friend chauffeured the couple in his sporty convertible.
Guests could entertain themselves at Amy and Alessio’s reception with In The Booth’s photobooth and props.
Amy and Alessio spent their first night as man and wife at Park Hyatt Sydney.
Captured by photographer Karen Gilver, Jess and Mark wed at their ceremony at Mosman Art Gallery, followed by a reception at Dockside Darling Harbour with 135 guests.
The pair kept the formalities to a minimum, instead focusing on making the day about their love. “We strayed away from some tradtioins as we did not have a bouquet toss or the garter toss,” Jess says. “We just wanted everyone to enjoy the night. It almost felt just like a big party.”
Jess’s classic slimline gown with fishtail train was found at Brides of Beecroft.
And Luxury Wedding Cars provided the professional wedding transport for the big day.
Captured by Dan Luke Photography and filmed by Phil Wittmer Cinematography, Mary and Ben wed in the presence of 300 guests at their Summer Hill Anglican Church in NSW. The party then kicked on afterwards at a beautiful reception at Grand Paradiso.
Ben and his six groomsmen looked incredibly handsome in their suits by Ferrari Formalwear.
7th Heaven Wedding Cars provided the official wedding transport for the day, with a classic car for the ceremony and a hummer for afterwards!
The pair then spent their first night as man and wife at Shangri La Hotel Sydney.
Captured by Gui Jorge Photography, Chanel and James married beneath a statement arch at their luxe bohemian wedding in the presence of 180 guests and celebrant Melissa Soncini. The outdoor ceremony at The Column Garden, Centennial Parklands, was followed by a gorgeous indoor reception styled at the InterContinental Double Bay.
Chanele Rose Flowers & Styling transformed the reception space with stunning floral arrangements which included fresh white orchids, green foliage, and Moroccan lanterns.
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