Love at first swipe: Sarah and Andrew’s luxury winery wedding


Posted by Keira | 24 January, 2020

Like many modern-day couples, Sarah and Andrew matched on Tinder and he said: “I have to take this girl out on a date!” when he came across her profile.

“Six weeks later we bought our first apartment together and nine months later he proposed by waking me up on a Sunday morning holding our six-month-old kitten in his hands with a ring around her collar,” says Sarah of her whirlwind romance.

“We married less than a year later at Immerse Winery in Yarra Valley with 115 guests which were our family and closest friends.”

The Melbourne pair made sure everyone in their wedding party, as well as every guest, was looked after. “The pro golfers (Andrew is a professional golf coach) were given personalised golf balls in acrylic boxes and all the other guests went home with a personalised handmade candle. No details were missed at the wedding, from custom cuff links for the men, survival pack for each bridal party member as well as survival packs for every guest.”

“Andrew and I adore one another, we organised the entire wedding together, from creating the decor to spending four months learning our choreographed dance routine. Every single guest raved about our wedding being the best they’ve ever attended!” smiles the bride.

Photos courtesy of Aria Photography.

The creative bride styled the entire reception and ceremony with her own decorations, including hand-painted gold lanterns.

Immerse Winery Yarra Valley was fantastic. Such a beautiful venue which every guest raved about!” praises Sarah of their wedding venue.

In the Booth provided fun instant photo print-outs for the wedding guests.

Award-winning florist Debbie O’Neill Freelance Designs created the beautiful white roses and green foliage flower bouquets for the bridal party.

The bride and groom, as well as the entire wedding party, found their perfect suit and dress at Ferrari Formalwear and Bridal.

No detail was spared – guests were offered blankets if they get cold for the October wedding.

Lily Road Band kept the guests on the dancefloor with their rocking live music.

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Photos courtesy of Aria Photography.