Sarah and Joshua pull out the stops for bohemian wedding

Wedding: 14/04/2019

Posted by Roya | 9 October, 2019

Lovers of the great outdoors, it was a no brainer for Sarah and Joshua to host their bohemian wedding on Sarah’s private family farm in country Victoria.

The aim was to create a party that was unique, fun, relaxed, stylish and, most of all, personal. “We needed our wedding to be the best representation of us we could create, and according to the feedback we did a perfect job,” says the bride.

Surrounded by guests seated on hay bales, Sarah and Joshua exchanged vows beneath beautiful native Australia trees on April 14, 2019. Guests were then treated to festival vibes complete with giant tipis, festoon lighting, live music, lawn games, a grazing table, drinks from a caravan bar, a huge donut wall and piping hot Paella.

Guests who opted to stay the night were provided glamping tents for accommodation and a hot breakfast the next morning to cure their sore heads.

“The feedback from guests, suppliers and everyone involved has been beyond incredible. The amount of people telling us it was the best wedding they have ever attended has been mind blowing,” smiles Sarah.

Photos courtesy of Carmen Bunting.

Sarah wore a Grace Loves Lace design to fit the bohemian vibe.

Elderberry Event Hire was responsible for ensuring everyone had somewhere comfortable and warm to sit when night fell and the Ballarat chill set in.

Photographer Carmen Bunting ensured all intimate moments were caught on camera.

Blackbird Cakes created the couple’s two-tier naked cake.

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Photos courtesy of Carmen Bunting.